Beef Stock Recipe


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No, the trick with stock is to roast the bones first to get some caramelized flavor going, then to slowly heat them in water until a bare simmer, and then let them cook that way, gently, for a good long time. With beef stock, it helps to include some beef scraps or stew meat, as well as aromatic vegetables and herbs. Also a few veal bones will help provide gelatin to the stock.

Beef, veal, and pork bones are hard to come by, so ask your butcher to save any he removes for you. Take them home and freeze them for later use in stock. These days, the scarcest of beef products has to be the bones! In the old days, the butcher had plenty of bones to spare, but today's precut meat means fewer bones at the retail level.