Seasoning mixes better with meat than vegetables


June 14, 2000|By Joanne E. Morvay

Item: Wyler's Shakers Instant Bouillon and Seasoning

* Cost: About $3

* Preparation time: Just sprinkle on meat, vegetables, rice and other foods

* Review: Like most bouillon, Wyler's new seasoning mixes are high in sodium and you definitely taste it. That's not to say they're bad. But I recommend ignoring the measurements on the package and shaking the seasoning out slowly, according to your taste. I tried the Southwest Chicken and Herb and the Beef and French Onion flavors on rice and vegetables as Wyler's suggests. The results were a bit overpowering. Added to meat, they fared better. Sprinkle some on plain chicken breasts bex fore you grill or add a bit to your usual meatloaf for a nice change of taste.

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