Does anyone know how to cook this?


(Edith) #1

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(Vladaar Malane) #2

Never done it, but I would think it’s gonna be a stew, or soup?

Instapot or croc pot?


#3

I don’t know how familiar you are with Filipino foods but there is a soup called sinigang (spelling?) that those reminded me of. Not really the same but close enough to start your search.


(Stephanie ) #4

I have always added them to stews in a crockpot. I like to get some roast or steak and dice it, throw in some veggies, beef broth, seasonings, and add the marrow bones. Mmmm yummy!


#5

I’ve only seen people put them in soups and broths for the flavor. I stuck them in a beef broth once, definitely seemed to add more flavor to it. I used that to help beef flavor some fried cauli rice I used to make a lot. Seeing that package is funny because when I bought it, it was also at Giant, I don’t usually shop there but my 6yo loves to go there so he can corner the aisle robot and make it go around him… lol.


(Edith) #6

That’s where I bought them.


(Edith) #7

Hum… maybe I can add them to the pot when I cook pot roast .


(Bob M) #8

I thought the carnivores just put them in the oven, took them out, and ate them?


(Edith) #9

I tried that the last and only time I made them. Most of the fat ended up rendering out. These ones are only about 1 - 1.5 inches thick. I was wondering if there might be another way for the thinner cut bones. It could be that I cooked them too long.

I also thought about frying them up in a pan. :thinking:


(Bob M) #10

The frying might work.

Let us know, as I have some frozen ones at home.


(A fool and his bacon are soon parted) #11

We use them for making bone broth. Twenty-four hours in a slow cooker with plenty of liquid usually gets the marrow to start breaking down, so you get the minerals into the broth.


(traci simpson) #12

I heard that you can put them in the oven on a low temp until the marrow has softened. Then scoop it out, mix it with butter and use it as a spread!


(Edith) #13

Oooooo, I like that idea except for the butter part.