Judi's Seasoning Salt

"Why pay big money for pre-made mixes when you already have these spices in your cupboard. Make your own seasoning salt for versatility in your cooking."
 
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Ready In:
5mins
Ingredients:
8
Yields:
1/3 cup
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ingredients

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directions

  • Mix together and keep in sealed jar.
  • Makes 1/3 cup.

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Reviews

  1. sdlawrence
    This stuff is DELICIOUS! I didn't have celery salt, so I ground up some celery seed (about a half teaspoon) and added an extra teaspoon of [kosher] salt. Also, the turmeric makes a huge difference. It adds a background flavor that is insanely good, but so in harmony with the other spices that it's difficult to isolate. To my second batch I added half as much more turmeric than the recipe calls for, and it was even better.
     
  2. gailanng
    Why thank you for this wonderful recipe. It cured my child of blindness. ;-) Made for Pantry Challenge recipe tag.
     
  3. kelly in TO
    Just the right amount of finished product and great measurements. I wasn't a huge fan of the turmeric because I thought it overpowered my chicken a tad and would most likely leave it out next time. Otherwise yum! Thanks!
     
  4. mama smurf
    Made this for Zaar Cookbook tag game. I used kosher salt and added just about 1 tsp. of dry mustard but otherwise followed the directions. Used in our hamburgers for lunch and we really enjoyed it. I will be using it on more...the chicken tonight. Thank you.
     
  5. FrenchBunny
    Silly me but I must of put back my spice jar empty. So this was really great being that I had everything in my spice pantry to make this. I added about a tsp. of dry mustard and beef bouillon granules and I used Kosher salt not regular salt. This is fantastic, I won't even bother buying the other stuff anymore. Thank so much for the posted recipe
     
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  1. amberlie spence
    I am so happy to finally find a good recipe. I want to make chex mix and I need to cut out the salt. I can make this up using celery seed instead of celery salt.
     
  2. _Pixie_
    This is better than store bought seasoning salt! I made up one third of a recipe for immediate use in another recipe and was very pleased with this mixture. I omitted the sugar and ended up using celery seeds instead of celery salt since I realized half way through I had celery seeds not celery salt.
     

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