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Makes about 10 cups. Store mixture in clean glass jars with tight-fitting lids. Good for chicken, pork, canned potatoes, and mashed potato puffs. You can remove the quantity of shake and bake you need for a recipe and then add some garlic powder,onion powder, thyme or any seasonings you like, for variety. Directions are given for chicken; adjust the baking time according to the thickness of the meat you are using.

Recipe #108410

This is a great mix for filling jars for gift-giving at Christmas, or any time! You may also fill little celophane bags that you find in craft stores,and tie them with pretty, festive ribbons. Any way you go, it's sure to please someone! This is a delicious mix, so you may as well make some for yourself too! Note: This makes about 4 cups. I made this last Christmas, and used Splenda in some of them and it's great.

Recipe #426776

1 Reviews |  By Olha

Simply stirred in a mug or processed until frothy, this fragrant hot beverage is sure to please. Include this mix in the Good Neighbour gift basket. Make sure you give directions below.

Recipe #149075

This taco seasoning is just perfect! I make three or four batches at a time and put them in ziploc bags for convenience. Once you try this you'll never buy a packet of taco seasoning at the grocery store again! MSG gives me a headache, so years ago I went on a quest for a great taco seasoning recipe. This is what I found (I just don't remember where). This will season a pound of ground whatever (or a bag of Morningstar Farms Veggie Crumbles- nobody will ever know it's meat-free). Hope you like it!

Recipe #244839

I found this recipe when I was searching for an ingredient on the internet

Recipe #327182

This recipe mix is as close as I could make to the original! =) Easy to make with spices from your cupboard and no salt!

Recipe #69629

Posted in response to a request.

Recipe #149886

Recipe #52

I have a co-worker that is addicted to those hot cafe mocha drinks...So for Christmas, last year, I decided to make them their own 'instant' mix...I even bought a 60 oz 'coffee-themed' container (that came with it's own TBSP measure) for them to store it in! A few TBSP of the 'mix' and some hot water and voila! Cafe Mocha!

Recipe #155100

This is an cheap substitute for the expensive General Foods product. You will spend about 20% of what you would on the GF product.

Recipe #23723

shelf-stable, ready for company on a minute's notice.

Recipe #24777

Make a batch to season chicken dishes and soup. Great no-salt better-than-poultry-seasoning.

Recipe #190184

It is home made Chili Powder

Recipe #150823

This is an incredibly good clone of the real thing. A friend emailed this recipe to me.

Recipe #24952

I found this recipe at frugal recipes. It is different from the others here because it uses chicken or vegetable soup base not bouillon. II just put it in as chicken base, you may use just vegetable soup base or mix the two. It also has less spices, I just add that to my recipe that I am making. Bouillon and soup base are not interchangeable. I am not sure of the exact yield nor is it stated on the frugal recipe site.

Recipe #296905

Easy to make and wonderful to have on hand. A real money saver. Great to give bottles of these great dry mixes as shower gifts.

Recipe #27560

I needed a package of ranch salad dressing mix to make Recipe #203830 ...but did I have one? Of course not! Found this recipe on line: I had all the ingredients on hand and went with it! Since there is a dearth of recipes here for dry ranch salad dressing mix, I thought I'd share it! (From:

Recipe #209222

Good hot chocolate mix and best of all sugar free and fat free. To make a cup of hot chocolate use 1/4 cup of mix and 1 cup hot water.

Recipe #106899

1 Reviews |  By DJBiker

Fine Herbs classic French herb seasoning mix is easy to make at home. Make it fresh or used dried herbs and store it for future use. Recipe is easily multiplied, but I recommend making only as much of the dried version as you will use within 1 month so it remains as fresh as possible.

Recipe #382520

1 Reviews |  By VickyJ

May be used on fish, meat, soups/stews, casseroles, salads, vegetables.

Recipe #112302

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