Brodo Di Manzo Recipe Video

The soul of this dish is an incredibly rich, and deeply flavored, beef broth or “brodo.” This is accomplished by slowly simmering a beef shank for a long time, a really long time - like 4 hours, so if you’re in a hurry, this dish is not for you. But, if you want to enjoy a bowl of something that will warm you to the bone (or shank) then give this extremely simple soup a try. As you’ll see in the clip the first part of the dish is making the dark and delicious beef broth, after that we add some tortellini and kale to finish. That’s the point where you can swerve in your own direction by adding different types of pasta or greens. This would be just as savory with Swiss chard, mustard greens, etc. As far as pasta substitutions, if you’re not into the cheese tortellini I added, then virtually any other short pasta or macaroni will work. When I look at the ingredient list I find it hard to believe how such a short and simple list can produce something this satisfying and wonderful. Those “winter blues” will never know what hit them!

Summary

Preparation Time10 MinCooking Time4 Hr 20 Min
Ready In4 Hr 30 MinDifficulty LevelMedium
Health IndexAverageServings4
CuisineCourse
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MethodDish
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Ingredients

 
For recipe ingredients, please refer to the video.

Directions

For recipe directions, please refer to the video.

Editors Review

This is a perfect winter soup and makes a delicious, healthy and warming winter meal. I make the soup in a crock pot and let it slow cook for four to five hours and serve it for dinner. Its a dish that takes a long time to make so if you are in a hurry then this is not the dish you can make. My family loves tortellini and so I use packaged ones instead of making them from scratch.
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