Keto Roasted Bone Marrow Recipe
So, you have been on this Keto diet for a while now and you’re starting to miss all of your old favorite foods. It’s okay, everyone hits that point where they want to give in to the temptation of food that is terrible for you.
Well, there is one way to keep yourself on track to ketosis. Start making some new favorite dishes.
Going out of your comfort zone and learning to cook all over again is one of the best ways to stay motivated about your diet. We have just the thing for you.
This Keto roasted bone marrow recipe is going to show you just how delicious as well as fancy Keto can be. You are going to be so happy that you tried this recipe.
The Luxury of Roasted Bone Marrow
There is a decadence to roasted bone marrow. It is a restaurant classic, being served as an appetizer with some scrumptious bread, or as an elegant side to a steak.
But, roasted bone marrow is not something that people typically make at home.
It has often been thought of as a dish that is better left to the professionals. Truth is, it’s not that complicated and you will find out that you can achieve this luxurious flavor at home pretty easily.
Where Can I Even Find Bones for Bone Marrow?
It’s true that beef bones aren’t always available at your local grocery store. Though, you may be lucky and some markets may have them available regularly.
But, most any butcher shop should be able to get you some bones full of marrow.
It may be a good idea to call ahead, though, so they can get it ready for you or they might be sold out.
Be sure to ask how they are cut, as sometimes bones are cut cylindrically which is great for a braise, but to scoop out the marrow easily a lengthwise cut is ideal.
Bone Marrow, the International Favorite
Roasting bone marrow sounds like something only the French would think up. Surprisingly bone marrow is a valued ingredient all over the world.
In Italy it is centre stage in the classic dish ossobucco. In Vietnamese cuisine, bone marrow is an essential flavor base to the national dish, phó. Everywhere from Nepal to India, bone marrow is a widely loved and appreciated ingredient.
Few things beat the flavor of roasted bone marrow.
- Preheat the oven to 350 F (175 C).
- Place the bones marrow side-up onto a deep baking tray. Place in the oven for 20-25 minutes until golden and crispy and most of the excess fat has rendered off.
- Season the marrow with sea salt flakes and freshly ground black pepper.
- Serve by themselves as an appetizer or scoop out the marrow and spread on grilled steak.
All nutritional data are estimated and based on per serving amounts.
Net carbs = 0 g
- Calories: 440
- Sugar: 0 g
- Fat: 48 g
- Carbohydrates: 0 g
- Fiber: 0 g
- Protein: 4 g
Want more delicious recipes like this? Check out our Keto Snack Recipes for more options!