Knorr Vegetable Stock Cubes Reviews
Product Type: Knorr Spices & Seasoning
Description:Brand: Knorr / Type: Other Vegetables / As every cook knows the secret is in the stock.
Newest Review: ... makes me a jug of stock water that can be put into my soup. I think that the Knorr cubes are good for making other things ... more
by - written on 30/10/12
This is just the thing you need to add to your stews, casseroles and hotpots if you want all the flavour without any of the fuss of having to make your own stock, they are just like homemade, really easy to use without having to crumble them in or anything, you just drop them in and let them release all thier flavour, wonderful full flavour and they are made with all natural ingredients, what more could you ask for
by mary - written on 21/09/12
I bought these as the only ones in the shop. I thought they might be better than oxo. They contain sugar, vegetables do not need sugar. That's is a batch of split pea soup and a lentil dahl spoilt. The four remaining cubes are in the bin. The sweet ingriedients are Sugar, caramelised sugar, maltodextrose, dextrose. 1.9gram in total in 100ml of stock. that is about half a teaspoonful in a 100ml. If you dont take any sugar in drinks that is sweet! Yuk
by David - written on 07/02/11
I'm appalled by the fact thatthey are marketed as 'vegetable'...yet they contain beef.
by - written on 07/12/09 (Very useful, 467 readings)
The brand of stock cubes that I normally buy is the Knorr cubes as I think they have the best flavour and I like the way they add a little more taste to my cooking than just using plain seasoning. I recently bought a box of the Knorr cubes as it is the right time of year for me to start making broths and soups and the Knorr cubes are the brand that I like to use. I paid £1.20 for a box of eight Knorr vegetable cubes from my local mini-market. The packaging is quite nice looking and it is quite eye catching as it is a bright yellow coloured box that contains the stock cubes. Each of the cubes has a green and silver foil wrapper on it so I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/08 (Very useful, 4248 readings)
I bought a pack of 8 Knorr Vegetable Stock Cubes to use as a base for cauliflower and potatoes soup. They cost me £1.25 in our local shop. The cubes themselves are individually wrapped in green and silver foil but the inside of the wrapper is made of non stick paper so that the wrapping doesn't stick to the stock cube. The packet is flat and yellow with green writing and the Knorr logo. Each cube weighs 10g and contains: Salt Vegetable oil Potato starch Yeast extract Carrot Parsley Onion Celery Tomato Red pepper Caramel Leek Turmeric ....plus various flavour enhancers and ... Read the complete review