Enjoy delicate broths, hearty sauces and tasty bouillons from Schmidt in Nuremberg. In keeping with our Franconian tradition, we make delicious gravies and soups, just like our grandparents used to make.
Instant broths are so welcome in every kitchen, because they make cooking much faster, and, with high quality broths like ours, they taste so delicious!
Broths from Schmidt
We offer various tasty broth products, from the classic vegetable broth to the fine bouillon, all made with the finest vegetables, or meat. And the great thing about broths is that they contain little or no fat and are particularly low in calories, so perfect as a fortifying snack when fasting or dieting.
We have the following products on offer for you:
Delicate vegetable broth, individually or in a pack of three, also suitable for vegan cooking
Delicate chicken broth, perfect for dishes with poultry and white meat
Delicate beef broth, strong and spicy, for delicious dark meat dishes
Organic vegetable broth, with no flavour enhancers
Broths: for more variety in the kitchen
A delicious broth can be more than just the base for soups. It adds a subtle or strong flavour to any dish and is used by many cooks as seasoning. In our test kitchen, we are always trying out new uses for our broths, and here are the most popular:
Refine your sauces with the addition of broth. The perfectly matched ingredients provide a delicious taste without the need to use multiple seasonings. Vegetable broth or chicken broth is perfect for light sauces, while dark sauces are best seasoned with beef broth.
Just mix a teaspoon of vegetable broth with a little olive oil and water - and you have a delicious dressing for your green salad. Add the broth to potato salad, too, or experiment with other ingredients like mustard or honey.
Casseroles and stews
All stews and casseroles can be enhanced with a good broth. Again, season light dishes with vegetable broth or chicken broth, and dark ones with beef broth. A little beef broth can also give a light casserole a very special flavour. Try it out!
hether it's Bolognese sauce or carbonara, you can create wonderful flavour variations with broths for classic Italian dishes, too, with no effort at all.
Broth or bouillon - what's the difference?
Actually, there is no difference, bouillon is simply the French word for broth. But in German-speaking countries, the term bouillon has come to mean meat broths, especially beef broths, which are also known as Kraftbrühen.