Learn How To Make Beef Bone Broth
Hi Sweet Friends,
In this video I share how to make a wonderfully gelatinous Beef Bone Broth. You may recall, in my last blog post, I shared with you how I make Roast Chicken Bone Broth from the scraps left over after making a Roast Chicken. And although I love my Roast Chicken Bone Broth – when it comes to bone broths – Beef Bone Broth is the real jewel in the crown. It is so tasty on it’s own sprinkled with a bit of sea salt, but also makes a great base for soups, stews, and gravies. And in this video, I let you in on a little secret…which are the best bones to use to get the most gelatinous broth!!
Finding the Best Bones
To find a nice selection of beef bones check your local grocery store, the farmer’s market or online sources like US Wellness Meats. You might even be lucky enough to be able to buy beef bones from a local ranch or farm. After you source your bones, the rest is easy. You’ll need a few aromatics as listed in the ingredients below, but you can certainly use any onion, carrot, or celery scraps you have saved in your freezer, as opposed to using fresh vegetables.
A Slow Cooker Makes the Job a Breeze
Once you make Beef Bone Broth, you’ll want to make sure you always have a regular supply on hand. And this recipe makes that easy to do since you can use a slow cooker…and it only needs to simmer for 12 hours to create a nutritious gelatinous broth.
But don’t worry, if you do not own a slow cooker, you can still make Beef Bone Broth right on your stove-top using a stock pot.
Be sure to watch the video to learn more!! 🙂Love,
You can print the recipe below.
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