Mike's Beef Bone Marrow Appetizer
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Mike's Beef Bone Marrow Appetizer

I adore the fact that my 7 and 8 year old culinary students are so adventurous! Today my 7 year olds wanted to try their hands at making a bone marrow appetizer with crostinies for their parents dinner this evening, as well as themselves.

Their results were incredible! Great work kiddos! These were SO rich and SO delectable! Know that the easy lemon parsley salad you create is much needed and will cut the richness of the marrow by half. This is absolutely a death row meal of mine. This is also a definite, "must try once," recipe!

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Ingredients

4 servings
  1. 4-3 " Beef Marrow Bones [per person]
  2. ● For The Roasted Marrow
  3. Dash Fresh Ground Black Pepper
  4. Dash Worchestershire Sauce
  5. Dash Granulated Garlic
  6. Dash Fresh Rosemary
  7. Dash Fresh Thyme
  8. Dash Sea Salt [go easy if using salt blocks]
  9. ● For The Bread
  10. 1 Loaf Baguette Bread [toasted - 4 - 1" slices per person]
  11. ● For The Parsley Salad
  12. as needed Fresh Parsley [1/4 cup per person]
  13. as needed Fresh Lemon Juice
  14. to taste Fresh Ground Black Pepper
  15. ● For The Additions
  16. as needed Fresh Chilled Lemon Wedges

Method

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    Heat oven to 425° Season bones and marrow with everything in the ● Roasted Marrow section.

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    Roast for 7 to 10 minutes depending upon bone size.

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    At the same time, slice your plain baguette bread into 1" slices and place in the oven for 3 minutes - or, until browned and crispy.

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    In the meantime, create your easy, tangy parsley salad. Mix and refrigerate. Slice your chilled lemons as well.

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    Place hot roasted bones, crispy crostinis, chilled lemon wedges and parsley salad directly on individual Himalayan Sea Salt blocks for serving.

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    Nom nom nom!

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    Enjoy!

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