How to Make Martha Stewart’s Brown Beef Stock | Martha’s Cooking School | Martha Stewart

In classical French cooking, brown stock is made with veal bones for a delicate-bodied soup; here, beef is included for a deeper taste. makes this recipe the old-fashioned method– in a stock pot. The meat, bones, and aromatics are roasted first to offer the stock more intricacy and a darker color. includes big portions of entire vegetables and tomato paste to bring all of it together. You'll desire a lot of time to make this beef stock but it will be well worth it. This homemade beef stock is so much more scrumptious than anything you can purchase in the store.

0:00 – Intro
0:19 – Roasting the Bones and Aromatics
2:22 – Moving to the Stock Pot
2:57 – Deglazing the Pan
3:17 – Combing the Active ingredients
3:48 – Adding the Water
4:10 – Cooking the Stock
4:32 – Adding the Herbs
4:58 – Final Simmer
5:35 – Straining the Stock

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