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History of Knorr

Knorr® Bouillon cube was introduced in 1912 (Bouillon is broth in French) which became an instant hit in the world of cookery. Families could now enjoy delicious meals at home without making stock from scratch. Carl Heinrich’s dedication and passion lives on through our Knorr® Chefs and today Knorr® products are available around the world.

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History of Knorr

Knorr® Bouillon cube was introduced in 1912 (Bouillon is broth in French) which became an instant hit in the world of cookery. Families could now enjoy delicious meals at home without making stock from scratch. Carl Heinrich’s dedication and passion lives on through our Knorr® Chefs and today Knorr® products are available around the world.

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INGREDIENTS

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  • 2 Bread pieces
  • ½ bowl Capsicum
  • ½ bowl Green peas
  • ½ bowl Tomato, 1 bowl Cheese
  • ½ bowl Knorr Tomato Ketchup
  • 1 tbspn Garlic
  • 1 tbspn Olive oil

method

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  • Toast two leftover bread pieces both sides.
  • Saute onion, tomato and capsicum, green peas in olive oil and garlic.
  • Add the seasoning and keep it aside.
  • Apply olive oil on toasted bread. Spread the Knorr Tomato Ketchup on top.
  • Now add the vegetables on top.

INGREDIENTS

  • 2 Bread pieces
  • ½ bowl Capsicum
  • ½ bowl Green peas
  • ½ bowl Tomato, 1 bowl Cheese
  • ½ bowl Knorr Tomato Ketchup
  • 1 tbspn Garlic
  • 1 tbspn Olive oil


method

  • Toast two leftover bread pieces both sides.
  • Saute onion, tomato and capsicum, green peas in olive oil and garlic.
  • Add the seasoning and keep it aside.
  • Apply olive oil on toasted bread. Spread the Knorr Tomato Ketchup on top.
  • Now add the vegetables on top.

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