any MSG free recipes and substitutes for bouillon used to make my own, as the homemade recipes all contain flavored granules or bouillon which contain MSG
MSG free substitute for bouillon or granules used in cooking
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What I have done is that one time while making chicken stock life got in the way and the stock boiled down way too much. I strained the stock and figured I would set it in the fridge and add water the next day to make the stock for canning. The next day after pulling out the small amount of stock I noticed that it was so geled but in tasting it it was so concentrated that I reheated it poured it into a 9 by 13 cake pan and put back in the fridge. The next day flipped the pan over onto wax paper cut into 1″ squares laid them back onto a cookie sheet and popped them into the freezer. The next day took those out and put into freezer bags. Now I have homemade bouillon cubes to use. And the best part is I know what all went into them! Hope this helps! I am not sure but you probably could spread onto parchment paper and dehydrate to make a dried version. This is on my to try list.
On August 9, 2015 at 10:31 pm