With just a couple shakes of this seasoning, you’ll easily liven up ordinary french fries. Not only does this seasoning go great on burgers and fries, but it tastes amazing on veggies, chicken, fish and even popcorn!
Homemade blackening seasoning is a lot easier than you think. Use on fish and chicken.
This is a mildly hot Cajun spice mix you make yourself with common spices from your pantry. For those who like it hotter, add the optional crushed red pepper.
The best dry rub recipe I’ve found for BBQ, besides my own. I used it on a pork belly and it was perfect. It creates such an amazing bark on the barbecue – even in the oven.
The combination of spices are just perfect for any type of meat, seafood, or vegetable. You can find most of these ingredients in your local grocery stores and in specialty markets.
This is a wonderful flavour enhancer, also good on chicken.
Tastes just like the famous Fuddruckers Hamburgers.
This do-it-yourself garlic bread seasoning is so delicious, you’ll never want to spend your hard-earned cash on store bought ever again.
A great seasoning mix to keep on hand in your pantry. A delicious savoury addition to so many Italian dishes from spaghetti to lasagna or to sprinkle on chicken. It is an essential.
Thyme, allspice, Scotch bonnet peppers and garlic are key ingredients in Jamaican jerk recipes. It is supposed to be very spicy, so do not skimp on the peppers. A good keeper.
A spicy, sweet, tangy and hot seasoning for chicken, pork and grilled meat.
A wonderful Tibetan spice mix.
Tips and hints on how to marinate properly.
A great general purpose rub that works on just about everything.
Add in place of salt in recipes. (not in baked goods though)