Homemade Seasoning Salt

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I wanted to post a recipe that has been a part of my kitchen for awhile now, it is actually a copy-cat recipe of another popular Seasoned Salt. It is "Tastefully" and "Simple" to make. Yes- it is a mock Tastefully Simple Seasoned Salt recipe! Everyone loves a good copy to something great. This is just that. I actually like this one better than the one I used to buy at $8.99 a bottle.  Many have added sugar, MSG and cheap starchy fillers. I don't think that T.S. did, but many do, especially spice blends and mixed spices with salt.  All I know is that I don't need to waste my money on that anymore.   I always double, triple or quad this recipe at a time.  *If you are salt sensitive, leave out the salt for your own version of a great all-purpose mock up of Mrs. Dash.

Hint hint, you may need a seasoned salt for future recipes! 

My Favorite and My Best- Homemade Seasoned Salt
Print recipe here

10 TB Medium to Coarse ground sea salt (Celtic Sea Salt is the best!)
4 TB dried parsley flakes
5 tsp Hungarian Sweet paprika
1 tsp dried Thyme
1 tsp dried marjoram
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp curry powder
1 tsp dry mustard powder
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp celery seed
1 tsp dried oregano
1/4 tsp dill (weed or seed is fine)

1.  Combine all ingredients in a bowl and whisk until combined or put all ingredients into a blender/ food processor & blend until all combined.
2.  Place seasoned salt in a jar, Parmesan cheese shaker or Tupperware type container and use often!

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  1. I love seasoning blends and I make mine all the time. I'll have to share some day.

  2. Yes please share! I love blending spices too, I have to make my own pumpkin spice now too since I will only use Vietnamese Cinnamon :)

  3. What a great idea!! Ill have to try this!! Really fabulous!!

  4. I'm gonna make some. I don't like most of the premade ones as they tend to be super salty. Thanks!

  5. Ha I am a huge Penzeys fan! I love all their spice blends but ooh to make my own seasoned salt, now that would be good!

  6. This looks great. I used to a have a seasoned salt that was sea salt, sesame seeds, and crushed nori seaweed. It was great with sauteed kale!.

  7. Thanks for a fabulous recipe! I posted it on my Facebook wall. :-)

  8. I have made my own seasoned salt as well. I would give it out to family and friends. They could never get enough of it. My last name is Hickerson so I called it "Hick" salt.
    I also have a great sauted mushroom recipe. One of my friends told me that cardboard would taste good with my sauted mushrooms on it.

  9. Thanks for this! I was using the brand that was tasteful, but ran out and needed something in a hurry. I like this better, though I reduced the salt by 1/3. I use it to sautee asparagas in olive oil, the best! Thanks again!