Chinese Dumpling With Bone Broth

Chinese Dumpling With Bone Broth

Bev Dunne

I’m sure by now we’ve all heard of the health benefits of bone broth. For those that don’t know, bone broth is a nutrient dense stock which is created by cooking up animal bones and connective tissue. Bone broth is generally made from the bones and connective tissue of animals such as chicken, fish or beef.

This highly nutritious broth is both rich in minerals and vitamins, plus essential fatty acids and amino acids. The gelatin found in bone broth is believed to be helpful for our joint health and our gut health.

Even if you don’t suffer from gut problems or you have no issues with joint health, it makes sense to regularly drink bone broth because it is so nutritious.

Below is my scrumptious Bone Broth Dumpling Soup recipe. It is soooo easy to make and super delicious. You must try it!!


Ingredients: 8 cups vegetable or chicken stock; 1 Tbsp Best of the Bone Broth Concentrate Natural; 3 cm piece fresh ginger peeled and grated; 2 Tbsp Spiral Foods Salt Reduced Tamari; 2 Tbsp Niulife Coconut Balsamic Vinegar; 2 tsp toasted sesame oil;1 tsp Natural Road Xylitol; 1 bunch broccolini sliced; 2 carrots thinly sliced; 1 cup sliced mushrooms; 3 shallots sliced; 4 cups baby spinach; 16 XHC Dumplings (Chicken Basil; Tofu Vegetable; Pork Chilli or Wagyu Tomato)

In a pot bring to boil the veg or chicken stock, bone broth, grated ginger, tamari, balsamic vinegar, sesame oil and xylitol. Simmer for approx. 10 to 15 minutes. Add carrots and dumplings. Simmer for 10 minutes. Add broccolini and simmer for further 5 minutes then add sliced mushrooms, sliced shallots and baby spinach. Serve with chopped coriander and chilli paste if desired, for extra flavour.