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Old 01-31-2018, 04:05 PM   #1
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Steak soup actually. Plenty online but I would like one someone has actually tasted, thanks.
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A key I have for any soup is to get a good meat bone (ham bone, beef femur cut up, or chicken bones) put the bone it water over night on the stove on low. This will make great broth and the basis of a great soup.
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A key I have for any soup is to get a good meat bone (ham bone, beef femur cut up, or chicken bones) put the bone it water over night on the stove on low. This will make great broth and the basis of a great soup.
I do the same thing, only I roast the bones in the oven before I put them in the water. In my opinion, it brings more flavor that way.
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I do the same thing, only I roast the bones in the oven before I put them in the water. In my opinion, it brings more flavor that way.
Do you put the beef bones in the oven? If so how long and temp. My ham bones are roasted when I cook the ham and I use chicken bones from a roasted chicken. I've tried to make Vietnamese Pho before but I never got it right. I bet the roasted bone is the key versus a raw one.
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After I've removed as much meat as possible from the ham bone, chicken and/or turkey carcass, etc. I then put the bones and some celery, carrots and onions on a roasting pan in the oven 20 or 30 minutes around 400-450 just to brown them up a little bit and then I add them to the water. I saw it on a cooking show years ago. It brings a little more flavor from the bones, especially chicken. Can't say for sure about the beef, but it stands to reason that it would add flavor.
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Steak soup? Forgive my ignorance, but under what circumstances are you wanting to take a steak and turn it into soup?
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Steak soup? Forgive my ignorance, but under what circumstances are you wanting to take a steak and turn it into soup?
Saw it on a cooking show tried to follow up with online recipes but none looked that good. I have had it with ground beef but not as hearty looking or tasty. The wife makes vegetable soup with beef tips but not what I saw on TV. Maybe I should just give up.
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Saw it on a cooking show tried to follow up with online recipes but none looked that good. I have had it with ground beef but not as hearty looking or tasty. The wife makes vegetable soup with beef tips but not what I saw on TV. Maybe I should just give up.
I mean I'm sure it would be good, just seems like if you spend the money on a good cut of meat it would be a shame to turn it into soup. The cheaper cuts are better for soup anyways because they have more connective tissue and such, which means more flavor in your broth. Brisket is really good if you can catch it on a sale, but I wouldn't turn full price brisket into soup either.
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