Written by Alison Bell For those that had a ham over Christmas, don't throw out the bone!!! There are so many options to use the ham bone in various bone broths, soups and stocks. Ham & Pea soup, ham and beans (the beans soak up all that salty ham flavour), traditional Chinese rice porridge (congee)... you can do almost anything! INGREDIENTS leftover ham bone leftover ham fat and skin 1 onion, peeled and halved 3 garlic cloves, peeled 2 large carrots, roughly chopped 2 bay leaves sprinkle of Italian dried herbs METHOD Place all ingredients into a slow cooker or...
These are perfect for a gluten free alternative with the added bonus of being nut free making them perfect for school lunch boxes. Ingredients 6 tomatoes 3 red capsicums2 tbs psyllium husk powder1 tsp Broth of Life Vegetable stock Method Place all ingredients into a blender until a smooth paste.Dehydrate for 5 hoursRoll 'em up with yummy stuff!! BUY VEGETABLE STOCK BUY DEHYDRATED BONE BROTH BUY FULLY DISSOLVING BONE BROTH POWDER
Chicken Rissoles are a favourite in our boys school lunch boxes. They are super fast and easy, tasty warm or cold. Add some extra nutrition by cooking them in bone broth! INGREDIENTS 500g chicken mince (or chicken breast if using a Thermomix) 2 cloves garlic, peeled 1 tablespoon of raw honey or organic maple syrup 1 medium green apple 2 tbs Broth of Life Tallow or Brellow for frying 2 tsp Broth of Life Chicken Bone Broth 100mls boiling water METHOD (Traditional) Finely chop cloves of garlic, Peel and grate the apple Combine mince, apple, garlic, 1 tsp of Broth of...