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German Stock Concentrate


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Ingredients

500 g

veggies

  • 100 gram leek
  • 100 gram carrots
  • 100 gram onions
  • 100 gram parsley
  • 50 gram celeriac
  • 50 gram celery leaf
  • 1-2 cloves garlic
  • 150 gram salt
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place all Veggies in the TM bowl, chop it to the consistency how course or fine you want it on speed 8-9. Then add the salt. Fill it in a jar and keep it in the fridge.

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Tip

You can use any veggies or herbs, spices like chillie or ginger or what ever you like, like beetroot leaves, cabbage, leek roots, spinach....... just make sure that you always have 500g veggies to 150 g salt. If you want to add more garlic you also have to wigh it.


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  • Sorry that I didn't answer

    Submitted by krautermix on 9. March 2014 - 21:31.

    Sorry that I didn't answer earlier. I call it German Stock because the basic recipe was created by Thermomix in Germany already in the last century. I just changed the the 5 basic ingredients into about 20 different ones what I use. 

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  • This is how the Germans make

    Submitted by krautermix on 4. February 2014 - 19:03.

    This is how the Germans make their stock concentrate  tmrc_emoticons.) So I called it "German Stock Concentrate". However - looking at the list of ingredients, they seem to be fairly international. I'm sure, the Australian veggies will do just fine. 

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  • This is how the Germans make

    Submitted by krautermix on 4. February 2014 - 19:03.

    This is how the Germans make their stock concentrate  tmrc_emoticons.) So I called it "German Stock Concentrate". However - looking at the list of ingredients, they seem to be fairly international. I'm sure, the Australian veggies will do just fine. 

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  • Why is this called German

    Submitted by yesplease72 on 9. November 2013 - 11:39.

    Why is this called German Stock Concentrate?

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