Bone Broth Cleanse Day 5: Lets not mince words, Lets mince food!
Ultimately, I’ve been cooking mostly for myself since I’m the only one in my household going through the Osso Good 7 day bone broth cleanse. However, I chose to go with a dish today that is arguably my wife’s favorite dish, Crockpot Picadillo.
No doubt, as a dad that works remotely for Osso Good company, a number of meals I make for my family I prefer a good crockpot recipe given that I have to come up with the recipes ahead of time, shop for the groceries, answer emails, and take care of my son all at the same time. As you can see, this is a whole family meal that these two were enjoying quite a bit (Note: Toddlers will eat almost anything if it’s out of their parent’s bowl):
Breakfast and Lunch
Presumably, I had the ole’ 15 oz. of Osso Good’s Chicken Bone Broth w/ coffee and leftovers for lunch. Eventually, I promise at some point I’ll give you some breakfast and lunch use for broth. Because I only needed 15 oz. for the picadillo I drank a 5 oz. shot of the Osso Good Bison Bone Broth for a snack.
In fact, Picadillo means to mince, and that’s all this dish is… many chopped up things with flavor added. As a result, it has a little sweetness, a little spice, and a ton of flavor. The sweetness comes from Craisins. Incidentally, I’m not exactly sure how paleo they are but my wife likes the sweetness and I’m not about to have dueling crockpots going because of something so small. All things considered, if I make it through this Osso Good 7 day bone broth cleanse and 98% of my diet was paleo, then I know I finish the cleanse feeling healthy and lighter.
- 15 oz. of Osso Good Bison Bone Broth
- 1 lb. grass fed ground sirloin
- 1 onion, chopped
- 3 pepper, chopped (2 green/1 red)
- 15 oz. can of beans (I used kidneys)
- 3-4 oz. of Craisins (depends how sweet you like)
- 1 medium can of diced black olives
- 1 1/2 tsp of kosher salt
- 6 oz. can of tomato paste
- 1/8 tsp of cayanne or more for heat
- 1 1/2 tsp of oregeno
- 3/4 tsp of garlic powder
- 1 1/2 tsp of cumin
- Top w/ 6-10 diced cherry tomatoes if you choose
First, chop up and de-can everything and throw it in the crockpot with the Osso Good Bison Bone Broth. Secondly, throw all the seasoning in. Lastly, in a large skillet brown the sirloin, drain the fat from beef, and throw sirloin in crockpot. Accordingly, cook on Low for 6-8 hours.