If you’ve been wanting to try your hand at making bone broth at home, what are you waiting for?? A video that walks you through the process step-by-step? Well then aren’t you in luck…I made this video just for you!
Making your own bone broth can seem intimidating, but I promise, it’s incredibly easy! There can be a learning curve, sure, but you just need to get in the kitchen and try it! Plus, with this step by step video, I show you the simplest, easiest, and most mess-free method for making your own broth.
Making bone broth doesn’t require a lot of hands-on time in the kitchen, but it can be a lengthy process overall. Hence, a 25 minute video! But I’ve broken down the steps for you below, with the time stamps for each step, so if you are looking for something particular, you can just jump ahead.
I hope this video helps you to make your own bone broth at home! If you have any questions about this process, just leave a note in the comments below and I’ll be happy to help!
Video timestamp breakdown (skip to the part you want to see):
0:28 – Step 1: Cooking a Whole Chicken in the Instant Pot
4:00 – Step 2: Cleaning the Chicken
10:20 – Step 3: Making the Bone Broth
16:06 – Step 4: Transferring the Bone Broth
24:00 – Step 5: Storing the Bone Broth
Best Tools to Get the Job Done
(Click the images to see each item on Amazon)
This is similar to the Instant Pot I have.
This is the Instant Pot I WISH I had!
Strainer set to strain the bones out of the broth
Collapsible funnel to save storage space
Ladle for scooping the bones out of the pot
Tempered glass bowl (use the large)
32-ounce wide mouth jar. Amazon has a poor selection for these so I’m always on the lookout to buy more. I’ve found them at Target, Walmart, and Wegmans from time to time.
Awesome lids for mason jars! This set comes with 8 wide mouth and 8 regular. When I bought them, they came with large and small chalk stickers for the lids. I don’t see that in the description now, so I also have the stickers below.
I use these stickers for all the containers in my pantry as well as for food storage containers. They come with a set of chalk markers, which aren’t amazing, but do the job.
Any old muffin tins will do but they are the tins I have
These make paleo baking a lot easier–no sticking to the tin or to paper wrappers. If you fill the cup with broth, it is equal to about 1/3 c of liquid.
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