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    From Tony Chachere's CAJUN COUNTRY COOKBOOK. Tony says to "use it like you would salt" Store in an airtight jar.

    Recipe #118154

    Another cajun seasoning.

    Recipe #28100

    From Emeril's New New Orleans Cooking. This is a fairly basic seasoniong mix. If you want hotter, decrease the paprika and increase the cayenne. I wouldn't mess with the black pepper amount, however, since that will change the texture and color of the mix.

    Recipe #22089

    Keep this tightly sealed in the refrigerator. Use this in you homemeade spaghetti sauces, stews, rice dishes, soups etc... it will add "life" to anything and everything!

    Recipe #145123

    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

    There are numerous recipes for this famous herb mixture from the South of France. As a rule, it always contains thyme, lavender, rosemary, basil, savory, marjoram and basil, but it DOES vary from area to area depending on local tastes. This is my own "Auberge" blend that I make & use regularly in our Chambres d'Hôtes; I find it appeals to most people's taste! Feel free to add or omit those herbs that you are not keen on or find difficult to obtain. This makes a wonderful gift - add a ribbon, a sprig of lavender & a recipe! (I sell this blend at the Auberge, in little fabric bags with a recipe sheet inside!)

    Recipe #219873

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I posted this recipe for the request of those that are asking what crazy salt is, Recipe #7542. A recipe I adopted. You can add 1 teaspoon of MSG which I'm not a fan of. This are made with dried herbs. Keep this along side the range to use as a salt substitute as needed. It keeps the salt intake down, because when you go to use a teaspoon of salt and use this in its place it you really are using just 1/2 a teaspoon salt. That is a good thing! And Great flavor! Makes a nice gift placed in a pretty jar with a ribbon.

    Recipe #191455

    This is the exact recipe we used at a local steakhouse where I worked for 15 years. It is great on pretty much any meat. You will probably want to use the conversion tool to make smaller batches. However, it will hold for a long time so if you like it make a nice big batch.

    Recipe #18556

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    My mother-in-law gave me this recipe when I was just a bride. I make two batches a year to keep up with supply & demand! The kids love this on sandwiches, burgers, brats, hotdogs, grilled cheese, fries, cake (okay, just checkin'!!!). One institutional size can of ketchup will yield 8 cups.

    Recipe #241146

    Not only are these these most delicious steaks they are so tender you can slice them with a butter knife! --- of coarse you may use any cut of steak desired, I prefer rib-eyes --- plan ahead the steaks needs to marinate for 6-24 hours and must be brought down to room temperature before cooking which may take a couple hours.

    Recipe #214985

    Just a basic seasoning for creole/cajun type recipes. I don't care too much for the commercial ones cause I think they "muddy up" the flavors with too many ingredients.

    Recipe #210283

    This flavored oil is easy to make and adds an individual touch. Use this to baste vegetables and meatwhen grilling or broiling.

    Recipe #144056

    Barbecued Meat, Nairobi Market Style (Kenya) Prepare the following combination and keep in a jar for barbecues. I found this recipe on-line. This mixture is rubbed into the fatty parts of ribs, pork, or the skins of chicken with the fingers, and the meat is barbecued. Meats are never basted with sauces or oil, and yet they never seem to be dry. However, if the meats you are using appear to be dry, keep a light salad oil on tap to brush on during the cooking if necessary. This mixture can easily be cut in half.

    Recipe #307071

    This is a medium hot "Table Sauce". It can be served as a "sprinkle on" for everything from enchiladas to scrambled eggs. It makes a welcome addition to a pot of chili. It should not be considered as a dipping sauce unless you've got a fair hot tooth. We like to use serranos because of the heat to flavor ratio. Jalapenos may be used, but they won't yield quite the quality of flavor. It yields a hot, pungent, sweet south of the border flavor that can easily be addictive.

    Recipe #206256

    It is so easy to throw these spices together, store in a tight fitting shaker lid, and refrigerate. Rub this Dry Rub on pork baby back ribs and marinate over night. Many raves!!!!!

    Recipe #322298

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

    Recipe #28011


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