Get ready for the best news of your life: There are definitely health benefits to eating ramen — when you make it with fresh ingredients and combine it with a collagen-rich, wholesome bone broth, that is. (via Project Meal Plan)
There are many ways to get in the extra nutrition broth offers. Replace water when cooking your grains and pasta and poaching eggs. Use to steam veggies, freeze it into ice cubes and use them in place on any liquid for a savory dish. Great when used as a base for soups, stews, gravies and sauces! And of course it is always perfect simply sipping from a mug! Sometimes we toss a few thin slices of fresh jalapeno or ginger. It’s a good idea to incorporate as much of it in your diet as possible to reap the benefits and that’s why you need a variety of ways to use it up besides just sipping on it. Here are some of our favorites!
Can you think of anything more nourishing than oatmeal made with bone broth? That’s exactly what this is, and it’s just as comforting as it sounds. If you’re looking for what to do with bone broth, don’t skip over this recipe!
This classic risotto is simmered in bone broth, which infuses the rice with an extra punch of savory flavor. Also in this savor-worthy dish: peas, parsley, shallots, white wine, and garlic. For extra umami goodness, buy varietal organic mushrooms fresh from Hazel Dell!
Ever wonder how restaurants get their enchiladas to be SO moist and flavorful? The secret is bone broth. Now you can DIY this insanely good dish at home with Boulder Broth’s Pastured Chicken Bone Broth.
For an Asian-inspired meal, check this egg drop soup with greens and shiitake mushrooms. It can be made with our chicken or beef bone broths. Vietnamese beef pho or Thai Tom Kha Gai are also tasty choices for using up the bone broth.
While traditional Thanksgiving stuffing isn’t something you’d consider the healthiest item on the menu, it can be nutrient-dense and beneficial. This innovative, gluten-free stuffing from Kitchen With Broth uses bone broth as an integral ingredient, making it very tasty and gut-friendly.
A Thanksgiving classic just got a little healthier with this recipe from Raising Generation Nourished. This 5-minute gravy with bone broth contains collagen – one of the many beneficial elements which will help to heal your body and gut. Not to mention, it tastes delicious.
Marinade!This bone broth marinated chicken from Bare Bones Broth Co. packs an entire day’s worth of protein into one meal, as well as many other nutrients (like B vitamins, selenium and choline). Pair it with some green vegetables like kale or spinach, to round out a great meal.
How to make a delicious bone broth, with or without our kit.