Vegeta is the absolute market authority in universal food seasonings. It is a combination of vegetables and seasoning herbs and is a must have product! Podravka, in search of a way to enhance and improve the aroma of a meal, created Vegeta in its research laboratory back in 1959. This caused a true culinary revolution!
Vegeta, almost 50 years after the discovery of its original formula, continues to be popular and favored today. Vegeta's secret lies in the fact that it does not dominate the aroma of a meal, but rather adds fullness to it. Simply sprinkle Vegeta over meat to be roasted, food to be BBQ-ed, poultry, fish and other victuals during the preparation stage or add Vegeta to soups, sauces, vegetables, rice and other cooked food 5 minutes before they are done. Your meal will have a stronger aroma and will be much tastier.
Did you know that Vegeta was originally launched in the market as «Vegeta 40»? This name was later changed and it is only a coincidence that Vegeta today is present on precisely 40 global markets. As a bearer of numerous international awards of recognition, the Vegeta brand holds a leading position among the strongest of brands in its region and is considered the number one brand in Europe in the field of universal food seasonings, according to research performed. And did you know that Vegeta, which the world knows as a seasoning, is also the name of a popular action figure found in Japanese comic strips?
Tips from Vegeta's Kitchen
Vegeta has been the number one choice for several generations of housewives and chefs and we suggest that you too give it a try and see for yourself why. Vegeta blends well with salty meals, turning them into unforgettable and irresistibly tasting dishes. When choosing a condiment to flavor your meal, consider not only your own personal preferences but also the characteristics of the victuals and dishes that you are preparing.
Sprinkle Vegeta on roasts, barbecues, poultry and fish prior to cooking or add 1 teaspoon of Vegeta per serving during the last 5 minutes of cooking to enhance the taste of soup, stir-fries, rice, casseroles and vegetables.