Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12
Results 11 to 15 of 15

Thread: What do you do with xmas turkey? page 2

  1. #11
    Belforte's Avatar
    Belforte is offline Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Location
    Naples (ITA), Melbourne (AUS)
    Posts
    259
    Primal Blueprint Expert Certification
    Turkey+brie+cranberry sauce wrapped in a lettuce leaf.

    As I was sorting out left overs I noticed some beautiful gelatine at the bottom of the serving dish, so I have scooped that up added some boiling water and salt and drank that. Lazy broth.
    Life. Be in it.

  2. #12
    namelesswonder's Avatar
    namelesswonder is online now Moderator
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    MA, USA
    Posts
    12,208
    Quote Originally Posted by Belforte View Post
    Lazy broth.
    Ugh, that sounds amazing. I wish we'd had turkey so I could do this.
    Journal on depression/anxiety
    Currently trying to figure out WTF to eat (for IBS-C).

  3. #13
    cariboo87's Avatar
    cariboo87 is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2011
    Posts
    27
    Quote Originally Posted by namelesswonder View Post
    Ugh, that sounds amazing. I wish we'd had turkey so I could do this.
    how does one make a paleo broth?

  4. #14
    namelesswonder's Avatar
    namelesswonder is online now Moderator
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    MA, USA
    Posts
    12,208
    Quote Originally Posted by cariboo87 View Post
    how does one make a paleo broth?
    Basic bone broth: put bones of some kind of animal in a stock pot, fill with water, keep on low heat for extended period of time. Add a little apple cider vinegar to break the bones down a bit.

    You can add veggies to make it a stock, but all the solids get filtered out after (with cheese cloth). Some people roast the bones first for flavor, especially if you're using something with tasty marrow (like large beef bones). You can keep it really simple, or basically cook a soup for a long period of time, until all the nutrients from the solids have been extracted into the broth. Seasoning is optional, but I always add salt. Saving pan drippings is also a great addition to a broth stock, which is basically what Belforte was talking about.

    With a pressure cooker: Quick Pressure Cooker Bone Broth | Award-Winning Paleo Recipes | Nom Nom Paleo
    Journal on depression/anxiety
    Currently trying to figure out WTF to eat (for IBS-C).

  5. #15
    cariboo87's Avatar
    cariboo87 is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2011
    Posts
    27
    Quote Originally Posted by namelesswonder View Post
    Basic bone broth: put bones of some kind of animal in a stock pot, fill with water, keep on low heat for extended period of time. Add a little apple cider vinegar to break the bones down a bit.

    You can add veggies to make it a stock, but all the solids get filtered out after (with cheese cloth). Some people roast the bones first for flavor, especially if you're using something with tasty marrow (like large beef bones). You can keep it really simple, or basically cook a soup for a long period of time, until all the nutrients from the solids have been extracted into the broth. Seasoning is optional, but I always add salt. Saving pan drippings is also a great addition to a broth stock, which is basically what Belforte was talking about.

    With a pressure cooker: Quick Pressure Cooker Bone Broth | Award-Winning Paleo Recipes | Nom Nom Paleo
    awesome thank you very much for that!!!!!

Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •