Learn how to make mirepoix—which is a mix of onion, celery, and carrot typically used to start soups and sauces—and store it in the fridge or freezer.
– Carrots: I use traditional full-size carrots when I prep mirepoix, though any type would work. – Celery – Onion: I prefer yellow onion, but white onion would work the same here.
Peel and trim the vegetables. Discard the ends (or save the scraps to simmer in water to make an easy veggie broth.)
Dice finely. (If you want the vegetables to be more finely chopped, you can also grind them in a food processor.)
Add some of each vegetable to a freezer bag or storage container. Store and use as desired in recipes.
Click the link below to see the full recipe and recipe ideas to use the mirepoix with.