I prefer a seasoning mix that doesn't contain already salt, so here's one I enjoy. It works well as a meat/poultry/fish rub or as you would use chili powder. Great added to taste to your salsa, chili, tacos, tostadas, refried beans, burritos, enchilada sauce, flour dredges, what have you. Very flexible to use! :)
Line up your ziploc sandwich bags on the counter..fill and zip! Do an assembly line: put onion in each bag....then the salt...then chili powder....and so on. Ingredients are listed on a single bag basis.
From a Meat cookbook. This makes about 1 1/2 cups of the spice blend but use 2 tbsp. of the rub mix for each side of the slab. Here is a big tip: rub slab generously with white vinegar before adding the rub. It kicks in the rub.
This recipe is from www.kitchenmixes.com. It is a great substitute for the boxed onion soup mix. It equals one packet or about 1-1/4 ounces. You can add garlic powder or other seasonings if you wish. It also makes a great gift for cooks. Make up some packets of onion soup mix, add a soup ladel, soup bowls, soup spoons, recipes, and some non-perishable ingredients. Place in a basket or pretty box wrapped in a tea towel.
This is a delicious all-purpose dry seasoning that is good in spaghetti sauce, chicken and dumplings, in pasta salads, or sprinkled on fresh, ripe sliced tomatoes. It also makes a good Italian Salad Dressing for salads or marinade. Omit salt if you like.