The real question is why NOT bone broth? There are so many healthy benefits to this recipe and if you don’t have it in your diet, you should! I’m learning more and more how important it is to start from within and know that what your putting into your body is a direct reflection to how you look and feel on the outside. Plus, it’s very quick to make in the Instant Pot i’ve been hounding you ladies about. Grab it here on sale and read more about all the healthy benefits of bone broth I’ve listed below!
#1 Bone Broth is great for your joints
#2 Heals and seals your gut
#3 Makes you look younger
#4 Nutrients in bone broth are easily absorbed
#5 Supports a strong immune system
#6 Great source of energy
#7 Calms the mind and promotes better sleep
#8 Promotes strong bones and nails
#9 Cheap whole food supplement
#10 Bone broth is versatile
- 3 lbs beef bones (ask your butcher)
- 1 tbs olive oil
- 1 white onion, quartered
- 2 stalks celery, halved, leaves and all
- 2- 3 jalapeno peppers, stems removed and halved, seeds and all
- 1 large carrot. rough chopped
- 2 garlic cloves, rough chopped
- 1 tbs tumeric powder
- 2 tbs whole peppercorns
- 1 tbs apple cider vinegar
- Set your instapot to the sautee high setting.
- Add olive oil and beef bones. Moving around every so often until a bit browned, about 5 minutes.
- Remove bones and set aside.
- Add onion, celery, jalapenos, carrot and garlic. Sautee until vegetables slightly soften.
- Add tumeric, apple cider vinegar and peppercorns.
- Fill water to max line on inside of instapot and add the bones back in.
- Lock and set Instapot high pressure setting and set time for 2 hours.
- Allow a natural steam release, don't open the vent manually. Let the unit cool. This could take up to an hour. Making total cook time about 3 hours.
- Once cooled down, strain broth into a large bowl or pitcher. Discard bones, vegetables etc..
- Pour broth into fat separator. Discard extra fat, and reserve broth. Store into airtight serving size containers.