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N ° 2 house seasoning broth

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N ° 2 house seasoning broth


Chose promise, chose due. Here is the broth n ° 2, after the 1 that you have plebiscited. Lire here.

I like homemade seasonings, the aromatic blends that coat my meats and fish, which serve me like pestos for my pasta, which sublimate my sauces or my sandwiches. I complete them with drier spices to enhance my dishes if necessary.




I now offer you an absolutely tasty anti-waste recipe


" Nothing is lost, everything is changing »

I cooked a few weeks ago, a magnificent Chakalaka which I will soon tell you about and share the recipe. What remained were organic carrot peelings and half a red pepper.

I also had in the fridge, a large bunch of forgotten parsley and its stems that were starting to turn yellow, half a dozen flat green beans and finally a large green leek that was threatening to wilt.

And neither of a, nor two, I made a succulent homemade seasoning broth from it.

Those who know me know that I only use salt for my cooking. Yes, quality salt. And which contributes to give even more taste to my dishes, these are my homemade broths. It's one of Mom's secrets, Emeritus stove if it were. Here I share one version of its “Ball” ; its condiments/seasonings.

For this second sharing, I offer a delicious anti-waste homemade broth



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N ° 2 house seasoning broth


What you need

– 2 big onions

– 7 d & rsquo cloves garlic

– Half a bunch of parsley, washed and drained (with the stems)

– 1 large green leek

– 1/2 flat green beans (optional)

– ½ red pepper

– The skin of 6 organic carrots

– Of sea salt **

– Sunflower oil, + or -150 g** (or another oil of your choice)

– About 150 g of water


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Realization of the recipe

– Clean the vegetables and roughly chop them

– Mix them finely with water

– Cook them with salt to your liking, during about 10 minutes over high heat and covered. Add 150 g sunflower oil or another oil, adjust seasoning, let it cook again 5 minutes and it's ready.


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Tips / Advice / Variants

*With my homemade broths, nous consommons des légumes indirectement tous les jours 😉

*I also use my homemade seasoning broths to marinate meats, Pisces, seafood. A great helper for barbecues. They serve me dip sauces of all kinds and sometimes play the role of pestos, spreads and hummus, when I add ground seeds to them. They also give flavor to starches and vegetables

*You can double or even triple the quantities. Keep some in a glass container in your refrigerator for about 1 month and the rest in ice cube trays or freezer bags to use as bouillon cubes whenever you need them

* All seasonal vegetables are good to use (hub, carrot, zucchini, pumpkin, pumpkin, aubergine, fennel…)

**Iodized salt, much better for your health. Salt plays its role not only as a flavor enhancer, but also a preservative just like the oil and the cooking


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