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How do you cook marrow?

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Created February 18, 2011 at 9:43 PM

I bought some bison marrow --looks like just the marrow no bones. I have NO IDEA how to cook it. Bake it? If so at what temp and for how long?

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on December 30, 2011
at 04:30 PM

that sounds UNREAL!

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on February 25, 2011
at 11:30 PM

I substitute plain flour with arrowroot one. (In general, never tried cooking plain marrow).

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on February 19, 2011
at 01:01 AM

That actually made my mouth water. Not metaphorically.

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on February 18, 2011
at 10:35 PM

I've seen people roll the marrow in flour and saute it... but that doesn't help with paleo since it uses flour...

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on February 18, 2011
at 10:22 PM

So it's just a lump of naked marrow? That sounds pretty awesome.

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on December 30, 2011
at 04:53 AM

My dad just gave me a new marrow recipe... ??You need it. ??Slightly hollow out baby Yukon gold potatoes (or any waxy heirloom fingerling variety) and fill them with a mixter of raw marrow creamed with sea salt and fresh thyme, then bake at 400 for 40 minutes. ?? ??You can thank me later. ??

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on December 30, 2011
at 04:30 PM

that sounds UNREAL!

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on February 19, 2011
at 12:45 AM

I have never seen marrow without bone, but if I had the luck to get my hands on it, I would probably cook some onion and veggies (like mushrooms), add the marrow, and stir fry it for just 2 or 3 minutes. I would also try to add it to scrambled eggs and, again, cook very quickly.

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on February 19, 2011
at 12:20 AM

I did a stew with it in the slow cooker, well not with bison marrow with regular marrow.

It was fantastic! It was a solid once it cooled, then heated it up back back to a soup.

Honestly by far the single best soup/stew I have ever had, can't wait to get my hands on more of it again.

I just put what ever veg I had in the fridge in after I cooked the marrow bones and removed the bones. I also put a sweet potoato in there which I find really added to the overall flavor.

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on February 18, 2011
at 11:39 PM

Doesn't that make it like blobs of fat? When I got marrow, still in the bone, I just plunked it onto some foil and stuck in in the oven, same as steak, broiled at 375 F until it looked done. To me, it tasted like steak fat when done. In fact, a lot of it melted and oozed all over the bottom of the foil, just as steak fat does. I am not a big fan of grains but at that moment, I did miss the ability of rice to soak up all the fat for me so I could get it in my mouth easily!

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A18481e4b0edc283d5a84a2321001c79

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on February 18, 2011
at 10:09 PM

Here's an article about one way to cook the marrow without the bones. I hope this helps! http://ruhlman.com/2008/11/how-to-prepare.html

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on February 18, 2011
at 09:52 PM

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on February 19, 2011
at 01:01 AM

That actually made my mouth water. Not metaphorically.

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