Typically, bone broth is cooked low and slow. In fact, it can take several hours to make. This is for the sake of extracting all of the minerals from the bones, into the broth. However, this mama doesn’t always have time for that! Therefore, I am happy to say that I figured out a way to make delicious bone broth in the pressure cooker! Now, I can make delicious bone broth to nourish my whole family in my pressure cooker. So, read on to learn how to make pressure cooker bone broth.
Benefits of Bone Broth
I grew up enjoying bone broth, and now I give it to my son. This is because it can help growing bodies in a number of ways.
Further, it’s beneficial for adults too!
For example, the collagen can help maintain beautiful skin and healthy joints.
How to use bone broth
Growing up, my father often told me that drinking bone broth would help me grow up big and strong. Additionally, my father even encouraged me to enjoy it with a squeeze of lime and a dash of hot sauce. Now that I am a mother, I find myself cooking several of my toddler son’s meals with bone broth.
How I use bone broth
- To make rice, quinoa, and other grains
- As a base for noodle soup
- Use it to make delicious gravy
- Drink it straight up, warmed, with a squeeze of lime and a dash of hot sauce
What types of bones should you get?
My absolute personal favorite bones are the grass-fed organic beef marrow bones from Sprouts. This is not a sponsored post! I just really love them.
Meat or no meat?
I personally like a mix. With beef bones, I like to buy the organic grass-fed beef marrow bones from Sprouts. If I want meat on the bones, then I will get a cut of Chamorro from a Mexican meat market.
For chicken, chicken legs work great! After, you can save the meat and shred it to make other dishes,. For instance, enchiladas, tacos dorados, or chicken salad.
How to Make Pressure Cooker Bone Broth
Firstly, roast your seasoned bones. Then add the bones to your pressure cooker along with water, apple cider vinegar, and aromatics. Then, pressure cook on high for one hour. Next, allow to cool. After, strain and store in glass jars. Finally, enjoy however you would like!
Personally, I used my ninja foodie 9-in-1, which is an air fryer and pressure cooker. Not sponsored. I just wanted to share how convenient that was!
Pressure Cooker Bone Broth
- Pressure Cooker
- Oven, or air fryer
- 1 lb beef marrow bones
- 4 quarts water
- 1 tips apple cider vinegar
- 2 bay leaves
- 1 tbsp peppercorns
- 1 onion
- 1 head of garlic
- 1 carrot
- salt and pepper to taste
- Preheat your oven or air fryer to 400 F.
- Rinse the bones. Then season them with salt and pepper.
- Roast the bones at 400 F for 20 minutes.
- Once the bones are roasted, add them to your pressure cooker pot with water, and all of the other ingredients.
- Pressure cook on high for one hour.
- Once done, release the steam and allow to cool.
- Strain, and store in glass jars in the fridge.