I hope everyone has had time to pop into the new Jacksons Real Food Market in Bryanston, Johannesburg. If you haven’t – what are you waiting for?
For me, it has become my one stop shop to stock up on healthy, sugar free and carb free snacks for my six year old – since I’m desperately trying to get him off cereal and sugar and rather on nutrient dense food. The biltong and droewors has also become a regular snack in our house, you won’t find tastier (and healthier) meat products anywhere else.
Since the launch of the new Jacksons in September, I have been consumed by the philosophy of keeping our eating habits real, nutritious and by buying sustainable, pesticide free products has made a world of difference to us. Look, I’m not saying I am going totally vegan – because I still love eating meat, however, I am looking at alternative options where I can learn about where my food comes from and how it makes for a better earth and a better me.
Today, I am sharing a recipe made with exactly those kind of produce. Farmer Angus’ Eggs and Beef Bone Broth are the stars of this comforting and wholesome Egg, Noodle and Beef Bone Broth, and is available for purchase at Jacksons Real Food Market.
I was delighted with how it turned out – and even though it is a dish served hot – with loads of Asian inspired flavors – I found it so nourishing and filling, I didn’t even mind the extra heat from the chili.
This Egg, Noodle and Beef Bone Broth consist of an appetizing broth – made with Farmer Angus’ Beef Bone Broth from grass fed beef bones where he uses an ancient recipe to create this concentrated health elixir. I used fresh chilies, lemongrass, ginger and garlic with a few drops of soy sauce and served it with Superlite Noodles, fresh veggies, Taiwanese coriander and of course a soft boiled egg from Farmer Angus.
If you are a passionate foodie or just someone that wants to know more about where your food comes from, you should definitely read about Farmer Angus and his biodynamic farming operation here.
Are you on the same path as me? Would you like to make better food choices? Let’s support our local farmers that is setting the bar for ethical, sustainable, pesticide free farming in South Africa so that we can all enjoy a happy, healthy life.
This post was sponsored by Jacksons Real Food Market.