Today I am sharing with you a really simple money saving tip.
We eat beef roast quite often at our house, which I usually just season with onion, garlic and a little bit of sea salt. This leaves the roast tasting like…well, like roast.
More often that not, I cook my roasts in my slow cooker and I always add a little water – usually about 2 cups. The roast always turns out tender and juicy, with an awesome flavor. What’s left in the slow cooker after we have eaten dinner and put away leftovers, is quite a bit of well-seasoned broth.
Once the broth has cooled enough to handle, I use a fine mesh strainer to remove any chunks of meat and onion. I fill some freezer containers, label them and voila!
Easy homemade beef broth any time I need it. I use this in soups, beef stroganoff, or any recipe that calls for beef broth. I honestly almost never buy broth from the store, including chicken and turkey. This save me lots of cash.
SO easy…and it tastes fabulous!