Spice Mixes


Homemade Spice Mixes



Chicken Seasoning 
1 T rosemary; 1 T oregano; 1 T ground sage; 1 tsp. powdered ginger 1 tsp. marjoram; 1½ tsp. thyme; 3 T packed brown sugar; 3 T dry minced parsley; 1 t. pepper; 1 T paprika; 2 T garlic salt; 2 T onion salt; 2 T chicken bouillon powder; 1 pkg. Lipton cup tomato soup mix (Pulse in blender; store in airtight container; to coat chicken add 1 oz. mix to 1 C flour)

Chili Powder 3 T paprika; 1 T ground cumin; 2 T oregano; 1 t. red or cayenne pepper; ½ tsp. garlic powder

Chinese Five-Spice Powder: 1 t. ground Szechwan pepper; ½ t. ground cinnamon; ½ t. ground cloves; 1¼ t. ground fennel seeds; 1 t. ground star anise

Cinnamon Sugar: 1 c granulated sugar: 2 T ground cinnamon

Creole Meat Seasoning: ½ C salt: ¼ C finely minced garlic: ¼ C freshly ground black pepper: ¼ C cayenne pepper:
2 tsp. cumin seed

Creole Seasoning: 4 t. salt; 4 t. paprika; 1 T garlic powder; 1 T black pepper; 2½ t. onion powder; 1½ t. dried thyme leaves;
1½ t. dried oregano leaves; 1½ t. cayenne pepper

Fajita Seasoning 1: 1 t cumin; 1/2 t oregano; 1/4 t onion powder; 1/4 t garlic powder; 1/4 t salt; 1/4 t pepper. Stir and Store.



Fajita Seasoning 2: 1 T cornstarch; 2 t chili powder; 1 t salt; 1 t paprika; 1 tsp. sugar; ¾ tsp. crushed chicken bouillon;
½ tsp. onion powder; ¼ tsp. garlic powder; ¼ tsp. cayenne pepper; 1/4 tsp. cumin. Stir and Store.

Garam Masala: 1 t. cumin; 1 T. coriander seeds; 1 t. sesame seeds; 1 t. black peppercorns: 1 t. cloves; 1 t. mace; 1 t. cinnamon; 3 cardamom pods(Toast in a medium-low skillet for two minutes; then grind)

Garlic Pepper: 8 t. garlic powder; 4½ t. black pepper; 1 T parsley flakes

Greek Seasoning
¼ C dried oregano leaves 2 TBS fennel seeds 2 TBS crushed dried lemon grass¾ tsp. black pepper

Herb Mix: 1 T onion powder; 1 T garlic powder; 1 T dried parsley flakes; 1 t. dried basil leaves; 1 t. dried thyme leaves; 1 t. dried marjoram leaves; 1 t. pepper

Herbs de Provence: 1 T dried basil leaves; 1 T dried marjoram leaves; 1 T dried summer savory leaves; 1 T dried thyme leaves; 2 t. orange zest; 1 powdered bay leaf; 1 t. fennel seeds

Indian Spice Blend: 8 t. cumin; 4 t. ground ginger; 2 t. ground coriander; 2 t. cayenne; 4 t. turmeric; 2 t.. black pepper

Italian Herb Seasoning: 1/4 c oregano; 2 T marjoram; 2 T thyme; 1/4 c basil; 2 T rosemary; 2 T. garlic powder 1/4 c parsley

Kitchen Spice Mix: 2 salt; 1 ground dried lemon peel; 1 T dry English-style mustard; 2 t. ground allspice; 2 t. ground ginger; 2 t. ground nutmeg; 2 t. black pepper; 2 t. cayenne pepper; (For roasted meats and cutlets)

Lowry’s” Seasoned Salt: 2 T pepper; 1 T chicken bouillon powder; 1 t. onion salt; 1 t. onion powder; 1 T garlic salt; 1 t. cumin powder; 1 t. dry marjoram leaves; 1 T minced parsley; 1 t. paprika; ½ t. curry powder; 1 T chili powder; 1/3 C salt

Middle Eastern Spice Mix: 1 t. cumin; 1 t. cardamom; ½ t. allspice; ½ t. coriander; ½ t. cloves; 1 t. pepper; 1 t. red pepper flakes, crushed; ½ t. ginger; 1 t. turmeric; 1 t. salt; 1 T paprika; 1 t. cinnamon

Mrs. Dash Seasoning Blend: ½ t. cayenne pepper; 1 T garlic powder; 1 t. basil; 1 t. marjoram; 1 t. thyme; 1 t. parsley; 1 t. savory; 1 t. mace; 1 t. onion powder; 1 t. sage; 1 t. black pepper; ( blend well and keep dry)

Mulling Spice: 1 C brown sugar; 2 t. ground cinnamon; 1 t. ground cloves; 1 t. dried ground orange peel; 1 t. ground allspice; ½ t. ground nutmeg

No-Salt Seasoned Salt: 1 T garlic powder: 2½ t. thyme leaves; 2½ t. onion powder; 2½ t. paprika; 2¼ t. celery seed; 2½ t. ground white pepper; 1 T dry mustard; 2¼ t. dried finely chopped lemon peel; 1 T ground black pepper

Old Bay Seasoning Mix: 1 T ground bay leaves; 2½ t. celery salt; 1½ t. dry mustard; 1½ t. ground black pepper; ¾ t. ground nutmeg; ½ t. ground cloves; ½ t. ground ginger; ½ t. paprika; ½ t. red pepper; ¼ t. ground mace; ¼ t. ground cardamom 

Onion-Paprika Blend: 2 t. paprika; 1 t. onion powder; ½ t. salt; ¼ t. cayenne pepper; (opt.) ¼ t. white pepper (opt.)

Onion Soup Mix (Lipton’s): ¾ C instant minced onion; 1/2 C beef bouillon powder; 4 t. onion powder; ¼ t. crushed celery seeds ¼ t. sugar

Oriental Spice for Stir Fry(keep refrigerated): 1 t. freshly grated lemon peel; ¼ t. fennel seed, crushed; ¼ t. ground cloves; ¼ t. anise seed, crushed; ¼ t. ground cinnamon; ¼ t. ground ginger

Parmesan Mix: 1 lb parmesan or Romano cheese, grated; ¼ C oregano; ¼ C basil; ¼ C parsley flakes

Pasta Blend: 5 T dried basil; 3 T dried oregano; 2 T dried thyme;1 tsp. dried garlic

Pickling Mix: ¼ C mustard seeds; ¼ C dill seed; ¼ C coriander seeds; 2 T crushed chili peppers; 2 T crushed bay leaves; 1 T celery seeds; 1 T white peppercorns

Poultry Seasoning: 2 T marjoram; 2 T savory; 2 tsp. parsley; 1 T sage; 1½ t. thyme

Pumpkin Pie Spice Mix: 2 t. ground cinnamon; 1 t. ground ginger; ½ t. ground cloves; ½ t. ground nutmeg

Seafood Herbs: 5 t. dried basil; 5 t. crushed fennel seeds; 4 t. dried parsley; 1 t. dried lemon peel

Seasoned Salt: ¾ C salt; ¼ C garlic salt; 1 t. ground pepper; ½ t. dried oregano leaves; 1 t. paprika; 1/8 t. celery seed;
¼ t. ground white pepper; ¼ t. dry mustard

Shake N’ Bake Mix: 1 C all-purpose flour; 2 C fine dry breadcrumbs; 2 t. cornstarch; 2 t. paprika; 2 t. onion powder; 2 t. salt; 2 t. sugar; 3½ t. poultry seasoning; 2 T crumbled dried parsley

Stuffing Blend: 6 T dried rubbed sage’ 3 T dried sweet marjoram; 2 T dried parsley; 4 t. dried celery flakes

Taco Seasoning: 4 T instant minced onion; 2 T chili powder; 2 t. paprika; 2 t. dried red pepper, crushed; 1½ t. dried oregano; 4 t. salt; 1 T cornstarch; 1 T instant minced garlic; 2 t. ground cumin

Vegetable Blend: 1 T marjoram; 1 T basil; 1 T chervil; 1 T tarragon; 1 T celery seed (Goes well with vegetables and on salads)

Vegetable Seasoning Blend: ¼ C onion powder; ¼ C dried parsley flakes; 2 T salt-free lemon pepper; 2 T garlic powder; 2 T celery seeds; 2 t. sage; 2 t. marjoram; 2 t. thyme; 2 t. basil; 2 t. oregano; 2 t. pepper; 2 t. dill weed
(For use with vegetables; or make broth by mixing 1 rounded teaspoon with each cup of warm water)

Salt Free Seasoning Mix: 3 T garlic granules; 1 T onion powder; 1 T dried basil, crushed; 1 T ground black pepper; 1 T dried thyme, crushed; 1 T dried sage, crushed; 1 T mace.

Seafood Seasoning: 4 t. dried parsley, crushed; 1-1/2 T dried chives, dill or tarragon, crushed; 2 t. dried lemon peel; 1-1/2 t. dried mustard; 1/2 t. garlic granules. (Use about 2 t per pound of fish, and poach in about 1/4 c water or salt free broth. For variety, sprinkle the fish with paprika or toasted nuts.

Oriental Seasoning: 2 T onion powder; 2 T ground ginger; 2 T garlic granules; 2 T ground black pepper.
Use ¼-1/2 t per pound of meat, fish or poultry.

 Caesar Salad Dressing Mix
1 1/2 t grated lemon peel 1 t oregano 1/8 t instant minced garlic
2 t graded parmesan cheese 1/2 t pepper
Combine all ingredients in a small bowl; stir until well blended. Put mixture in a foil packet or 1-pint glass jar. Label as Caesar Salad Dressing Mix. Store in a cool dry place and use within 3 to 4 months.
Instructions for Label: Caesar Salad Dressing: Combine mix, 1/2 c vegetable oil, and 1/4c lemon juice in a glass jar. Shake until well blended. Chill before serving. Makes about 3/4 c of Salad Dressing.

Apple Pie Spice
¼ c cinnamon 2 t. nutmeg 1 t. allspice
1 t. ground ginger
Mix and store in air-tight container.

Baking Powder
½ t. cream of tartar ¼ t. baking soda ¼ tsp. cornstarch
Mix and store in air tight container. Recipe can be doubled or tripled

Beau Monde Seasoning
1 TBS ground cloves1¼ tsp. ground cinnamon1 TBS salt1 TBS ground bay leaf1 TBS ground allspice2 TBS ground black pepper1 tsp. ground nutmeg1 tsp. ground mace1 tsp. celery seed 2 TBS ground white pepper

Blackening Spice Mix
1 tsp. ground basil 1 tsp. ground thyme 1 tsp. garlic 1 tsp. white pepper 1 tsp. black pepper 1 tsp. salt or sea salt 1 tsp. onion powder 2 tsp. cayenne pepper 1 tsp. paprika (Recipe can also be doubled or quadrupled; refrigeration recommended but not required)

Chai Masala (dried)1 black cardamom podSeeds from 25 green cardamom pods4 cloves½ tsp. fennel seeds)¼ tsp. black
peppercorns¼ tsp. carom seeds1 tsp. dried ginger (optional)1 tsp. ground cinnamon(Grind until fine; store in glass container in cool, dark place for 6 months; makes 3 TBS) 



11 comments:

  1. How can I print a copy of your spice mixes for my own us? They are really great but I don't want to have to hand copy them. They are great references for my kitchen. Thanks.

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    1. Do you know how to highlight text? If so, highlight, copy buy right clicking and hitting "copy", open up your word document, right click and it will say paste. Paste it and save it as a document.

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    2. Also, if you use Windows, you can right click the three little lines in the upper right hand corner of the screen and choose "print".

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  2. Awesome, have been looking for something like this, thank you very much.

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  4. You are awesomely generous for freely sharing these recipes!! Thank you.

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  6. It's wise to include spices in your food storage. When times are tough, you'll still want some flavor with your food. Spices can be stored for a long time if they are in cool and dry conditions.
    Ron | http://www.pantryparatus.com/our-store/pantry-staples/bulk-spices.html

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  7. I really love these recipes! I have been trying to find some good food storage spice recipes for quite a while. Thank you!
    http://www.pantryparatus.com/our-store/pantry-staples/bulk-spices.html

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  8. I love that you make your own spices! I always thought it would be difficult, but it seems decently easy. I make a spicy meat rub that my husband loves. If there is ever a natural disaster, we better have enough of that in food storage, or he would go insane.

    Jenny Noble | http://www.pantryparatus.com/our-store/pantry-staples/bulk-spices.html

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  9. You have shared very nice and informative recipe to make spices powder nice to see your post.

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