Trader Joe’s Mirepoix, Chopped Vegetable Mix

This Trader Joe’s mirepoix is a traditional mix of onions, carrots and onions and is used as a base for sauces and dishes. You normally cook it in butter or oil to bring out all the flavors. This is found in the refrigerated section of Trader Joe’s and usually stays fresh for around a week. Obviously it’s a lot better to cut and dice the vegetables yourself if you want them to last longer, but this is a nice convenient option when you’re cooking but don’t want to do all the cutting and dicing prep work. Considering how much it costs to buy the individual veggies, this is actually a pretty economical price at under $3 for 14.5 ounces. And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a shot………….

Minor’s Sauteed Vegetable Base, Instant Vegetable Stock and Base, Mirepoix, Gluten-Free, 16 oz

Future Essentials Canned Dehydrated Mirepoix Mix (6.5 Oz)

  • Traditional mirepoix (pronounced meer-PWAH) with 2 parts onions to 1 part celery and carrots
  • Net Weight: 14.5 oz
  • A blend of carrots, onions and celery used as a base for sauces and dishes

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Mirepoix Trader Joe’s

The produce section at Trader Joe’s can sometimes be hit or miss, but the pre cut veggies and fruits tend to vary a lot from store to store depending on the region of the country. This mirepoix is perfect for when I’m trying to make something super simple and don’t want to buy a bunch of vegetables that I might not fully finish. What is everyone’s favorite recipe or way to use this Trader Joe’s mirepoix? I’m sure many of you use this as a base for a bunch of different dishes, so let me know if you have one or two favorites!…..

Price: $2.99

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  1. My favorite way to use this is saute in olive oil with garlic, add italian seasoning, throw in some home-cooked navy beans, add vegetable stock and a can of diced tomatoes. Fry half a chicken sausage and break up into bits; add to the soup. Finish with a handful of baby kale. Salt and pepper to taste.

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