A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.
Proverbs 25:11

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

for a spicey life

I have been using this recipe for Season Salt
for years now.
I give it as gifts.
You can use it on ANYTHING.
We use it every morning on our omelets !
It is great on steak, fish..
you name it..you can also tweak it a bit !!
I try to buy organic herbs.
ALSO I have used, Sea salt, pickling salt,
low sodium salt.,they all work
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"Season Salt"
1 cup Salt
2 tsp. Black pepper
1 TBSP. garlic granules or powder
2 tsp. onion granules or powder
1 TBSP Sweet Paprika
1 tsp. Cayenne pepper
1/2 tsp. thyme
1 tsp. pasilla pepper or chili powder
1/2 tsp. Lemon Peel granules (optional
)
I mix and store it in a zip lock
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EVERYONE loves it
and guess what NO msg.
You know what is in it.
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I found this recipe in a cookbook called:
Battling the "MSG MYTH"
I have used this recipe on my blog with the author
Debbie Anglesey's Permission
I think this book and all of it's information is a asset to
any kitchen.
Here is her web site
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ALSO...
Lori ,of a
has a great post on salts and mixes
with many links
Go have a look
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and Remember:
Colossians 4:6
Let your speech be alway with grace,
seasoned with salt,
that ye may know how ye ought to answer every man.
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BTW:
yes ,this is a partial re-post
but with this time of year and frugal living becoming
more of a necessity, I thought it was worthy
of sharing again

10 comments:

Jennifer said...

Thanks for reposting this ... I meant to jot it down and forgot. I usually use Tastefully Simple's season salt, but it's a bit expensive so when I ran out a couple months ago, I didn't buy more. I miss having it to sprinkle on chicken and such, so I can't wait to mix this up and try it out!

Mrs.Rabe said...

Thanks for this recipe! I will try it! I don't remember this post so thanks for reposting! Also I will go to check out your link to Frugally Old-Fashioned Homemaker...

Have a wonderful day Friend!

Anonymous said...

Love all your tips - keep them coming.

Vi Abing

Persuaded said...

deby... what a great idea to make one's own seasoned salt! and i love all of the sweet little salt shakers too. i look forward to checking out that website a little later today☺

Lori said...

Hey Deby, and thank you for the mention!! :) Just reading your recipe...I can tell that would be really good! I've never heard of pasilla pepper!
I just love making my own mixes and spices!
Have a great day!!

HOPE said...

Thanks for sharing this...and I LOVE the pic of the salt shakers...now on to looking for my own collection ...to give away of course with the salt recipe!!

Happy Day..

HOPE~

Sandra said...

I am going to mix this up. I love mixes that you can use on a variety of things. I am going to check out Debbie's website as well.

Susan B said...

Thank you for the recipe for the season salt, I will give it a try. Also thank you for the link, I will check it out! I've always loved that Bible verse. Have a lovely day.

Jennifer said...

I mixed this season salt up on Wednesday night and then yesterday I had a chance to use it LOL!. The girls were having a sleepover with their aunt, so I got to make something that WE like LOL! I sprinkled it on some lobster meat (like imitation crab, only lobster flavored instead). Sauteed it in a little olive oil and butter, with a healthy sprinkle of the season salt, then mixed with pasta, peas and steamed broccoli. My dh said it was like something you'd get at a restaurant ... can't beat that! Thanks again for the recipe. I'm going to rewrite it on a nice recipe card and keep it handy.

Maxine said...

Thanks so much for this recipe, Deby. Sweet of you to share it. Think I'll try it. Good idea to give it as gifts.