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Veggie Broth Mix

Veggie Broth Mix



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Do you buy Veggie Broth? I used to but no longer. Introducing my Veggie Broth Mix. This stuff has made cooking soooo much easier for me.

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One year ago when we first went plant-based I hated giving up the rich flavor I got from my chicken bullion. I switched to the veggie version and was quite happy with that until I learned it contained MSG. Bleck!

Then I switched to a veggie bullion I found at my local Sprout’s but it didn’t provide the same rich flavor I had grown to love. When making soups I’d add plenty of veggie’s but it wasn’t the same, adding nutritional yeast definitely helped the flavor but sometimes I want broth without making a whole pot of soup. My freezer does not have enough space for broth storage.

When cooking for company I’d buy the carton’s of broth but those would get way too expensive. What’s a plant-based cook to do?

Make this broth mix, that’s what (sorry I just had a Junie B. Jones flashback)! It doesn’t have a lot of veggies but it does have a rich flavor that would be a great addition to sauces, soups, or anywhere you would normally use broth.

UPDATE: I’ve been making this Veggie Broth Mix for over 5 years! We still love it! There are a couple of ways to make it that will have an impact on measurements.

Shake, Stir or Food Processor

If you make this by shaking it in a jar, stirring it together or running it through a food processor you will need to use 1 Tablespoon of the mix for EACH cup of water. So if I recipe calls for 6 cups of water, you will use 6 Tablespoons of dry broth mix.

High Powered Blender or Spice Grinder

Some people prefer to make this in their Vitamix, Blendtec or spice grinder. It works really well but the contents get pulverized. Since it is broken down even more you’ll want to use 1 teaspoon of the veggie broth mix for each cup of water. You can always add a little more if needed. It’s hard to say exactly how much you’ll need because each appliance will create a different product.

This Veggie Broth Mix doesn’t have enough salt for me so I usually add more to the finished recipe. I try to keep my recipes low sodium for my readers on a low salt diet.

Veggie Broth Mix

Try this Veggie Broth Mix once and you will be hooked! Keep it on hand and you’ll have the makings of a delicious meal anytime.

Continue to Content Veggie Broth Mix Print Prep Time 5 minutes Total Time 5 minutes Ingredients 3 Tablespoons onion powder

1 Tablespoons garlic powder

1 Tablespoons sea salt

1 teaspoon black pepper

1teaspoon thyme

1 teaspoon paprika

1/2 teaspoon tumeric

1/2 teaspoon parsley flakes

1 cup nutritional yeast Instructions Mix all ingredients together, adjusting for your taste preferences. (If you hate once of these spices simply omit it.) Store in an air tight container. Did you make this recipe? We’d love to see it! Tag us and use #MyPlantBasedFamily!

Use this broth mix by adding 1 Tbsp for each cup of hot water. I like to add extra salt to the finished product. This recipe makes about 1 1/2 cups of dry veggie broth mix when using the food processor or string it together. That’s 24 cups of broth. I haven’t added up the cost but I think it is a much better value that all of the veggie broth I’d been buying.

Use this veggie broth in any recipe. Some of my favorites include Chickpea Noodle Soup, Minestrone Soup, Potato and Kale Soup but it is also incredible mixed in warm noodles, rice or watch it take your favorite casseroles to the next level. For more ideas check out my Recipe Page!

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Veggie Broth can really elevate plant-based diet recipes. Are you looking for a versatile and delicious veggie broth? Try this one!




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