Cooking With Bone Broth to improve the nutritional value and flavour of your favourite dishes such as soups and stew, risottos, stir fries and your favourite dinner dishes.
Our powder bone broths can also be added to smoothies, after dissolving in a little hot water first. The beetroot bone broth is great for that energy boost to help you train harder and run faster and the mushroom bone broth is even better for those cold winter days.
Easy Tomato Soup Recipe
- A handful of olives finally chopped (these will add the saltiness tomatoes need)
Roast all the tomatoes and leek for 30 minutes to increase the flavour. Then add to a pot with the bone broth and bring to the boil. Blitz till smooth, sprinkle with the chopped olives and basil leaves and enjoy with a slice your favourite bread.
- 1 tbs extra virgin olive oil
- 1 cauliflower (we used chinese cauliflower in our pic because it's do pretty)
- 1 pinch of smoked paprika
- Sea salt and pepper to taste
Add vegetables, mint and paprika and one of our Broths. Bring to the boil then simmer for 30 minutes until tender and blend until smooth and serve. Sprinkle with a your favourite cheese and serve with some crusty bread.
Beetroot and Sweet Potato Soup
- 1 cup of pasata or 1 tablespoon of tomato paste
- 2 medium purple sweet potato
- 500ml Broth & Co Chicken or Beef Bone Broth
Heat some olive oil and cook the onion until translucent. Add the pasata first and then the vegetables and Melbourne Bone Broth and a little water to cover all the ingredients. Bring to the boil, reduce heat and simmer until the root vegetables are soft - you can hasten the process by chopping them up. Blend until smooth and Enjoy!
Make your own Bone Broth recipe...
Making bone broth at home is so easy and satisfying we recommend it. Infact that is how we started Broth & Co in Melbourne, we were consuming so much of the stuff that we ran out and bought the biggest pots we could find. We literally became the broth family because we would offer bone broth to visitors before coffee or tea.
The problem was that it can be a little messy and time consuming and the funniest part was we would often make so much that we would run out of room in the fridge for anything else. Hope you enjoy the process!
- 2kg grass fed beef bones with marrow, you should have your butcher saw these in half to expose the marrow and knuckle bones for all that great cartilage or free range chicken bones including chicken wings and feet if you dare
- 2 celery stalks, with leaves
- 1/2 a cup raw apple cider vinegar
- 1 teaspoons of ginger powder
- 1/2 a teaspoon of turmeric powder
- 1/2 a teaspoon of ground black pepper
- 1/2 a small bunch of parsley
1. Preheat the oven and roast the bones for 30 minutes
2. Place bones, vegetables and all other ingredients into a stock pot, add water until bones are submerged and allow to come to the boil. At this point skim the surface.
3. Reduce the heat and allow the pot to simmer gently for 24 hours. ( this can be done in a slow cooker if you are afraid to leave the gas on overnight)
4. Remove from heat and allow to come to room temperature, strain the liquid and discard all the other ingredients.
5. Your bone broth is now ready to consume.
We like it with a squeeze of lemon or a pinch of chilli and adding it to our casseroles and sir fries just amps up the nutrition and flavour.
6. What is not consumed within 5 days can be frozen and used later.
For more recipes, head on over to our Recipe page!
Ways To Store Bone Broth
If you are making you bone broth at home you can keep it in a fridge for about 3-5 days or in the freezer for up to 6 months. Our liquid bone broths are shelf stable, once opened store as above. Always use a clean spoon when dishing out our powder broths to keep the pouch clean and help the powders last longer.
Healthy high quality Australian made Bone Broth lovingly made by Melbourne based husband & wife team, with over 25 years experience in the nutrition & fitness industry.
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