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Written on: 28/04/2012
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Written on: 30/05/2011 by gcrobinson (1 review written)
I discovered this product in the hotel I stayed at in Interlaken Switzerland in 1984 and since then having sourced it at my local supermarket(s) my house has never been without a pot or two of it and I use it on everything; scrambled eggs, salads, fish, vegetables, meat, toasted cheese... The list is endless. Try it, you'll like it. (There are one or two ingredients that might be iff'y for some; Lactose, Celery and Wheat Starch, besides MSG (Monosodium Glutamate)). As far as the MSG is… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/03/2010
Fantastic, try it on cheese on toast. Toast one side of the bread, add cheese and splash of Lea & Perrins,(no need for butter) place under grill, when almost melted, spread the cheese around a little and add a 'good' sprinkling of Aromat, place back under grill till bubbly. Remove from grill and eat.......delicious! (No need for salt!)… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/11/2009
People love this product, Knorr Aromat, particularly in Switzerland where it is used very heavily in all kinds of prepared foods. In down-market restaurants and some homes you often see adults and children dousing everything they eat with it. Actually they are addicted to the key ingredient, monosodium glutamate (aka as flavour enhancer, MSG, sodium caseinate ... ) which falsely exaggerates the taste of food so that addicts find the natural tastes of fresh food too bland. Swiss food labelling… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/12/2006 by 2bhonest (1 review written)
You really can use this stuff on any savoury 'starved' food. VG for soups and added to home made salad dressing… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/11/2006 by bakedbeanqueen (54 reviews written)
Knorr Aromat has been a family favourite for years although quite where we discovered it, I do not know. However we have bought it consistently for a long time now and I add it to just about every food that I eat!
It has an aromatic (hence the name) and a mildly spicy flavour with a salty taste. I add it to eggs on toast, baked beans, salads, vegetables and often use it instead of salt as a condiment on ready meals & cooked vegetables.
I recommend that everyone try it, as for 86p, it's a… Read Full Review
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