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Homemade Beef Stock

Homemade Beef Stock created by Sandi From CA

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3hrs 40mins
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  • Roast the beef bones at 350° Fahrenheit for 40 minutes.
  • Saute the onions in a little oil until they are all turning brown.
  • Combine all ingredients and simmer on low heat for at least 3 hours (may be cooked in a crockpot also).
  • After 3 hours, taste and adjust seasonings if desired.
  • Continue cooking on low heat, if desired – the longer you cook, the stronger the flavour will be.
  • Strain stock.
  • Allow to cool, and skim off any fat.
  • If not used immediately, store covered in refrigerator for up to 10 days, or freeze in plastic containers or ice cube trays.
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  1. Sandi From CA
    Homemade Beef Stock Created by Sandi From CA
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  2. Sandi From CA
    Great in French Onion Soup!
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  3. ddavad
    This recipe was awsome. I roasted the bones for about 1 hour in a huge metal stock pot. After 1 hour I brushed them with tomato paste till well covered. I simmered the stock for about 6 hours after adding fresh herbs and vegetables. Roasting the bones in the stock pot kept every bit of flavor in the stock. I got 4 large and 3 small mason jars. It made the best French Onion Soup my family has ever had.... I am making it again tomorrow :):)
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  4. Vnut-Beyond Redempt
    It smelled absolutely wonderful when it was roasting and even better when it was simmering. I used mutton bones as I couldn't get beef bones. Poured the good stuff from the roasting pan into the stockpot.
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  5. Dawnab
    I adore this recipe, roasting is TOTALLY the wasy to go. I love the deep dark flavor that I get. I place 2 cups in zip freezer bags, squeeze out any air then freeze flat on a cookie sheet, when firm I stack them like files in my freezer for easy use,
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