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Discover how to make your own Beef Bouillon cubes!

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A bouillon cube is a concentrated cooking preparation used to enhance flavor that we usually buy at the supermarket. But have you ever thought about preparing bouillon yourself, perhaps using ingredients whose origin you are more confident? 

Just try this recipe and you will discover that you can make beef bouillon cubes that give more genuine and long-lasting flavor to your dishes! 

To make beef bouillon you need:

150g of beef http://www.wtvideo.com/video/11899/discover-how-to-make-your-own-beef-bouillon-cubes
150g of carrots 
150g of onions 
150g of celery 
150g of salt salt 
150g of water 
a sprig of marjoram (if wish you can also use thyme and sage )

1. Cut the beef into small cubes and put it in a saucepan. Do the same with the onion, carrots, and celery.

2. Add the rock salt, water, and marjoram, stir well and then turn the flame down to very low. Cover and let simmer for at least two hours, checking and mixing from time to time.

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3. After the cooking time has elapsed, transfer the ingredients to an electric mixer and blend for about one minute. Place the blended ingredients inside ice trays and freeze.

If you want, you can also store the beef bouillon in glass jars but in this case, you will have to water can them by closing them well, putting them in a pot and covering them with water, and letting them boil for 20 minutes. Once cooled you can put them away and use them over a period of one year.

Tags: KitchenDIY

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