Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

Got this recipe from a sweet neighbor who was almost 100 years old. I have been making it ever since because to me, it is better than the store bought variety. This is good for use in egg dishes, cheese dishes, seafood and meat dishes. Also makes a nice gift in a decorative jar.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine all ingredients.
  2. Mix well.
  3. Store in airtight container.


Most Helpful

I wanted seasoned salt for all of those wonderful recipes that call for it (including nearly all of Kittencal's). I did not want the sugar, cornstarch, and MSG in the seasoned salt that was already in my pantry. This recipe is tasty. I don't know if it exactly matches Lawry's, but it is at least close. I think that ground oregano and ground thyme would be perfect. I might have to invest in some because my husband insisted that I use this on his fries instead of pulling out the bottle. I made 1/2 batch, which filled 1 1/2 of my spice jars, so I might consider making only 1/4 batch next time.

evewitch January 05, 2012

Wow! This was delicious. I didn't have any curry powder, so I left it out and it was great. Had it on some left over pork roast and was delicious. I also used this as a seasoning on roasted potato's. This will be great on just about anything. Thank you,Sherrybeth, for a very versitile season salt.

L. Duch August 21, 2007

I was thrilled to find this recipe since I didn't want to buy the mega-bottle that was at the store of seasoned salt for a recipe that only needed a tsp. I did use this a basic guideline to make my tsp...and it was great in the dish I made. I just emptied a bottle of chicken broth granules, and it was perfect for a batch of seasoned salt so I'll be ready next time. I used ground thyme, and it would probabably be better with ground oregano, but since I didn't have any, it will just have to have the visible little dried pieces. I'm sure it will taste the same...which is great!

karen January 31, 2007

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