Homemade Vegetable Stock Powder + Very Veggie Chili


How many times have you wanted to make up a good vegetable based soup and haven’t had the stock.  Or you’ve spent $3-4 on vegetable bullion cubes?

Now you can easily make up your own vegetable stock powder that is full of fresh nutrients like Nutritional Yeast and caters to your own tastes.

Click here for the stock  recipe:   Homemade Vegetable Stock Powder

Homemade Powdered Vegetable Stock w/ Nutritional Yeast - from Canned-Time.com

I used my first batch of this wonderful powder to make a base for the Very Veggie Chili below.  It was flavorful and healthy.

Very Veggie Chili - w/ Homemade Vegetable Stock Powder - from Canned-Time.com

Adjust the sodium, flavors and heat to your own liking.  No more lugging home boxes of vegetable stock.  You’re paying for the water in them.

And they’re heavy!  🙂

Homemade Powdered Vegetable Stock w/ Nutritional Yeast - from Canned-Time.com

This little jar takes up a tiny space in my kitchen now compared with boxed stock or frozen homemade stock.  And then there’s the fantastic benefits of the

Nutritional Yeast!!!

Very Veggie Chili

1 Can Black Beans, rinsed

1 Can White Kidney Beans

Homemade Powdered Vegetable Stock w/ Nutritional Yeast - from Canned-Time.com

Mix together a few spices and a couple scoops of Nutritional Yeast for months and months worth of convenient stock base.

2 cups of chopped Cucumber (English preferred)

1 can Tomato Paste

1 small can Diced Tomatoes + 10 fresh ripe Cherry Tomatoes halved

2 Cups of Squash Cubes ( I used 1 Kabosha cooked to fork tender)

2 Cups of Button Mushrooms, sliced

1 Large Onion diced

1/4 Cup Olive Oil or Vegan Butter

1 tsp. Garlic powder or 2 cloves diced

2 Tbs. Homemade Vegetable Stock powder

3 – 5 Tbs. Chili Powder

1/2 tsp. Black Pepper                                                                                                                                                          

1 can Corn

1 Tbs. Italian Seasoning

2 – 3 cups Water

1/2 Cup of Roasted Peanuts, chopped very fine

In a large stock pot, saute Onion and Mushrooms in oil over medium heat until the onions are translucent. 

Add all other ingredients and bring liquid to a boil for 5 minutes.  Reduce to low simmer, cover and let cook for 1 hour.  Serves 4-5.

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12 thoughts on “Homemade Vegetable Stock Powder + Very Veggie Chili

    1. Angela @ Canned Time Post author

      Hey! Just to give you a heads up, I’ve changed my domain to a self hosted site and although it’s still on WordPress, you’ll probably need to ‘re-follow’ Canned-Time.com to get the post updates. If you go to the site, I’ve added an easy click floating “follow” button that should show on the bottom right of the screen. Just click and follow to continue seeing my posts when published. Or you can manually enter the site address in your WordPress options.
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  1. Starr

    I hate buying those powdered mixes (there always seems to be some questionable ingredient), so I’m definitely going to try making my own. Thanks for the link… And that chili looks fantastic! I know what I’m making for suppers this week 🙂

    1. Angela @ Canned Time Post author

      The chili idea came from making the stock but also trying to use up a ton of english cucs we got at Sam’s Club. I had about 5 short ones that were too soft really to use for salads so I cut them up and used them as the predominant veggie in the chili. We kept expecting to taste ‘pickles’ but they were much more like celery. Great use of older veggies. Hope you like it!

    2. Angela @ Canned Time Post author

      Hey! Just to give you a heads up, I’ve changed my domain to a self hosted site and although it’s still on WordPress, you’ll probably need to ‘re-follow’ Canned-Time.com to get the post updates. If you go to the site, I’ve added an easy click floating “follow” button that should show on the bottom right of the screen. Just click and follow to continue seeing my posts when published. Or you can manually enter the site address in your WordPress options.
      Thanks so much for your comments and support. Hope to hear from you soon 🙂

      Angela

    1. Angela @ Canned Time Post author

      Exactly. And I don’t think that the store bought have the nutritional yeast although I’m just getting up to speed with using it. I added dried mushrooms as well per Somer’s suggestion. Really great to have stuff on hand and not have to get to the store!

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    1. Angela @ Canned Time Post author

      Hey! Just to give you a heads up, I’ve changed my domain to a self hosted site and although it’s still on WordPress, you’ll probably need to ‘re-follow’ Canned-Time.com to get the post updates. If you go to the site, I’ve added an easy click floating “follow” button that should show on the bottom right of the screen. Just click and follow to continue seeing my posts when published. Or you can manually enter the site address in your WordPress options.
      Thanks so much for your comments and support. Hope to hear from you soon 🙂

      Angela

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