Massel Stock Powders
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Massel Stock Powders
Our salt reduced stock powders are very popular with people watching their sodium intake or those of you simply want to eat a healthier diet.
Massel stock powders are also gluten-free, vegan, and suitable for people with Coeliac Disease. They come in three delicious flavors, a classic vegetable blend, a vegan chicken style stock and a vegan beef style stock.
How to use Massel Stock Powder
Massel stock powders make sensational stocks and broths and tasty soups, stews, and sauces. The granules can also be used as a seasoning for a huge range of dishes and make a great salt substitute. If you use Massel stock powder in your cooking you don’t need to add salt as well, so put more flavor and less salt in your food with Massel.
One canister of stock powder makes 10 liters of stock, so it’s great value for money.
One teaspoon of stock powder makes two cups of stock. Simply add to hot water and stir.
- Substitute for salt in any recipe for a tastier, healthier result.
- Add to baked or stuffed vegetables as a seasoning.
- Add to marinades to flavor and tenderize meats, fish or vegetables.
- Sprinkle on food while barbecuing.
- Baste meat with Massel stock for succulent juicy results.
- Use as a secret ingredient in salad dressing to make the flavors sing.
- Use to make risotto, pilau rice, polenta, paella, quinoa or couscous.
- Add to crumbed coatings for more savory flavor.
- Makes a sensational seasoning for stuffing.
- Add to dips for a bit of extra zing or sprinkle on hot chips.
For more quick dinner ideas and easy healthy recipes using Massel stock powder, including gluten-free and vegan recipes, check out our recipes section.
Top quality ingredients, vegetables, herbs, extra virgin olive oil, and pure sea salt make Massel stock powder a favorite ingredient for home cooks wanting to give their food some extra natural goodness.