How to Make Golden Broth

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Golden Broth is a savory spin on traditional Golden Milk. Made with well known immune system boosters including turmeric, ginger, and homemade broth, it's the perfect cup for the winter months! | This is so good...The winter months are the perfect time to give extra attention to supporting your immune system.  Today’s recipe for Golden Broth is one of my favorite ways to give myself a little boost.  This nourishing drink tastes wonderful but also provides my body with the building blocks it needs for my best health!

A little while ago I shared my recipe for Golden Milk.  It’s one of my favorite ways to enjoy the star of today’s recipe, turmeric. Sometimes I prefer a savory drink to a sweet one, so that’s when I turn to Golden Broth.

As mentioned, turmeric is the big deal in both of these recipes.  Turmeric is a powerful little root.  It gets it beautiful yellow color form curcumin, which not only has anti-inflammatory properties but also has been shown to support joint health and strengthen digestion.

When cooking with turmeric, it’s important to always include black pepper in your preparation.  Piperine (the part of pepper that makes it peppery!) increases the bio-availability of curcumin which means that it will be better absorbed and used by the body.  Good fats from the coconut milk also help with absorption of all this immune system awesomeness!

Ginger and garlic are not only the perfect flavor matches to turmeric, they are also known to have anti-inflammatory properties, making this one amazing cup of soup!

Golden Broth is a savory spin on traditional Golden Milk. Made with well known immune system boosters including turmeric, ginger, and homemade broth, it's the perfect cup for the winter months! | This is so good...I highly recommend making your own broth for this recipe.  It extremely easy, economical, and the taste is amazing!  If you have an Instant Pot, here are some easy-peasy directions for making homemade broth.  No Instant Pot? No worries.  You can make amazing homemade broth in your slow cooker too.  Just don’t have the time to wait for homemade broth?  I highly recommend this store bought version for a totally clean, pastured/grass-fed broth.

Homemade broths are rich in the components of collagen and cartilage (glucosamine and chondroitin) which are helpful for joint health.  Also present in homemade broths is gelatin.  Known as “Nature’s Botox” it’s been shown to promote healthy hair, skin, and nails.  Gelatin is also wonderful for digestive health!

Are you ready to make some Golden Broth?  Head over to Delicious Obsessions for the recipe!  Enjoy!!

Golden Broth is a savory spin on traditional Golden Milk. Made with well known immune system boosters including turmeric, ginger, and homemade broth, it's the perfect cup for the winter months! | This is so good...

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23 Comments:

  1. How often should you drink the broth or milk??

    • Hi Diane,
      Since both Golden Milk and Golden Broth are made from real food ingredients, I see no reason why a cup or bowl a day wouldn’t be fine! Enjoy!!

  2. I love chicken broth flavored with ginger. I haven’t tried turmeric though. Looks like it’s time to try something new!

  3. I love this recipe so much! It’s so creative, I never would have thought of this! I love how beautiful, nourishing and healing this is.

  4. Lovely! I wish I were drinking it right now!

  5. Sounds like a terrific way to get a little turmeric into your daily diet with a cup of broth!

  6. I would never have thought of adding ginger or turmeric but they really add to the nutritional value – thanks!

  7. I love this insightful recipe, so clever, so healthy, so pretty, so nourishing…such a nice variation on the norm! πŸ™‚

  8. I’m starting another batch of bone broth today…definitely giving this recipe a try! Heading over to Delicious Obsessions to jot it down now!

  9. Also…would powdered turmeric work instead of the root? If so, how much would you think to use for this recipe?

    • Thanks! I think powdered turmeric would work just fine. Since the powder is more potent than the root, I’d start with a 1/4-1/2 teaspoon and work up from there. Go with what tastes best to you πŸ™‚ Enjoy!!

  10. such a bright fun color! love it

  11. This looks awesome! I’ve been drinking golden milk more often (using turmeric tea with ginger), so this would be a good way to switch things up, especially in the afternoon when I could use a warming drink.

  12. I have been making my own broth for 20 + years. I found tumeric makes chicken stock/soup taste more full body. I actually save the roasted chicken carcass and use them to make stock. I will never go back to store bought stock or soup. Homemade is so much better!

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