Mixed Vegetables for Soup Ingredients: Carrots, potatoes, cabbage, peas, green beans, celery, bell pepper, onion, tomato, parsley. Add 1 cup soup mix to 1-2 quarts liquid water or stock). Add meat if desired, season to taste, simmer about 1/2 hour or until all veggies rehydrate.
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By: HANNA Van Note - Amarillo, TX Dec 13, 2011
Excellent for quick dishes,
The BEST Vegetable mix around
By: Deana Snyder - Mahopac, NY Jan 8, 2012
I have tried other dried vegetable blends and keep coming back to Spices, etc. The quality of their vegetable and combination of the spices is unbeatable. Not only is it perfect in soups, but we also use it to enhance some meat and vegetable dishes.
By: Connie Reynolds - Rio Rancho, NM Jan 25, 2012
Found it to be extremely useful. Great to upgrade an ordinary bowl of raman soup.
By: Marilyn E. Moore - Peabody, MA Mar 26, 2012
sure will save me time - looking forward to trying soon
By: Grace - Asheville, NC Oct 17, 2012
By: kathleen - Arlington, WA Sep 1, 2013
I wouldn't be without cannisters of these veggies. It's great being able to make either a cup of soup or a pot of it and not have to run to the store to buy what I need. It's all right there in one cannister..Living in the country and snowy winters these have been so handy..
Dehydrated mixed veg. for soup
By: John Dooley - Des Moines, IA Nov 4, 2013
Works very well in soup, adds a lot of flavor. Pleased that all veg. flavors were distinct. Will admit that I'm addicted to this stuff & will eat it directly out of the container as a snack
By: John Samples - Fairfield, CA Nov 24, 2014
Makes an excellent stock when boiled then simmered about 2-1/2 hrs. A plus for beef stew. Add the diced dried potatoes and simmer a bit for a real hearty beef stew.
By: Susan Williams - Canton, OH Apr 16, 2015
A bit on the sweet side-too high a proportion of carrots. I'm looking for emergency/camping supplies. I tried it with just water, dried beef jerky, and a bit of beef bouillon. Next time I will add some barley, which has a similar cooking time. More experimentation is needed to come up with the proper blend. It's a good place to start.