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December Featured Chef Mary Shrader is back with another delicious bone marrow recipe. This time Mary shares her secret to make the Easiest Roasted Bone Marrow. A special thank you to Mary for this delicious recipe. 

 

Hi Sweet Friends,

Roasted Bone Marrow is easy to make, and it’s ready in 15 minutes! Bone Marrow is rich in protein and good fats that soothe our skin and gut, tamp down inflammation, and strengthen our hair and nails.

Roasted Bone Marrow is delicious and tastes like butter with a touch of meaty flavor to it. As a matter of fact, its nickname is “the butter of the gods!” Just imagine if a bit of steak was mixed in with some butter. If you are a meat lover, you will love roasted bone marrow!

In many restaurants, Roasted Bone Marrow is considered a delicacy. But you can make it at home for a few dollars. Serve it spread on toast points and sprinkled with a bit of sea salt, toss it with warm vegetables for added nutrition, or whisk it into your bone broth or soup. It’s absolutely delicious! You must give it a try!

 

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Recipe and Image By Mary Shrader | Mary’s Nest

 

Easiest Roasted Bone Marrow Recipe

Recipe by: Mary Shrader, Mary’s Nest

USWM Shopping List: Marrow Bones

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Place marrow bones on a lined baking sheet.
  • Place baking sheet in a pre-heated 450 degree Fahrenheit oven.
  • Roast marrow bones for 15 minutes until light brown in color.
  • Scoop marrow out of bones and spread on slices of toasted baguette. Enjoy!

Video Recipe Tutorial 

 

Thank you Mary for this nutritious and delicious recipe. For more inspiring recipes visit the Discover Blog.

 


 

Mary Shrader, December Featured Chef, About Me

Mary Shrader

Mary Shrader is a former New York City Girl now living the simple life with her husband in Texas. She has been making delicious, traditional foods for over 20 years.

So whether your kitchen is in a city apartment, a house in the suburbs, or on a farm in the country…join Mary on this Traditional Foods journey to create Nutrient Rich Meals that nourish family, friends – and yourself!

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