AIP Roasted Bone Marrow Recipe
There are lots of readers that may be turned off by the idea of eating roasted bone marrow, but hear me out. Bone marrow has been a popular ingredient for ages, and many cultures have found the insides of beef bones to be a delicacy. Today, roasted bone marrow is a rich appetizer served in some of the most elegant of restaurants.
While it may be a symbol of extravagance, the truth is making roasted bone marrow at home is not that complicated. What seems like it should take a long time and a skilled hand is actually a pretty straightforward process. This AIP roasted bone marrow recipe will walk you through the simple steps, and you will be snacking on the rich flavor in no time.
Where Do You Find Bones for Roasting?
Beef bones may sound like they should be easy to find, but unfortunately, they are not always readily available at the grocery store. Well, you may be lucky and have a local grocery store that carries such ingredients. However, for the most part, you need to search a little further.
A butcher shop is usually your best bet for finding beef bones. Though, you should keep in mind that you are probably not the only one that is looking for them. It would be a good idea to either call ahead and see if they have any available, or to ask them if they could have them ready for you on a particular day.
How Do You Serve Roasted Bone Marrow
Below we recommend serving the dish with a small salad. Eaten on its own, bone marrow can be very rich, and a salad will help to cut that and clear your palate. However, traditionally, roasted bone marrow would be served with some bread.
If bread is the way you want to go, then we totally understand. We have done the hard work for you and here are a few AIP friendly recipes for you to try.
Bring a little bit of luxury from the restaurant to your home.
- 4 bone marrow halves
- Sea salt flakes
- Micro cress or parsley, for garnish (optional)
- Green salad, to serve with (optional)
- Preheat oven to 350 F (175 C).
- Ask your butcher to prepare the bones for you if needed.
- Place the bones on a baking tray making sure the marrow side is facing up.
- Bake for 20-30 minutes until the bone and marrow is golden.
Season with sea salt and serve with a green salad. Garnish with micro cress or parsley.
All nutritional data are estimated and based on per serving amounts.
- Calories: 440
- Sugar: 0 g
- Fat: 48 g
- Carbohydrates: 0 g
- Fiber: 0 g
- Protein: 4 g