30 March 2014

31 Days of MOO No. 30 - MOO Onion Soup Mix

This will make the equivalent of one packet of onion soup mix. I suggest while you have all the herbs and spices out that you make up a few 'packets' by either doubling, tripling or quadrupling the recipe. Store them in clean, dry, glass jars, small Tupperware containers or in ziplock bags.

Onion Soup Mix

3 tablespoons dried onion flakes
1 teaspoon parsley flakes
½ teaspoon onion powder
½ teaspoon turmeric
½ teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon celery salt
¼ teaspoon ground pepper
⅛ teaspoon garlic powder

 Place all ingredients into a small resealable container or bag and shake.

That’s it, onion soup mix  without MSG, thickeners, anti-clumping agents, artificial colours or flavours.

To use as a soup add the mix and 4 cups of cold water to a pot and slowly bring to the boil. Turn the heat down and simmer for 2 minutes.

Use as you would the packet soup in casseroles, meatloaf, rissoles, sauces, gravies, dips etc.

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  1. I wonder if this mix could be adapted to make a MOO noodle seasoning. My daughter loves 2 minute noodles but I don't like her having all the nasties that come in the flavouring. If I could work out a way of making a decent seasoning I could buy the homebrand noodles and tell her to chuck the sachet of rubbish and use a teaspoon of MOO.

  2. My husband loves 2 minute noodles and I feel the same way you do, too many chemicals. I suggested he use the plain noodles from the supermarket (loads cheaper than 2 minute noodles too) and add some MOO gravy mix to them instead of using the sachet. He absolutely LOVES it. He says its WAY better than the sachet that comes with the 2 minute noodles.


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