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Beef Bones for Stock – 2kg

Perfect for Beef Bone Broth

Our Beef Bones, from grass fed heritage breeds in North Yorkshire, are the cornerstone for making rich, nutrient-packed stocks. Perfect for broths, soups, and gravies, these bones offer a mix of bones, promising a depth of flavour and natural gelatine to elevate your dishes. Transform your home cooking with the foundational flavour only quality bones can provide.

£9.95

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Approximate Weight: 2kg +/-

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Beef bones for stock, sourced from our heritage and native breeds in North Yorkshire, are an essential ingredient for anyone looking to infuse their dishes with deep, complex flavours. These bones, including knuckle, and other bones, are packed with collagen, minerals, and marrow, providing a base that is not only rich in flavour but also in nutrients.

When simmered slowly, beef bones release their essence, transforming water into a hearty stock that serves as the backbone of numerous recipes. This stock can be used as a base for soups, stews, sauces, and gravies, lending a robustness that elevates the dish. Moreover, the gelatine extracted during the simmering process imparts a silky texture to dishes, enhancing mouthfeel.

Our beef bones come from cattle that are raised on the lush pastures of North Yorkshire, ensuring that the stock made from these bones is of the highest quality. The care taken in raising these animals is reflected in the depth of flavour and nutritional value of the stock. Whether you’re an experienced chef or a home cook, using our beef bones for stock is a simple way to bring a gourmet touch to your cooking, imbuing your meals with the warmth and richness that only the finest ingredients can provide.


Ways to Cook with Beef Bones

Cooking with beef bones for stock is a traditional kitchen practice that enriches a wide variety of dishes. Here are different ways you can use these bones to enhance your cooking:

1. Traditional Stock Making

The most common use for beef bones is creating a rich, tasty stock. Simmer the bones slowly with water, vegetables (like carrots, onions, and celery), and herbs for several hours. This process extracts the flavours, collagen, and nutrients from the bones, creating a versatile stock for soups, stews, and sauces.

2. Bone Broth

Similar to stock but cooked for a longer period, bone broth is valued for its nutritional content, including minerals and gelatine. It can be sipped on its own or used as a base for soups and sauces.

3. Demi-Glace

A demi-glace is a rich, concentrated sauce made by reducing a mixture of stock, made from beef bones, and a brown sauce. This kitchen staple adds depth and intensity to dishes, perfect for drizzling over meats and vegetables or enriching gravies.

4. Ramen Broth

Beef bones can be used to create a deep, umami-rich broth for ramen. The process involves simmering the bones with aromatics and, often, a splash of soy sauce or miso for that distinctive, savoury ramen base.

5. Pho Broth

The Vietnamese noodle soup pho relies on a clear yet aromatic broth made from beef bones. Spices like star anise, cinnamon, and cloves, along with charred onion and ginger, are simmered with the bones to create its signature flavour.

6. Reductions for Sauces

Beef stock made from bones can be reduced down to create intense sauces that are perfect for accompanying steaks and roasts. The reduction concentrates the flavours, making a little go a long way.

7. Braising Liquid

Beef bones can add flavour and body to the liquid used for braising meats and vegetables. The gelatine and marrow released from the bones during cooking help tenderise and enrich the braised dish.

8. Cooking Grains and Legumes

Using stock made from beef bones as a cooking liquid for grains (like rice or barley) and legumes (such as beans or lentils) imparts a rich flavour and additional nutrients into everyday side dishes.

9. Making Risotto

Enhance your risotto by using a rich beef stock as the cooking liquid. The stock is absorbed by the Arborio rice, making each bite creamy and tasty.

10. Soup Bases

Beyond clear broths, beef bone stock is the perfect base for heartier soups, including minestrone, beef barley, and vegetable beef soup, providing a depth of flavour that water alone cannot achieve.

Incorporating beef bones into your cooking not only enhances flavour but also utilises the full nutritional potential of the bones, making your dishes richer and more satisfying.


Nutritional Values of Beef Bones

While the exact nutritional content of beef bones themselves is minimal, the value they add comes primarily through the broth or stock produced from them. Beef bone broth, especially when made with marrow and knuckle bones, can be rich in minerals, collagen, and amino acids. Below is a general nutritional information table for beef bone broth per 100ml serving. Please note, these values can vary depending on the cooking method and specific ingredients used.

Nutrient Amount % Daily Value (DV)
Calories 31 kcal
Protein 5 g 10%
Total Fat 0.9 g 1%
Saturated Fat 0.4 g 2%
Cholesterol 0 mg 0%
Sodium 58 mg 2%
Carbohydrates 0 g 0%
Fiber 0 g 0%
Sugars 0 g 0%
Calcium 14 mg 1%
Iron 0.2 mg 1%

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Unlock Depth of Flavour: Premium Beef Bones for Hearty Homemade Stocks

Beef bones for stock, sourced from our heritage and native breeds in North Yorkshire, are an essential ingredient for anyone looking to infuse their dishes with deep, complex flavours. These bones, including knuckle, and other bones, are packed with collagen, minerals, and marrow, providing a base that is not only rich in flavour but also in nutrients.

When simmered slowly, beef bones release their essence, transforming water into a hearty stock that serves as the backbone of numerous recipes. This stock can be used as a base for soups, stews, sauces, and gravies, lending a robustness that elevates the dish. Moreover, the gelatine extracted during the simmering process imparts a silky texture to dishes, enhancing mouthfeel.

Our beef bones come from cattle that are raised on the lush pastures of North Yorkshire, ensuring that the stock made from these bones is of the highest quality. The care taken in raising these animals is reflected in the depth of flavour and nutritional value of the stock. Whether you’re an experienced chef or a home cook, using our beef bones for stock is a simple way to bring a gourmet touch to your cooking, imbuing your meals with the warmth and richness that only the finest ingredients can provide.


Ways to Cook with Beef Bones

Cooking with beef bones for stock is a traditional kitchen practice that enriches a wide variety of dishes. Here are different ways you can use these bones to enhance your cooking:

1. Traditional Stock Making

The most common use for beef bones is creating a rich, tasty stock. Simmer the bones slowly with water, vegetables (like carrots, onions, and celery), and herbs for several hours. This process extracts the flavours, collagen, and nutrients from the bones, creating a versatile stock for soups, stews, and sauces.

2. Bone Broth

Similar to stock but cooked for a longer period, bone broth is valued for its nutritional content, including minerals and gelatine. It can be sipped on its own or used as a base for soups and sauces.

3. Demi-Glace

A demi-glace is a rich, concentrated sauce made by reducing a mixture of stock, made from beef bones, and a brown sauce. This kitchen staple adds depth and intensity to dishes, perfect for drizzling over meats and vegetables or enriching gravies.

4. Ramen Broth

Beef bones can be used to create a deep, umami-rich broth for ramen. The process involves simmering the bones with aromatics and, often, a splash of soy sauce or miso for that distinctive, savoury ramen base.

5. Pho Broth

The Vietnamese noodle soup pho relies on a clear yet aromatic broth made from beef bones. Spices like star anise, cinnamon, and cloves, along with charred onion and ginger, are simmered with the bones to create its signature flavour.

6. Reductions for Sauces

Beef stock made from bones can be reduced down to create intense sauces that are perfect for accompanying steaks and roasts. The reduction concentrates the flavours, making a little go a long way.

7. Braising Liquid

Beef bones can add flavour and body to the liquid used for braising meats and vegetables. The gelatine and marrow released from the bones during cooking help tenderise and enrich the braised dish.

8. Cooking Grains and Legumes

Using stock made from beef bones as a cooking liquid for grains (like rice or barley) and legumes (such as beans or lentils) imparts a rich flavour and additional nutrients into everyday side dishes.

9. Making Risotto

Enhance your risotto by using a rich beef stock as the cooking liquid. The stock is absorbed by the Arborio rice, making each bite creamy and tasty.

10. Soup Bases

Beyond clear broths, beef bone stock is the perfect base for heartier soups, including minestrone, beef barley, and vegetable beef soup, providing a depth of flavour that water alone cannot achieve.

Incorporating beef bones into your cooking not only enhances flavour but also utilises the full nutritional potential of the bones, making your dishes richer and more satisfying.


Nutritional Values of Beef Bones

While the exact nutritional content of beef bones themselves is minimal, the value they add comes primarily through the broth or stock produced from them. Beef bone broth, especially when made with marrow and knuckle bones, can be rich in minerals, collagen, and amino acids. Below is a general nutritional information table for beef bone broth per 100ml serving. Please note, these values can vary depending on the cooking method and specific ingredients used.

Nutrient Amount % Daily Value (DV)
Calories 31 kcal
Protein 5 g 10%
Total Fat 0.9 g 1%
Saturated Fat 0.4 g 2%
Cholesterol 0 mg 0%
Sodium 58 mg 2%
Carbohydrates 0 g 0%
Fiber 0 g 0%
Sugars 0 g 0%
Calcium 14 mg 1%
Iron 0.2 mg 1%

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