Homemade Seasoned Salt is a recipe I’ve had on my list to try to recreate for several months. What better time than now while we’re thinking about inexpensive gifts!
What’s fun is that not only did I come up with a very easy and MSG free way to make this seasoing (similar to Lawry’s), I also came up with ideas for delicious ways to use it in new yummy recipes. Now we can mix up some Seasoned Salt for gift purposes, as well as print off cute recipe cards so our recipients will have fun ideas for cooking with their gift. Package it all up together and it will be a hit!
Homemade Seasoned Salt
- ½ cup sea salt
- 2 teaspoons sucanat
- 1½ Tablespoons paprika
- 1 teaspoon turmeric (optional)
- 1 teaspoon onion powder
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon cornstarch
- Mix all ingredients well.
- Funnel mixture into a salt shaker.
- This recipe makes about ⅔ cup of Seasoned Salt.
(I use Redmonds Sea Salt.) This seasoning is perfect for your French fries, for your burgers or steaks, for chicken – for adding a little pizzazz to just about any food. In addition, you’ll want to download these Seasoned Salt Recipes for tasty and easy ideas. Mixing this seasoning up to give as a gift? Print those recipe cards and include them in the package.
Look how pretty all the colors are before you mix them all together!
I found the shaker jar for this at Wal-mart for 97¢. I’d look at the dollar store too for fun shaker variations at a low cost. The ingredients cost a minimal amount, making this gift delicious, fun, and inexpensive too!
More Homemade Gifts for Under $5 coming soon. This is too much fun!