My simple flavor-enhancing seasoning doesn't overpower the natural flavors of fresh fish or vegetables. It can also be used for seasoned rice or rice pilaf (recipes below). To further compliment the flavors of fish, coat first lightly with olive oil, use seasoning -- add a small pinch of dried tarragon or crushed rosemary -- then cook as desired.
My recipe for a movie-theater-good popcorn snack. An alternate version of this may be prepared, using 1/3-1/2 cup coconut oil before popping, then seasoning with fine sea salt or popcorn salt only, after popping.
My recipe for real Hollandaise is easy to make, with the aid of a kitchen blender. For a Bearnaise sauce, substitute lemon juice with white wine, add a tablespoon of sauteed shallots and minced fresh tarragon and chervil to taste, omit Tabasco, and add a pinch of fresh ground white pepper.
My reverse-engineered recipe for Hometown Buffet's 'Hand Breaded Fried Chicken' chicken yields enough seasoning for 6 batches fried chicken (for the single recipe version, see Recipe #409958). Mix 5 level tablespoons of this blend with 1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour plus 1/4 cup cornstarch, for frying 8-10 pieces chicken. See Recipe #409958 for frying instructions.
My reverse-engineered recipe for KFC's 'Extra Crispy' chicken yields enough seasoning for 3 batches fried chicken (for the single recipe version, see Recipe #433557). This recipe requires 1 1/2 cups of Recipe #453973. Mix 1/2 cup of this blend with 3 3/4 cups self-rising flour and 1/4 cup cornstarch for frying one fryer chicken or up to 16 drumsticks. Follow Kentucky Fried Chicken Original Recipe for complete brining, preparation and frying instructions.
My reverse-engineered recipe for this popular packaged dressing mix yields 6 batches. You can actually substitute chicken bouillon granules for vegetable bouillon granules, if you're not serving vegetarians. Xanthan gum, an emulsifier, is sold in health food stores.