Beef Bone Broth Recipe Posted on June 16, 2015

Beef Bone Broth Recipe - An Apple a Day

 
If you’re wondering whether or not bone broth is for you, you can read all about the benefits of this incredible food here. Whilst the recipe for chicken bone broth is oh so delicious, beef (or lamb) broth is also a wonderful option (and just as simple). 

Kitchen Utensils Required:

  • A large pot to set on the stove top for 24 hours OR a slow cooker (this is what I use)
  • A sharp knife
  • A breadboard

FYI: One of my friends have used a pressure cooker before however, I’m yet to give it a whirl, so unfortunately I can’t help you there (yet). 

A few tips before you get started: 

I can’t stress how important it is to ensure your bones are at least grass-fed (and organic where possible). You can read all about the types of bones required here.


Beef Bone Broth Recipe 


Prep time: 10 Min      Cook time: 8 Hr      Serves: 10 Min


Ingredients:

  • 500g Grass-Fed Beef Bones
  • 3 carrots, chopped
  • 2 brown onions, peeled and chopped
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • Filtered water
  • 1/4 cup vinegar
  • Himalayan Rock Salt to taste

Instructions:

  1. Place the bones into your slow cooker or pot on the stove top with the vinegar and cover with water. Let stand for 30 minutes.
  2. Add vegetables and bring the broth to boil. Remove scum that rises to the top. Reduce heat, cover and simmer on stove top for at least 8-24 hours or longer. The longer you cook the stock, the richer and more flavoursome it will become.
  3. Strain the stock into a large bowl; add salt and place in your refrigerator until fat rises to the top and sets. Skim off this fat (I use it for cooking). Divide remaining stock into containers to freeze or eat (serve hot)

How to Use Bone Broth

There are so many incredible ways to incorporate bone broth into your everyday life. To help you get started, I’ve written a full blog post on it here

How to Store Bone Broth 

I use the smallest (purple) containers of the Decor Glass Match-Ups range to store our broth in the freezer. We pull one out as required. I use these glass storage containers (freezer safe) to avoid exposure to BPA, BPS and other dangerous chemicals, you can read about these here.

 

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Written by Alyse Co-cliff

Alyse Co-cliff

Founder of An Apple a Day Blog, Holistic health coach, Speaker and Passionate Whole-Foodie committed to helping others nourish their body from the inside out.
"It's all about simple, effective nutritional advice and real time solutions for the busy individual. Good health doesn't have to be hard work" Alyse x



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