Roasted Beef Bone Broth is a recipe everyone should have in their back pocket. It is deliciously rich, and makes other recipes that much better!Jump to Recipe
OK, I’ll admit it. A broth recipe isn’t very sexy. However, it will be one of those recipes that you are glad to have. You will make this again and again! At least I hope you will. We use chicken broth a lot, but there are certain recipes that just beg for beef broth instead, making them richer and more delicious.
As an example of its usefulness, here are a few of my recipes that call for beef bone broth:
There will also be a new recipe coming soon that employs beef broth, and please believe me when I say that you’ll want the good stuff! 🙂
Don’t let anyone tell you that making beef broth is difficult! It does take a long time to cook (hey, the very best things in life take time!), but it is much easier than chicken broth, IMO.
Freezing bone broth
Because I am your friend, I am going to save you a giant disappointment when it comes to freezing broth. I have frozen broth incorrectly, resulting in cracked jars, and weeping and gnashing of teeth over lost precious bone broth. Do not, under any circumstances, freeze your broth in narrow-mouthed jars, even if you leave head space. Please avoid my fate.
You truly need freezer safe wide mouth jars. You can use the typical metal tops, but it’s convenient to have screw top lids. Of course, you could use plastic containers. I just prefer glass – for so many reasons.
Make yourself some nourishing beef bone broth, and see if it makes your beef recipes yummier.
Wishing you healing and happiness!
Roasted Beef Bone BrothCourse: SoupsCuisine: AIP, PaleoDifficulty: Easy
Roasted Beef Bone Broth is a recipe everyone should have in their back pocket. It is deliciously rich, and makes other recipes that much better!
2 lbs. beef soup bones (ribs, etc.)
1 onion, sliced
5 cloves garlic, smashed
1 tsp sea salt + more for sprinkling
1 bay leaf
1 carrot, roughly chopped
1 stalk celery, roughly chopped
8 cups water
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Place beef bones, onions, and garlic on a parchment- or silicone mat– lined roasting sheet. Sprinkle salt over all. Bake for 40 minutes.
- Dump everything from the roasting tray into a slow cooker. Add 1 teaspoon salt and the rest of the ingredients. Cook on low for 12 hours.
- Remove bones. (If your bones have any meat on them, you may want to remove it and save for another use.) Strain the rest through a fine seive. Pour broth into containers to store in the refrigerator. Alternately, freeze in freezer safe wide mouth jars.
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