How To Make Bone Broth

How To Make Bone Broth

How to make bone broth

Whenever I roast a chicken I save the bones to make homemade bone broth which I then either drink straight, use in place of stock or any other of a number of delicious dishes. (Click here for 10 ways to get your kids to consume bone broth.)

Call this bone broth 101 or how to prepare bone broth, in this post you’ll learn all you need to know to make nourishing bone broth for yourself and your family.

Save all the bones from a roast chicken, or go to your local butcher and get yourself some soup bones. Place all of the bones into a large pot.

How to make bone broth 101

Cover the bones with water and prepare your vegetables.

How to prepare bone broth

Chop up vegetables for your bone broth, to enrich your broth with vitamins, minerals and flavour. Choose from any or all of the following:

  • Carrots
  • Onions
  • Garlic Cloves
  • Celery

Add the vegetables to the bones along with salt and pepper to taste.

How to make chicken bone broth

Mix in 1-2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar.

Place the pot onto the stove top and bring up to the boil.

Once boiling, lower to a simmer, cover and cook for at least a couple of hours. The longer the bone broth cooks for, the more minerals will be released into the broth. Cook until done to your liking.

Once cool, strain the broth into mason jars, a pot or another vessel until needed.

You can drink a mug (or bowl) full of broth as a side for a meal or use it in place of stock.

How To Make Bone Broth Video Tutorial

Watch the video to see how the bone broth is prepare, step by step:

Over to you – got any bone broth making tips to share? I’d love to hear your thoughts.

How To Make Bone Broth Recipe and Video Tutorial

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