All Purpose Seasoning Mix

 

I have been trying to develop a seasoning mix that can be used in meats, fish, vegetables, and salad. I think I am finally there!

 

If you are low carbing, you will want to be careful of seasoning mixes and packets. Many have thickening agents (i.e. arrowroot or cornstarch); others have anti-clumping properties, which can add carbohydrates to the total. Of course, many of us home cooks have been doing many homemade things for years and years—including sauces, seasoning mixes, and more—in an effort to either save money or be able to put into our foods exactly what we want (and know what that is!).

 


Regardless of your reason for using homemade mixes and seasonings, I think you will like this All-Purpose Seasoning Mix. I have been sprinkling it on frying meats, stir it into crock pot concoctions, and adding it to soups and salads.  I love to sprinkle it over the olive oil and beef broth mixture that I just sprinkled over vegetables for roasting! (The small amount of moisture from the olive oil/broth combination helps the seasoning to stick to even slick vegetables like zucchini better!)

 

I just tweaked a cole slaw recipe using this seasoning—even though it contains seasonings that we do not traditionally think of with cole slaw, my guys loved it! (Click here for cole slaw recipe!)

 

Let me know what you think—or if you tweak it, please share your tweaks with me and why you like it better. I’m always into learning!

Don’t forget to scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page for this recipe’s helpful Recipe Keys!

 

All Purpose Seasoning Mix
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Ingredients
  • 3 tsp. salt
  • 1 tsp onion powder
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 ½ tsp paprika
  • 1 tsp pepper (black or white; I like black because with the paprika, this seasoning mix is pretty!)
  • ¾ tsp oregano
  • ½ tsp ground bay leaves
  • ½ tsp basil
  • Optional: 1 tsp red pepper powder or 1 tsp chili powder!
Instructions
  1. Combine all thoroughly.
  2. Store in airtight container.
  3. Use liberally!
  4. If you don’t want the pepper powder or chili powder in it all the time, you can omit it (like I did), and when a dish seems like it would benefit from it, just add a pinch of it with each teaspoon of All Purpose Seasoning Mix!
Notes
Note: To use this mix in recipes that call for other seasonings, if you are one to experiment (!), just add the total number of teaspoons of the seasonings your recipe calls for that are similar to the ones listed here and use that amount of All Purpose Seasoning Mix (while still adding in other seasonings that your recipe might call for, such as celery seed, ground mustard, etc.).
 

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Recipe Keys

 

Low Carb (LC): This is a very low carb recipe with no added carbs.

 

Family-Friendly Low Carb (FFLC): Great in many of my FFLC recipes!

 

Store-Bought-Stella (SBS): While there are many seasoning combinations out there for SBS’s, be sure that if you are concerned about carbs (and you don’t’ choose to make this one!) that  you read the labels carefully.

 

Homemade Hannah (HH): This is very homemade! You can make this completely whole-foods as written above—or make it even more homemade by using your own dried herbs.

 

Trim Healthy Mama-Friendly (THM) (www.trimhealthymama.com): These could be used in an S setting or an E setting—no real carbs and no fat! Use it on all of that protein in both meal types!

 

Sugar Free (SF): Sugar-free and healthy option!

 

Gluten Free (GF): No fillers so no concern about hidden gluten.

 

Low Carb Mixes (LCM): This is one of over two dozen of my low carb mixes that I will be bringing to the blog this summer (after fifteen months of testing them!). While the mixes say low carb, they have family-friendly options, gluten-free options, and just “regular” options. Mixes fit all cooking styles—I’ve been using mixes for twenty-five years this month!

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