- 1kg bulk tub
- Long expiration dates
Dissolve in boiling water. Makes 40 litres. Gluten free. No added MSG. Bisto Beef Bouillon Paste is perfect when you require a quality beef stock. It is an ideal ingredient for creating soups, gravies, sauces, pies, casseroles and a wide variety of beef-based dishes. Bring the hearty taste and rich aroma of Bisto to every meal. So Why Not Try Bisto Bouillon pastes in the following flavours: Chicken, Ham and Vegetable – they’re all deliciously versatile
Vegetable Oils (Rapeseed, Palm, Sunflower),Yeast Extract (Yeast Extract (contains Wheat), Salt, Maltodextrin),Salt,Potato Starch,Maltodextrin,Flavourings,Cornflour,Sugar,Beef Extract (2.4%),Colour (E150c),Ground Celery Seed
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This pack makes approximately 40 litres
Prepare and Use
So Tasty… …Try these simple ideas: Great for slow cooking, adding depth to the flavour as the meat becomes tender As a base for classic beef dishes, such as Beef Bourguignon With caramelised onions in a French Onion soup Amount of Bisto Bouillon Paste: 25g, Amount of Water (Litres): 1, Suggested Number of Servings: 10 Amount of Bisto Bouillon Paste: 125g, Amount of Water (Litres): 5, Suggested Number of Servings: 50 Amount of Bisto Bouillon Paste: 250g, Amount of Water (Litres): 10, Suggested Number of Servings: 100 So Easy… Pour 1 litre of boiling water into a measuring jug, add 1 dessert spoon (25g) of Bouillon Paste and stir until dissolved.
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