Turkey Bone Broth
In a Mealthy MultiPot
Hi Sweet Friends,
Well, I finally jumped in with both feet and decided to make bone broth—Turkey Bone Broth to be exact—in a pressure cooker. In my case, it’s the Mealthy MultiPot.
So what do I think?
It may take less time than my slow cooker, but it also makes a smaller amount of broth. I’m OK with that if the broth comes out gelatinous. And did it? Watch the Turkey Bone Broth video to find out! 😉
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