A thermodynamic consistency test applicable to high pressure binary gas-solid mixtures is extended to ternary mixtures containing a compressed gas and two solid solutes. A high pressure mixture containing carbon dioxide as solvent and two chemically similar solutes (2,3 dimethylnaphthalene and 2,6 dimethylnaphthalene) and a high pressure mixture containing carbon dioxide as solvent and two chemically different solutes (capsaicin and β-carotene), are considered in the study. Several sets of isothermal solubility data for binary and ternary mixtures are considered in the study. The Peng-Robinson equation of state with the mixing rules of Wong and Sandler have been employed for modeling the solubility of the solid in the case of binary mixtures, while the classical van der Waals mixing rules were used for modeling the ternary mixtures containing two solid solutes. Then the proposed thermodynamic consistency test has been applied. The results show that the thermodynamic test for ternary mixtures can be applied with confidence determining consistency or inconsistency of the experimental data used.