No.4 Refogado :: Make your meals marvelous. Rich, savory and aromatic a blend to add pizazz.
No.4 Refogado Description
"I use these ingredients all the time, but my onions, tomatoes, and garlic don't taste like this, Yum!" We hear this all the time. These three ingredients are the cornerstone of Portuguese cooking. They are like magic together, enchanting your meals with just a scoop. We help you get that mouthwatering richness with this blend.
Bloom No.4 Refogado and add it to your grilled cheese sandwiches, add it to your baked potatoes, your pizza sauce, or tofu scramble. We have even tried it in our favorite savory baked goods like scones and crackers.
Ingredients: Dehydrated and Milled
- Organic Onions
- Organic Tomatoes
- Organic Garlic
Premium Barrier Packs: 14 - 1 tsp. servings
Bulk Packs: 28 - 1 tsp. servings
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Directions Add 1+ tsp. to your dish as you cook or create a spread by blooming the blend. How Do I Bloom Oomph?
Oomph was just what I needed to give my tomato jam the POW that it needed!
Refogada is probably my favorite blend! When I first started using, mostly it was on my eggs in the morning and the flavor added was amazing. Now I put it on garlic bread, sauces, egg salad, potato salad…just about anything that could use a boost! I’m not much of a cook so this has made all the difference in the world!
So easy to add great flavor to almost anything- just sprinkle it on veggies or pasta or eggs or anything else you want to taste more exciting!
I experimented with multiple dishes and loved how the addition of the oomph blend added flavor. A favorite of mine was eggs in the morning with butter. Another tasty use was a dash of No. 4 in beans!