HOW TO MAKE GELATINOUS BEEF BONE BROTH

In the previous Bone Broth post, we’ve looked into why is it important for bone broth to actually develop a gelatinous consistency – just to sum it up: because we want that gelatine! The gelatine is one of the best parts of bone broth. If you’ve missed the post, click here and read it! While…

LIVER NUGGETS

Liver Nuggets that my little Astrid was asking for like ”moooooore!” – you can serve these to children with a garlic dressing, alone, with mustard or with a homemade ketchup (I might add a recipe also). Ingredients – 500 g beef liver– tallow to fry in– 240 ml piimä / buttermilk– 240 ml milk /…

BEEF RICE PAPER ROLLS

Incredibly easy to make, these beef rice rolls are filled with a mix of veggies cooked in bone broth and contain strips of steak that has been fried in coconut aminos (instead of soy sauce). They can be a nice surprise on the table on a festive day or if you simply have the ingredients…

8 HORMONE FRIENDLY BREAKFAST IDEAS

I have seen breakfast recommendations far too often online and they’re all unbalance in a way or another: either too many carbs, not enough fat, not enough protein or too much sugar! Bowls of endless fruit, huge portions of oatmeal (mostly prepared incorrectly and not soaked for at least 7 hours prior serving), exotic ingredients…

SMOKED PORK BELLY AND BEANS STEW

This is an autumn staple especially around the time of the traditional pig slaughter. We’re going to use smoked pork belly with all the fat and goodies and some beautiful smoked sausages. I didn’t have pork sausages, but instead I used smoked elk sausage. Ingredients 920 g big white beans, soaked and/or pre-cooked 500 g…

HOMEMADE ICY CUPS (ISCHOKLAD OR EISKONFEKT)

Ischoklad or Eiskonfekt (Ice Chocolate/Icy Cups) is a very popular Yule treat in Sweden (also known in Denmark, Germany and UK). They are small little chocolates with a refreshing peppermint sting and a very full chocolate taste. You can find these in the supermarket here in Sweden already (they’re sold usually only during winter) but…