Here are 3 reasons you will love bone broth!

As its name suggests, bone broth is a broth that’s made by simmering bones in water, resulting in a gorgeous liquid that’s full of flavour and a ton of health benefits. Making a bone broth at home is simple enough–you immerse bones and some aromatics like whole vegetables and spices in water and simmer it. The longer, the better. Purists will say 24 hours at least. But if we’ve learned anything from binge-watching cooking reality shows, it’s that flavour can be built even in shorter periods of time.

If you’re unsure about what to do with bone broth and why you need it in your life, here are just four reasons we love it:

1. It’s oh-so-delicious!

Depending on the ingredients and brewing time, a broth can be anything from simple and light to deep and complex in flavour. All you need to do is season it right, and you’ll have a tasty soup-like beverage you can sip on. Experiment with flavours here – classic salt and pepper, throw in a few masalas, maybe a few drops of chilli sauce – just have fun.

2. It elevates your favourite foods.

Know why baahar-ka-khana tastes so good? It’s because professional kitchens begin their day by making a broth that is then added to everything. So if you want great flavour in your food, cook it in broth instead of plain ol’ water. This is especially true of dishes where the liquid is absorbed into the food, like when cooking rice.

3. It’s good for your body, mind, and soul.

Bone broths have great health benefits. They’re said to help boost immunity, improve sleep, increase bone strength, improve gut health, promote healthier hair and skin, and a whole lot more. If you want to take a step towards a healthier lifestyle, consider adding bone broth to your daily diet.

Now that you know some of the amazing benefits of bone broth, how could you add this elixir of life to your daily diet?

Sip it in your coffee mug.

A ton of people drink bone broth on a daily basis. Some like to drink it first thing in the morning, some just before bed, and others drink it in place of their coffee. There’s no right or wrong time, just find one that’s right for you.

Make soup.

A broth is a great base for a soup. Add veggies, pieces of meat, even noodles to make a quick meal on a weeknight. Added bonus: soups are healthy and hearty, and are known to promote weight loss.

Cook with it.

Another great way to use bone broth is to cook food in it. Grains like rice and quinoa are especially great since they absorb all the liquid while cooking. You could also add it to stews and curries in place of water to add an extra dimension of flavour.

Freeze it.

Bone broth is great for freezing so you can make a large batch and not have to stress about finishing it all up in a few days. We’d recommend freezing it in small portions (like in an ice tray or small cups) so you don’t have to thaw it all when you need it.

Drinking bone broth out of a cup might be latest health fad, but its nutritional and flavour values have been known and used for a long long time. If you’d like to make a bone broth of your own, check out our new pre-seasoned Chicken Soup Bones available in a classic and masala variant. All you need to do is boil them in water for 45 minutes and you’ll have a broth you can drink straight up or add to your cooking for amazing flavour.

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