Home Recipes Make instant vegetable broth yourself - this is how it works

Make instant vegetable broth yourself – this is how it works

For seasoning or a quick warm meal: Instant vegetable broth should always be in the house. Ready-made broth from the supermarket, however, contains many ingredients that we would actually like to do without. That’s why we show you here how you can easily make them yourself:

Why is homemade instant vegetable stock healthier?

Those who prepare their vegetable broth from fresh ingredients decide for themselves what goes in. Ready-made products often contain artificial additives such as aromas and flavor enhancers, e.g. B. Glutamate. Even organic products often contain yeast extract to enhance the taste. You can also get a great spicy taste with natural ingredients!

With our recipe, you can now easily make your own vegetable broth – without flavor enhancers and Co. It’s that easy!
Instant vegetable broth – the ingredients
Ingredients for 4 glasses of 250 ml each:

  • 2 leeks
  • 1 celeriac
  • 3 large carrots
  • 4 red onions
  • 6 cloves of garlic
  • 1 bunch of parsley
  • 1 bunch of lovage
  • 1 bunch of chives
  • 1 bed of garden cress
  • 150 g of salt

This is how you make instant vegetable broth yourself

Clean and wash the leek, celeriac, and carrots and cut them into large pieces. Peel and roughly chop onions and garlic cloves. Wash the parsley, lovage, chives, and cress, shake dry and roughly chop.
Combine all ingredients in a blender or by hand blender puree and stir in 150 g of salt. Pour the vegetable-herb mix into clean, hot-rinsed glasses and close tightly.

How long can instant broth keep?

The grainy broth can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 12 months. Perfect for always having a few glasses in stock. The homemade broth is also ideal as a gift from the kitchen. Especially when you accept a spontaneous invitation and just have to reach into the fridge for a moment for the gift.

How do you use instant vegetable broth?

The instant vegetable broth is ideal for seasoning soups, stews, and sauces or for preparing a quick, warming broth in the cup. 1-2 tsp is enough for approx. 500 ml of liquid. Simply pour boiling water over it, stir and let it steep for a moment.

Most Popular

Tomato chutney – it’s that easy

Are you a fan of Indian chutneys? Then try our tomato chutney! Whether with fresh bread, grilled meat, curries, or spicy cheese...

Potato soup – the do-it-yourself recipe

Potato soup is grandma's favorite home-style food that we have enjoyed since childhood. All you need for our basic recipe are down-to-earth...

Make pesto yourself – recipes and tips

The classic from Italian cuisine is not only easy to make yourself but also really versatile - whether with fresh pasta, gnocchi,...

Make instant vegetable broth yourself – this is how it works

For seasoning or a quick warm meal: Instant vegetable broth should always be in the house. Ready-made broth from the supermarket, however,...

Recent Comments