4.2g of fat?
I have a question. Where does the 4.2g of fat come from?
No chopping or waste
Great for bolognaise and stews and casseroles
Prefer the previous frozen smaller chunks
Good for spaghetti Bolognese
Far too heavy on the onions
Great as a soup mix or as a base for stew.
Love it - I make a minestrone or plain veggie soup with it, gives a good base and you can add whatever you like. I use marigold veggie powder to make a stock - you can use chicken soup - and add some pasta - other veggies. Add a tin of tomatoes too. I do this in the morning on a slow light for an hour. You can put it in your processor and make a thick soup, but I like a clearer soup. Couple of pints of stock and I have enough for a two or three of meals. Ideal with a crusty buttered tiger roll !!!
not as good as previous frozen product
As in previous comments bring back Frozen Classic veg base mix great for bulking out and adding extra flavour to mince for shepherds pie spag bol etc
Bring back the veg base mix with the veg cut into tiny pieces, they were so small you could throw a spoonful of them into a pot of noodles and they'd defrost and cook in seconds, veg in bigger chunks needs longer cooking. You think I have time for that???
Ok but prefer the frozen pack
This is ok, but prefer the frozen 1 of these that Tesco used to sell. It is much better. The veg is a lot smaller, so when trying to get veg into fussy eaters they couldn't really see it. This one is more chunky, also it's a smaller bag. The frozen 1 was 600g & I just used what I needed. This is 400g & doesn't separate easy when frozen. Have to defrost it 1st!! Please bring back the frozen pack
Very useful ingredient
Very useful when making a base for stew. It added great flavour to a lovely meal.