Originally Posted by Aunt Bea
Now that you have it you might as well experiment with it. Try adding a good amount of onion powder and a smaller amount of garlic powder, maybe a big pinch of cayenne pepper to the bottle and give it a good shake to mix it up. The added ingredients will help cut the salt/sugar and amp up the flavor.
I use Goya Adobo with pepper as an inexpensive all purpose seasoning.
Thanks Aunt Bea. I was thinking along the line of diluting it.
But I found my answer today at work.
I mentioned it at work and a coworker said he loved the stuff.
Tomorrow he's going to receive a gift of a bottle minus a few shakes.
Originally Posted by Steve Kroll
I don't use seasoned salt at all. It's not that I have anything against them, or object to the taste. The problem I have is that it's impossible to know what the season-to-salt ratio is, thus making it too easy to over salt the food.
If I use a seasoning blend, I would rather use a product without salt, and salt the food separately. Penzeys has a number of salt-free seasoning blends that are pretty good. Mural of Flavor and Arizona Dreaming are a couple that I like.
Mr. Steve, I agree totally.
I bought this only because I'd heard such glowing reviews from peeps.
I have all the ingredients on hand separately.
In the future I'll use my tastes to make spice blends that are to my taste.
But nothing ventured nothing gained and it's different strokes for different folks kind of thing.
Count me in as one who wants to spice foods as I see fit with the spices I have on hand.
It seems to be easier and cheaper as far as I can see.