AN IMPRESSIVE APPETIZER AND GAME-CHANGING INGREDIENT
A staple of fine dining, these Certified ONYA® Beef Marrow Bones make for a decadent, conversation-worthy appetizer or a richly flavorful ingredient in a steakhouse bone marrow compound butter.
As an Appetizer
• Place bones marrow side up on a cooking sheet
• Season with salt, pepper, and herbs/spices as desired (we're fans of rosemary and diced garlic)
• Bake in the oven or on the grill at 400º until the bone starts to brown and the marrow is soft and spreadable
• Spread across slices of baked French bread and enjoy!
Steakhouse Bone Marrow Compound Butter
• Place bones marrow-side-up on a cooking sheet
• Bake in the oven or on the grill at 400º until the bone starts to brown and the marrow is soft and gelatin-like.
• While the marrow is baking, prepare your compound butter by finely-dicing garlic, shallot, and rosemary.
• Sauté the diced garlic and shallot in butter until caramelized.
• In a bowl, mix softened (room-temp) butter with the marrow, shallot, garlic, and rosemary, adding in a small amount of salt and pepper. (Tip: allow the marrow, shallot, and garlic to cool down before mixing as to avoid melting the butter.)
• Once mixed, scoop the compound butter onto a sheet of plastic wrap and roll into a "log" about 1" in diameter. Place butter log in the fridge to solidify.
• Once your steaks or cuts are finished cooking, place a slice or two of compound butter on top of the beef and lightly tent with aluminum foil. The bone marrow compound butter will slowly melt while the steaks rest, releasing rich, buttery, and mouth-watering flavor across your perfectly-cooked beef.