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Gris Gris
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?

Just omit it if you don't like it. I love it.


LSUCreole
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
3 part shallots
2 part bell peppers
1 part celery
1 part garlic

Depending on the dish green onion added at the end


bbqguy
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
50% chopped onions
25% chopped celery
25% chopped RED bell peppers
Garlic to taste depending on dish

I quit using green bell peppers a long time ago. They tend to be bitter and they give me indigestion.
The garlic is purely on a per dish basis, some are better than others with more garlic in them. I find a pork roast needs a lot of garlic in the gravy, beef not as much.


Neauxla
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
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3 part shallots
snob


jeepfreak
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
It's all personal preference, but I go heavier on onions and celery than most people. I usually go 3 parts onion & celery and 1 part bell pepper.


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LSUAfro
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
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I have a question. I really dislike the taste of celery, would substituting be a total sin? What could I sub with?

You won't get that celery taste when it's cooked down. Don't hesitate to cook with it or in stocks. Celery is rich in umami. It just adds depth to your stocks and sauces.


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Stadium Rat
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
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I quit using green bell peppers a long time ago. They tend to be bitter and they give me indigestion

America's Test Kitchen agrees with you. They recommend red bell peppers for better flavor.


LSUAfro
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
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America's Test Kitchen agrees with you. They recommend red bell peppers for better flavor.

I use both. I like a little bite from the green and a little sweetness from the red.


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Tommy Patel
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
depends on the dish, I like more BP in redbeans, I like less celery in etouffee. 2:1:1 is basic I guess.

Mirepoix is another story


Bear Is Dead
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
I actually sub seeded jalapeno for bell pepp now


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Zach
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
Not a big celery fan so I often leave it out:

2 yellow onions
1 bunch green onions
1 red bell pepper
garlic

edit: The red bell pepper not only tastes better but it breaks up the green combo of green onions and green bell peppers for nicer color.
This post was edited on 1/9 at 9:52 am


bdevill
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?

50% onion, 35% bell pepper, 15% celery


Rohan2Reed
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
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snob


well this is a first. shallots are now "snobby." brilliant.


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LSUAfro
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
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50% onion, 35% bell pepper, 15% celery
About what I probably usually end up.


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LSUCreole
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
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snob


The frick?


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Count Chocula
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
I use the 1 - 0 - 0 ratio

1 onion

0 bellpepper

0 cellery


And yes, for everything


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LSUTygerFan
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
damn, i thought it was equal parts onion,celery,bell pepper?


Dave Worth
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
1 onion
1 bell pepper
4-5 stalks of celery

Assuming they're all decent sized, it probably works out to 40% onion, 35% bell pepper and 25% celery.

For most things I make a double batch, so double my trinity above.


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alajones
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
1 onion
1 bell pepper
1/2 bunch of celery
2 cloves garlic.


Whenever I chop it up I always chop extra and put it in the freezer.


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alajones
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re: What is Your Normal Trinity Ratio?
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The red bell pepper not only tastes better but it breaks up the green combo of green onions and green bell peppers for nicer color.
I agree. I sub orange and red for green all the time.

Looks really good in Jambalaya also.


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