28 Reviews

Even though I left out the cheese this was a major yum! I made it to go with Mystergirl's Linguini's Salad (see my review for that one), but I think it would go well with any pasta salad, and even with a green salad. I plan to make up a large batch to use indiscriminately on everything! Thanks MG!

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Mirj April 20, 2002

I had this tonight on a rice salad and it was deeeelicious! Yum! Thanks for sharing!

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Sharon123 December 15, 2002

I use this for a lot of things, but our favorite is to mix it with biscuit mix and use it as a breading for fried zucchini. YUM!! This tastes exactly like the name brand, and I will never buy it again. Thanks so much for the recipe!!

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teachncook July 11, 2009

I highly recommend this recipe. We use Salad Supreme in dips, baked potatoes, garlic bread and of course, salads of all types from simple green salads to pasta salads to potato salads. It adds so much flavor and color. Can you tell we like it? This so much cheaper to make than the McCormick brand in the store. Make a double batch. I store it in a glass container in the door of the frig. Thank you so much for posting this.

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Chattes October 11, 2008

I found that if you leave this in the fridge to chill, you will notice the aroma has the same smell as the McCormick. Let it chill...I recommend it. The flavors blend and it has a much more similiar brand name flavor. good job !

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domesticatedmom May 15, 2007

Mysterygirl, I have been buying this stuff for years, and thanks to you, I don't need to anymore! I had evrything on hand in my cupboards. I use it on pasta salad, green salad, and my mom's secret recipe potato salad, just to name a few things. Thanks so much for posting this!

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ciao July 20, 2003

Oh,double wow, Mysterygirl, this is so great! I mixed it up yesterday and just put on the beginnings of a pasta salad for a picnic for my job. It smells so good! I used fresh grated romano and fresh cracked pepper, and the aroma as it hit that hot pasta was ubbelievable. Much, much better than the stuff in the jar! And I don't have to skrimp because of the cost. THANX SOOOOOOOOO MUCH!

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mickie49 June 12, 2003

Salad Supreme Seasoning is wonderful on air-popped popcorn instead of butter! I was so excited to make my own with all organic ingredients. Instead of raw sesame seeds which do not have much flavor, I used roasted sesame seeds from the sushi department of the grocery store for a more intense flavor and aroma. After quadrupling the recipe, I poured Salad Supreme Seasoning in an empty parmesan cheese container (the cylinder shaped container with green lid has holes conveniently large enough for sesame seeds to sprinkle through). I recommend storing it in the refrigerator because the store-bought McCormick's version becomes rancid quickly (the sesame and poppy seeds easily go rancid at room temperature, and parmesan cheese should be refrigerated after opening). Thank you, Mystery Girl, for a supreme copycat recipe for my favorite seasoning!

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Garden Gate Kate November 08, 2014

Found this recipe by accident and boy am I glad I did. Thank you so much for sharing this with us. Hate spending money on things I can make and I never thought about making this spice mixture. Glad I found it! thanks again.

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JeannieG July 07, 2013

Very good. It was great to not have to make a special trip to the grocery store to get the small bottle of Salad Supreme when I wanted to make pasta salad.

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Marie Nixon May 26, 2013
Salad Supreme Seasoning