Organic, Slow-Cooker Red Palm Oil Bone Broth

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“Good broth will resurrect the dead,” – a South American proverb. 

By now, surely you have heard about all the benefits of bone broth. It has become such a popular trend that in New York City you can pull right up to Brodo’s window and grab a cup to go.

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And why is this? Why has the “bone broth” trend become such a staple in our diets?

Here are 4 reasons:

  • Research indicates that homemade, old-fashioned chicken soup due to its highly anti-inflammatory properties holds significant promise in managing the symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections like colds. (source)
  • Homemade broth is rich in calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and other trace minerals. (source)
  • Helps to heal a leaky gut and calms inflammation. (source)
  • Provides an immune boost. (source)

During the past few years, many different ways for making bone broth have surfaced. We have enjoyed trying out several recipes ourselves, and so we wanted to create a new recipe giving the broth even more of a superfood boost.

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We achieved this by adding in the beautiful, vibrant and super Organic Red Palm Oil.

Red palm oil is a nutrient-dense culinary oil. Its rich orange color reveals the presence of antioxidant vitamins A and E, in the forms of beta-carotene and rare tocotrienols and tocopherols of the vitamin E family. These nutrients provide color to vegetables and fruits such as carrots and tomatoes. Red palm oil also contains at least ten other carotenes, including the antioxidants, tocopherols and tocotrienols (vitamin E). {Learn more about our sustainable red palm oil HERE and HERE.}

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Adding it to our bone broth recipe was just the extra boost we were hoping for, and we hope you’ll give this recipe a try!

Bonus: This bone broth recipe was made in the slow cooker, so you can have it do all the work for you while you are away during the day or sleeping at night!

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An organic, slow-cooker bone broth recipe made with organic, sustainable red palm oil and other nourishing bone broth ingredients.
Recipe type: Soups
Ingredients
  • 1lb bones, any (this recipe used grass-fed and grass finished beef marrow bones)
  • 2 Tbsp. Nutiva Organic Red Palm Oil
  • 2 whole carrots, cut into thirds (if you have the tops, use those, too)
  • 1 celery rib, cut into thirds
  • ½ leek, cut into thirds
  • ½ red onion, cut into thirds
  • ½ yellow onion, cut into thirds
  • 1 sheet kombu, broken into thirds
  • 2 garlic cloves, each cut into halves
  • 3 bay leaves
  • Parsley, small handful
  • Cilantro, small handful
  • 2 Tbsp. Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 14-15 Cups water
  • salt, dash or as desired
  • pepper, dash or as desired
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
  2. Place the bones on a tinfoil-covered, rimmed baking sheet (as some fat may leak out during the roasting process).
  3. Brush the bones with the Nutiva Organic Red Palm Oil.
  4. Sprinkle bones with a little salt and pepper, as desired.
  5. Bake for about 15 minutes or until the bones have a gently roasted, golden color.
  6. Remove from the oven, and allow them to cool a little.
  7. Meanwhile, gather the rest of your ingredients for the broth.
  8. Place the water in a 4-quart slow cooker (or approximately 4 quarts).
  9. Add the remaining ingredients to the slow cooker.
  10. Finally, place the roasted bones in, stir and cover.
  11. Place the slow cooker on low and slow cook for at least 12 hours (up to 20-24 hours).
  12. Serve the broth as is or add more salt, pepper and Organic Red Palm Oil as desired to each individual bowl.

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In the comments below: Have you tried making your own bone broth yet? If so, what is your favorite way to make it + what are your favorite ingredients to use?

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Comments

  1. Renee says

    I love this! My issue is storage. I use broth in so many recipe’s from rice to soup to grits, I want to be able to grab frozen broth and use it. Any homemade broth I have made in the past turn into a jelly when stored. Gets really strong in flavor. Can I use glass jars in fridge, how long do you think it will keep? Any tips on storage? Sorry for the million questions…

    • Sarah Kay Hoffman says

      Hi Renee!

      1. “Jelly.” You, in fact, want this. This means you did it correctly. The “jelly” is the gelatin, which contains a lot of the healing, healthy and therapeutic properties. Once you warm it up, it will disappear.
      2. Yes, you can use glass jars in the fridge, but prior to storing, I would let the broth cool to room temperature.
      3. My broth usually lasts about 1 week to 10 days in the fridge. If you won’t use it all by then, store it in the freezer to use at your convenience. (I even make into “broth cubes” and take out when I need them for something which requires less broth!)

      Hope that helps!

  2. Sarah says

    Thanks for the recipe! My question is what brand(s) of slow-cooker do you recommend? I’ve been shopping around for one, but all the ones I’ve found are made of and/or coated with a material that I don’t want leaching into my food. Any suggestions you have would be great!

    • Team Nutiva says

      Hi Sarah! We don’t have any specific recommendations. This recipe was made using Calphalon, but if you find a great slow cooker, we’d love to know about it.

  3. maryann goley says

    I make bone broth all the time and recently have been adding some apple cider vinegar.a couple tablespoons to 1/4 cup and my broth has been a lot more jello like substance . it was before but seems to have upgraded from apple cider vinegar

  4. says

    Hi Naz, I just stumbled arcsos your blog and wanted to say thanks for posting this! As much as I love sugar, recently i have been trying to cut way back because of all the recent studies coming out.

  5. Victoria says

    I make my bone broth (my favourite is chicken) in my instant Pot. It can be used as a slow cooker but I never tried it since I’m usually home and it only takes two one and a half to two hours to cook and it’s delicious.

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