This minimal ingredient pork bone broth is great for soups or just to drink.
Sometimes I want something different than your basic chicken broth or even beef broth for soups.
This pork broth hits the spot every time and has a rich, delicious flavor that makes any soup the better for it.
If you’re looking for a different flavor for a broth you can drink don’t let those pork bones go to waste! This broth is just as tasty to drink as it is for soups.
Pork bone broth is as easy to make as chicken broth or beef broth. Simply add the bones to a pot, add water, any seasonings you desire, and cook them until you’re satisfied.
I’ve cooked my pork bones for as little as 45 minutes and upwards to 2 hours on a low simmer.
- Pork Bones
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Add the pork bones, salt, and apple cider vinegar into a large pot and cover with water.
- Bring to a rolling boil for approximately 30 minutes.
- Skim the scum off the top of the broth as it appears.
- After 30 minutes reduce heat to a simmer and cook as long as desired.