24 Reviews

I used this in Seasoned Turkey Burgers and it worked out great! I didn't have celery seed but used a bit of Salad Seasoning (which contains celery seed). The spice mix made a HUGE flavor difference in my turkey burger's flavor! I made it again in some ground turkey for a "taco casserole" and it elevated the usual turkey flavor. I think this mix is a perfect enhancer for ground turkey! Thanks Alyseepoo, for posting. Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado February 05, 2010

Great recipe. We are a gluten free family so most packaged foods are out of the question for us. Just whipped this up to make some dip for my girls and it is even better than the store bought stuff. I love the addition of celery seed for flavor. I will definatly make this one again and again.

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Amy Hulen November 25, 2009

I loved this recipe. I used the condensed beef boullion (instead of the powered/cubed stuff). Next time I may just use grinded celery seeds to cut down the salt. Either that or trying to find low salt beef boullion. But I loved that I can control what's in the soup mix as I'm trying to avoid MSG.

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EasyCooking July 10, 2009

This is one of the best recipes I've found! I never think about buying the Lipton soup. I always have all the ingredients in the pantry to make this. Learning about this will enable me to try more recipes that call for Lipton. Thanks for the great recipe.

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CJAY May 11, 2009

I used this recipe but added 1/4 teaspoon black pepper and 1 tablespoon dried parsley. My niece had told me about sprinkling dried soup mix on a tritip, secure tightly in foil and put in a crock pot on low for 8 - 10 hours. The Lipton was so salty, when I tried to make gravy I had to add quite a bit of water to dilute it. With this recipe it was wonderful. After tritip is done, drain liquid from crock pot and whats in the foil into fat seperator, or use turkey baster, put in sauce pan, add a little merlot, heat and thicken with a corn starch slurry. It make a terrific onion gravy for the meat and of course baked potatoes.

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Sheila #6 March 02, 2009

I've never cooked with onion soup mix before, so I can't comment on the taste, but it was sooo easy and using a very-low-sodium beef base let me keep the sodium down. I used it in No Fail Crock Pot Beef Stew and it came out great! I've already mixed up another little bag of it to use later.

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mayness January 05, 2009

I used this for a Beef and Mushroom Stroganoff last week (in place of the packaged stuff) and it was so much better and not as salty! I will definitely be using this from now on!

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Suzann Lucy November 02, 2008

This was great and so easy. I may never buy the packaged stuff again! Thanks for posting.

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CaramelPie September 25, 2008

Takes only seconds to make and costs pennies to make! It contains much less salt than the mix.... plus I used reduced-sodium bouillon. I'll be using this in recipes that call for the mix from now on. Thanx for posting!

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*Parsley* September 16, 2008
Copycat Lipton Onion Soup Mix