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    43 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is an MSG-free copycat recipe for Lawry's Seasoned Salt. (Found it on the Web while searching for something else; haven't tried it myself.)

    Recipe #17051

    Every self-respecting French housewife has a tub of this by the side of her cooker; they are all slightly different depending on the region you live in, but this is one that I use over and over again. It has just a hint of herbs & spices, enhancing a dish rather than overpowering it. The French call this "Sel Fou" or Fool's Salt, which is a wonderful name for it I think! Please note, I have NOT added any chilli powder or Cayenne pepper in this mix - I realise that hot spices are popular in seasoning salts, but this is herbal rather than spiced! I use it to sprinkle over salads, add it to pasta, stews, soups, daubes, casseroles, pies, roast chicken & meat etc. It is also GREAT sprinkled onto hot Chips (French fries) & over the top of pizzas. I don't like to make huge quantities, due to the herbs losing their freshness and flavour - so, this makes about 125g (just over 5 ozs) of Fool's Salt; you can of course increase the quantities if you wish!

    Recipe #211484

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT9 - Cajun/Creole. Recipe from cookbook The Spice Kitchen, everyday Cooking with Organic Spices. This lovely versatile spice is perfect with fish, chicken, pork, shrimp, potatoes and vegetables. Sprinkle it on and the spice will do the rest.

    Recipe #502857

    This is a great way to use fresh herbs from the garden. It can be used to season Italian sauces, salad dressings, marinades,and as a dipping sauce for hot, crusty bread. The proportions are easily changed to suit reducing or increasing the recipe.

    Recipe #501579

    Rather than buying fajita seasoning, it's easy to make your own. Approximately 2 tablespoons equals 1 store-bought seasoning packet.

    Recipe #28011

    My reverse-engineered recipe for Tony Chachere's Original Creole Seasoning.

    Recipe #500434

    Fried potatoes are tasty in any form, but this flavorful salt will take your homemade potatoes to a new level. With the added flavor from the seasoning you might even use less salt. Note -- Stir well before each use because the ingredients will settle out in layers.

    Recipe #264354

    When I started to get migraines we discovered the cause was from corn. I came up with this mixture to replace my Lawry's Seasoned Salt. It is now one of my favorite seasonings to use.

    Recipe #468287

    This is good on popcorn, hard boiled eggs, fried eggs, grilled corn, french fries, avocado, edamame, steak, anything you would put hot sauce on. If you feel adventurous, you might even sprinkle it on chocolate truffles! It's also good to rim a glass for V8 juice or other drinks.Cooking time is drying time. From the Sriracha Cookbook by Randy Clemens. The original recipe called for 2 cups salt and 20 tsp. sriracha and 4-6 tsp. granulated garlic(actually I don't know exactly how much garlic is added. I have made an educated guess). This makes good gifts to family and friends who love sriracha sauce.

    Recipe #497910

    Lately I've seen a lot of recipes that call for grill seasoning. Besides the cost (nearly $5 for a bottle), it's chock full of MSG and other nasties. Taking a tip from Rachael Ray, I've made my own and use it for anything I'm grilling or want to give a grilled taste to. UPDATE: Monstr pointed out there's no MSG in McCormick's grill seasoning. There is, however, hydrogenated oil in it, and MSG can be found in other brands. So read your labels, and if MSG, hydrogenaged oils or the price tag bother you, mixing your own is the way to go.

    Recipe #184558

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Latino seasoned salt. I use it to season meats, taco filling, refried beans, what have you.

    Recipe #494869

    This spice mix will make your taste buds dance!

    Recipe #493372

    My reverse-engineered recipe for the classic 'Dixie Fry Original Recipe Natural Seasoned Coating Mix' yields 2 cups -- the equivalent of a 10 ounce, twin-pack box (although, I disagree about the "about 23 servings" listed under nutrition facts on the box -- I have listed 23 servings here for fair replication purposes). Half of this mixture may be stored in an airtight container for a second use. See steps 7 and 9 for approximate cooking times.

    Recipe #493297

    My reverse-engineered recipe for replicating KFC's 'Original Recipe' chicken breading seasoning. Yields enough seasoning for 6 batches fried chicken or 12 batches Recipe #485514. Mix 1/2 level cup of this blend with 2 cups unbleached breading flour for frying one fryer chicken or up to 16 drumsticks. Follow Recipe #393795 for brining, preparation and frying instructions.

    Recipe #453973

    This recipe comes from Gloria Pitzer, The Recipe Detective. 1996

    Recipe #160375

    4 Reviews |  By mini_1

    This is from top secret recipes. I use this blend for my southwest seasoning and it is excellent on sauteed scallops in butter. It is so versatile that I look for recipes to use this seasoning.

    Recipe #181442

    There are so many strange concoctions out there for Beau Monde Seasoning that I was just baffled when I needed it and couldn't buy it (or make it from those weird recipes). After some research - this is the recipe I came up with. It *IS* the closest recipe to Beau Monde Seasoning I can find anywhere on the net (primarily because there IS no close recipe anywhere on the net)?!?!? This is so simple I don't know why everyone is getting it wrong. Beau Monde Seasoning contains: Salt, dextrose, onion, celery seed, and silicon dioxide. Salt is self explanatory - dextrose is the The dextrorotatory form of glucose which is derived from starch. (Effectively, it's a type of sugar..slightly heavier than meat which can be absorbed in to the meat tissue. Onion and celery seed are the primary flavors we are trying to accomplish here... the silicon dioxide is used as a flow agent and/or moisture absorbent...so toss a few grains of rice in your bottle! For the Dextrose (unless you wish to purchase powdered dextrose, which is available in some health food/sports stores) we will use either powdered sugar or caster sugar. The amount I'll list is simply to my taste -- certainly feel free to start with less and adjust it to suit your own tastes. We'll use Onion powder and Celery salt to accomplish 3 of the 4 major ingredients.

    Recipe #253767

    After experimenting with many different spice combinations over the years for me this is the closest to the store-bought package taco seasoning --- I always increase this recipe 10x and keep in a glass jar tightly covered in my fridge to have ready for recipes, if you like lots of heat then adjust the cayenne pepper to taste or you may omit completely, if you can find some dried granulated tomato powder then add about 1-2 teaspoons with the mix, I purchase mine at a bulk spice store it really gives the seasoning a lift, the amounts stated are equivalent to one package taco seasoning mix -- don't save this mix to use only for tacos, add some in your recipes to kick up the flavor, it's even great in chili, ground beef mixture for casseroles, stew, soups, and add some into you hamburger mixture for burgers, I even add this to my Parmesan meatballs --- this also makes a great gift for the cook on your list just increase amounts and present in a fancy glass jar.

    Recipe #76616

    1 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A Spanish seasoning, used in dishes like patatas bravas. Use as a rub on pork or chicken.

    Recipe #482940

    I keep this right by the stove so I don't have to keep dragging out all the spices...

    Recipe #467594

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