I haven't shared any recipes here on the blog in quite some time; mainly because I haven't been creating anything original. I've still been whipping up fantastic meals using a bunch of really wonderful recipes. In my last post, I showed you the some of the things I ate while doing the 10-Day Detox. All of those meals were very flavorful since they used lots of fresh herbs, spices, and very little salt.
During the detox, every day for lunch I had a bowl of soup with a side of protein. Instead of spending oodles of money buying boxes of broth, I made my own broth using Massel bouillons. Not only was it cheaper, but it really kicked up the flavor since Massel uses premium vegetables and herbs, extra virgin olive oil and pure sea salt from the Great Southern Ocean, the cleanest ocean in the world.
I didn't stop with the soups. I sprinkled some of the Massel powdered bouillon over vegetables sautéing and used the liquid stock while simmering stir-fry since it's so incredibly versatile. What I really love about Massel is that you can use it as a seasoning while cooking. It will boost the flavor of your dish without adding a loads of sodium since Massel does not add MSG to their products.
Besides being gluten free, check out the other great qualities of Massel products:
- Suitable for people with Celiac Disease
- Trans fat-free
- No added MSG
- Made using GMO free ingredients
- Kosher certified
To top that all off, Massel is pretty active in the health and wellness community. They are a sponsor for the Celiac Disease Foundation and are celebrating Celiac Disease and Awareness Month.
Together with Erica from Celiac and the Beast they are hosting a Twitter party on Wednesday, May 14th at 8pm (Eastern). Follow @masselbouillon, @celiacbeast and hashtag #CATB to join the conversation.
Additionally they are partnering with Tess Masters aka The Blender Girl, for her upcoming book tour. Tess had loads of recipes for gluten free and vegan soups, smoothies, and more!
Have you tried Massel bouillon? How did you use them?
Massel bouillon and seasoning sponsored this post and provided me with products to use in the recipes; however, the opinions I share in this post are my own.