This is a very flavourful seasoning mix. So far, I have tried it on burgers and chicken and it worked well on both, providing a sweet/tang from the tomato soup mix, and savouriness from the other ingredients. I can imagine this working well for something like fajitas.
if you can't find tomato soup mix, try grinding dehydrated "Sun Dried Tomatoes" in your blender or coffee mill. works great! i'd have 5-starred this recipe if garlic had been listed too. i now add garlic powder based on other reviewer's comments.
I am unable to find the Knorr Tomato w/ Basil Soup can anybody tell me a suitable substitute for this item??? I have tried it with out it and just add some dried basil but I think it is missing something.
I happen to have just a tish of Red Robin salt left, so I compared the taste and was so pleased to find that it's very close! Thank you SO much--we love Red Robin salt, but we no longer live close enough to a Red Robin restaurant to refill our supply.
I'm not sure how this could be accurate because the seasoning I used at the restaurant definitely had garlic in it!!! It wouldn't be nearly as good without it!
This tastes just like the Red Robin seasoning. I keep it in an old spice jar with a sprinkle top and use it every time I make homemade or frozen french fries. I've even used it on fast food fries.
I was disappointed. I really like the seasoning at Red Robin and this did not taste the same.
Since Knorr discontinued their Tomato Basil Soup, I've been using the seasoning from Hamburger Helper Lasagna. The pasta can be used elsewhere. I multiply the recipe times 4, using the packet, and substitute 2 tsp. of Ancho Chili, and 6 tsp. regular chili powder for the total of 8. I also add a dash of dry basil and granulated garlic, since I detect lots of garlic in Red Robin's mix. Great on burgers, fries and chicken.
love the taste!!! however, when I first got this recipe I couldn"t find the soup mix so I mixed together all the remaining ingredients, and to 2# ground beef I added 2 teaspoons of the seasoning along with 2 tablespoons of catsup cooked them on medium-low heat.....makes delicious sliders!!
This recipe was created by Todd Wilbur for his book "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2" (Penguin/Putnam)