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Recipes

Vogue's soup & seaoning bases

We at Vogue Cuisine Foods believe in the instinctual ability of the "inner cook". Therefore, the following recipes may be adjusted to taste with a little intuition for equally delicious results.

NEW! Judy Rio's famous Vegebase dip: Judy Rio's famous Vegebase dip is a favorite in the Pacific Northwest.

Quick and Easy: several quick and easy ways to use Vogue Cuisine soup and seasoning bases for stock, soup, sauces, salt substitute, etc.

Thanksgiving Day Tofu: Superb substitute for the traditional Thanksgiving turkey.

Chilled Zucchini-Cumin soup: Delicious chilled zucchini-cumin soup using Vogue Cuisine seasoning bases.

Red Pepper soup: Delicious Red Pepper soup using Vogue Cuisine seasoning bases.

Quick Tofu Bake: Quick & delicious tofu bake

Onion Paste: Quick recipe for delicious onion paste.

Spinach Lentil soup: Delicious Spinach Lentil soup using Vogue Cuisine seasoning bases.

Quick marinated lemon galic Mahi Mahi: Use of Vogue Vegebase and Onion Base to marinate Mahi Mahi.

Check out video recipes

NEW! Video recipe: David uses Vogue Cuisine's Vegebase as seasonings to make Thanksgiving stuffing.

NEW! Video recipe: David makes vegetable spread using Tofu and Vogue Cuisine Vegebase & Vegetarian Chicken as seasonings.

NEW! Video recipe: David uses Vogue Cuisine's Chicken base as seasoning to make delicious cumin zucchini soup.

NEW! Video recipe: Carol uses Vogue Cuisine's Vegebase and Onion Base to flavor broiled salmon. Only need a few minutes in the oven!

Video recipe: Carol uses Vogue Cuisine soup and seasoning bases for very delicious yet simple dishes.

Video recipe: Carol uses Vogue Cuisine soup and seasoning bases to make fresh salad.

Video recipe: Carol uses Vogue Cuisine soup and seasoning bases, together with olive oil and balsamic vinegar, to create delicious instant salad dressing.

Video recipe: Carol uses Vogue Cuisine Onion Base to create instant low sodium and gluten free onion dip.

Video recipe: Carol uses Vogue Cuisine Vegebase Vegetable Base on Thanksgiving stuffing.

Video recipe: Carol uses Vogue Cuisine Onion Base to add flavor to Thanksgiving turkey.

Video recipe: Carol uses Vogue Cuisine Onion base and Vegetarian Chicken base to create gravy for simmering tofu.

Video recipe: Carol uses Vogue Cuisine's Vegebase Vegetable base on popcorn.

Video recipe: Carol makes turkey and white bean stew, and uses Vogue Onion base and Vogue Chicken base.

Video recipe: Carol uses Vogue Cuisine's Onion Base and Vegebase Vegetable Base as seasonings for cooking fresh green vegetables.

Video recipe: Carol uses Vogue Cuisine's Vegetarian Chicken as seasonings on grilled salmon.

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Some recipes using Vogue's bases found on the Internet:

Intuitive Soup: "I am currently on a low-sodium diet, so most bouillon options and broths from the store are out for me. I do like Vogue veggie base though, which is a vegan vegetable broth powder available at Whole Foods and probably other places, too." Same author also posted a recipe for Stuffed Pepper Soup using VegeBase.

Heathy vegetable bouillon finally: "I was shopping at my local Fred Meyer's this morning and found VegeBase, by Vogue Cuisine. I hate buying the containers of vegetable broth because I end up not using them quickly enough and wasting money by throwing them out... It makes a tasty veggie broth. I think this one is a keeper."

Elbow Noodle Soup: "This is a soup with a vegetarian chicken base, celery, carrots, onions, kale, tofu, and whole wheat elbow noodles... I use Vogue base... I think it is labeled 'vegetarian chicken' because it has the same seasonings that many people would use for a chicken flesh or broth soup."

Good ole beef stew in the crockpot: "I added 2 T of Vogue Cuisine Instant Beef Flavored Base to the water, and I thought that it was good. I also use their vegetarian chicken-flavored base..."

Check out more recipes using Vogue's bases from the internet.
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