Lamb bone broth is one of those foods that is gaining increasing popularity recently. This broth, made from lamb bones, is not only extremely tasty, but it is also very good for you. At Pasture to Plate, we are here to tell you a little more about this delicious liquid that can be eaten simply on its own, or used as a base for soups and stews.
Bone broth is said to have healing qualities and contains lots of great nutrients. Bone broth contains collagen, marrow, protein, calcium, and amino acids. This has caught the attention of health food enthusiasts, who are now promoting bone broth as a superfood.
The great thing about lamb bone broth is that it is very easy to make; it is a dish that you really just leave to simmer in a slow cooker and then go about your day. To make bone broth, leave lamb bones, some lamb meat, herbs and some vegetables like onions and carrots simmer in a slow cooker for 12 to 24 hours. This lets the gelatin come from the joints and makes sure that all of the nutrients and flavours are infused in the broth.
Lamb bone broth can be consumed on its own. Try adding a little bit of salt and pepper to enhance the flavour. It can be used as a base for soups, stews, and sauces. This is an easy way to consume extra protein and nutrients.
Another huge benefit of lamb bone broth is that it is an environmentally friendly product and it helps prevent food waste. It uses the lamb bones that you would otherwise not eat, yet are full of amazing nutrients. Why throw away something so great beneficial? That is the beauty of lamb bone broth.
We encourage you to use organic lamb when you make lamb bone broth. It is healthier, tastier and contains nothing but pure pasture-fed lamb, not the chemicals and pharmaceuticals that you would find in some mass-produced meat.So, next time you buy some lamb from our Pasture to Plate store, save the bones and make lamb bone broth.