3 Reviews

Mirepoix was listed as an ingredient in another recipe I wanted to make, and I'd never heard of it, so I was happy to find this recipe explaining exactly what it is and how to use it. I appreciate the clear directions and information regarding how it's used differently for beef, pork, chicken, fish, and vegetable stock. In response to the previous 1-star review (which seemed rather extreme): the recipe description does say, "Stock is a flavored liquid made by simmering roasted bones and aromatics in water. Please note that this is not a recipe designed to make stock, itself, but rather just introduces mirepoix basics." As with the recipe that brought me here, I think you'll find specific cooking directions elsewhere. This one just tells you how to make the recipe ingredient called mirepoix.

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TapestryThreads January 14, 2014

This recipe didn't explain what to do with the ingredients once they were sliced up...

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chefyl December 27, 2013