How to Use Celery, Carrots, and Onion as a Base for Entrees and Soups – One Green Planet

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Using carrots, celery, and onion as a base to a recipe helps add a wonderful flavor and texture to your dish. By cooking these vegetables first, you’re allowing them to soften and release their flavors without browning; this process is called sweating. This base is usually used along with fresh or dried herbs to give a dish a wonderful flavor powerhouse. This medley can be used in roasts, stuffings, and holiday dishes, but also in your everyday cooking.
This blend of vegetables is popular at this time of year because it’s a great starting point for soups and stews, as well. This ingredient spotlight focuses on those sweating vegetables (celery, carrots, and onion) to make an excellent dish that’s both warm and savory.


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These everyday entrees are excellent to make for dinner or if you’re going to have a few friends over during the week. It’s also great to make these if you’ve got a busy week ahead and are looking for a meal or two to leave you with some leftovers to eat for lunch and dinner. These entrees come together easily and use the celery, carrot, and onion base to give the dish a wonderful flavor!
Source: Mushroom Sage Stuffing


This holiday season might look a bit different than past years, but if you’re looking for a wonderful centerpiece to your dinner table, look no further than these meals. From stuffing to lentil loafs, these meals all use the sweating vegetable base to bring out the most flavor possible in your dish.
Source: Blooming Onion with Dipping Sauce


Let’s not forget about sides! Sides are a great addition to your weekly rotation and is a great way to fit in more vegetables in your diet. These dishes don’t use the vegetable base because most times, that base is for entrees than sides. So, these sides focus on what to do with those extra carrots, celery, and onion that you might not have had a plan for. Try out roasting your carrots or even making a blooming onion!
Source: Split Pea Soup
It’s definitely the season for soups, and the sweating vegetable base is perfect for soups. They give the soup a deeper flavor and allow the aromatic herbs and spices to mingle wonderfully together. These soups offer a dynamic flavor profile and can be used both as a starter on a holiday or as dinner during the week!
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