By Angela Curtis on November 05, 2003
Photo by gailanng
Photo by gailanng
"In general when a recipe calls for Kitchen Bouquet I use soy sauce. However, I found a roast recipe this wouldn't be appropriate for, and therefore found this recipe on the internet (www.recipegoldmine.com). To be honest, the first time I made this I didn't even follow the instructions, I just tossed some brown sugar in a pan, melted it and added water. But it worked fine. So I hope this is useful to whoever wants it."
Serving Size: 1 (584 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"this is NOT Kitchen Bouquet, which includes many spices and flavors. Kitchen Bouquet adds robustness and flavor to stews, sauces and gravies. This may have it's uses but do not think it can replace Kitchen Bouquet in recipes!"
"OH WOW!! If I could, I'd give this 10 stars! I use Kitchen Bouquet a lot, and now I can make it myself!! We love it as a broiling sauce for hamburgers!"
"This was really interesting. I didn't know that there really is something like this. Thank you for enlightening me!"
"Go slow, use your olfactory and if it's telling you it's burning, take it off the fire. It's best not to let it get to the melting point, but to remain granular; otherwise your kitchen will nowhere smell like a bouquet. Ask me how I know."
"As theprevious reviewer, I also have not heard of the recipe before I saw it in recipe#607. I turned out excellent and I ended up using the whole recipe!!"
"Perfect! I had never heard of Kitchen Bouquet until I went to make Recipe #47957. This worked like a charm! Thanks so much!!"
"My grandmother has always sworn by this stuff for gravies and stews. Now I can make my own in the quantity needed without having to buy a bottle at the store and have it sit in my cupboard forever!It is great to have this recipe!"