Try to say that 5 times real fast, “Easy Beef Bone Broth Base”, and I bet you get tongue tied. But, having a good broth on hand will not only enhance the flavor of the food, it will nourish and strengthen your body more. There are so many healthy benefits to consuming homemade bone broth, I’m not even going to get into it. Just know that many recipes, that call for water, are usually getting replaced with broth or stock because Chefs know how much more body and flavor a dish has when its prepared with it. But there are many different ways Beef Broth can be prepared because so many different cultures use different seasoning and spice, so I’m just going to show you how to make a good base.
Raw or Roasted Beef Bone Broth
If you’re going to make a real good Beef Bone Broth, you really need a good balance between both Raw and Roasted beef bones. The Raw bones provide more nutrients and the roasted beef bones provide more flavor. Either way, the body will benefit from the minerals and compounds that support your immune system. The collagen alone heals your stomach lining and reduces inflammation in the intestine. And if you want even more flavor, you can roast the vegetables, beforehand, as well. The Roasted Beef Bones come from the Bone Marrow recipe I filmed and posted last week. So if you want to know how to cook the bones, take a look at that HERE!
Seasoning Beef Bone Broth
As I mentioned before, this Beef Bone Broth recipe is just the very base of Beef Broth. I’ve completely left out the seasoning because I don’t know what you’re making and I don’t know what herbs and spices you need to make your dish. Some cultures add ginger or turmeric and some add other herbs and spices or both. Just know that this base is the best start that anyone can offer and you can season your broth to your specific needs and tastes. This broth can be refrigerated for several days or several months if you freeze it.
Beef Bone Broth Ingredients:
5 lbs Beef Bones, roasted
2 Gallons Water, more as needed
1 bunch Parsley
Salt and Pepper to taste and add other ingredients to suit your specific recipe needs.