Seasoning Mixture for Fish & Seafood

Seasoning Mixture for Fish & Seafood created by Kathy228

I eat a fair amount of fish so I keep this handy in my kitchen. I find it flavorful enough that I don't miss salt. Good on fish or seafood, even in tuna sandwiches. Also good in salad dressing. If you don't think you'll use it very often, you can halve the recipe. All amounts listed are for dried ingredients (except lemon peel may be dried or fresh).

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  • Combine ingredients.
  • store in a tightly covered jar.
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"I eat a fair amount of fish so I keep this handy in my kitchen. I find it flavorful enough that I don't miss salt. Good on fish or seafood, even in tuna sandwiches. Also good in salad dressing. If you don't think you'll use it very often, you can halve the recipe. All amounts listed are for dried ingredients (except lemon peel may be dried or fresh)."
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  1. barb.simmons
    This was a great blend for my fish. I did not have oregano or savory, so I used Italian seasoning and it still turn out to be good. Thank you for this recipe and I plan on using this again.
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  2. JustDrea81
    I've used this on shrimp several times and it's always fantastic.
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  3. JustMeMelMel
    I used this on some flounder fillets and it was awesome! We will have often this summer!
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  4. Axe1678
    This is a really nice mixture. I did add some sea salt and fresh ground black pepper to it as well. I used it in a seafood chowder and it turned out great! Thanks for posting!
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  5. Kathy228
    6-10-07: This seasoning smells great. To add the lemon peel, I zested a fresh lemon, then dried it in the microwave. I think this will be wonderful on seafood and maybe in bean soup. I haven't used it yet, but when I do, I'll come back to edit this review. Edited 6-24-07: I sprinkled some on cod filets that I pan sauteed in olive oil and butter (I added sliced leeks and red potatoes to the pan). What a great herb flavor! Frequently I don't have time, or even want, a sauce on my fish. This seasoning mix produces a lovely, savory herb taste. Thanks so much for posting this Echo.
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