Grass Fed Beef Tendons
It’s hard to get this cut! Thank you, this is one I’ll keep buying over and over, along with the cod liver oil.
Tendons are hard to find. So glad I found them here. Goes well when making bone broth.
Now that the cold weather is here, skip the bone broth & make yourself some beef tendon soup! These tendons are the perfect size, just pop them in your crock pot, add a chopped onion, salt & whatever seasonings you like. (I use 2 Tbsp. of Thai red curry paste & some soy sauce.) Fill the pot with water & cover it, set the temp to Low & the timer for 12 hrs. When they're done, you'll have a potful of rich, delicious collagen-filled goodness. You may need take your kitchen scissors & cut some of the chunks into smaller pieces, but that's it. Get your ladle, transfer the soup into smaller containers for easy storage, freeze most of them but keep 1 in the fridge. When the soup cools, it will be as thick as ballistic gel, firm enough to slice with a knife. THAT is the sign of high-quality collagen. I add a spoonful of this soup to my pan sauces to punch up the texture & flavor. These are THE BEST grassfed beef tendons you'll find online.