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    Desert Hot Springs United States

    Seasoned Salt Substitute

    I ran out of seasoned salt while making chex mix and need a substitute. I have salt, onion powder and salt, and garlic powder on hand but don't know the amounts to use. What else, if anything, would go into it?


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    Courtenay canada

    Seasoned Salt Substitute

    hi jewel,
    i use an all purpose mix, of 1 cup of salt,1/4 cup of pepper and 1/4 of garlic powder.
    to this you can add chili powder, cumin itallian spice oregano. any spice that you like you can add to the salt mixture. hope this helps out a bit. my rule of thumb is if it smells good use it. but in small quanities as some spices are more over powering than others.
    happy spicing

    remember,STRESSED spelt backwards is "DESSERTS"
    happy cooking

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    Corsicana USA

    Seasoned Salt Substitute

    this is the recipe i use for seasoning salt
    1/2 cup table salt (or 3/4 c kosher)
    1 tbsp celery salt
    1 tbsp garlic salt
    1 tbsp paprika
    1 tsp dry mustard
    1 tsp onion powder
    1/2 tsp cornstarch
    1/2 tsp ground oregano

    combine and process for a few seconds or a few whirrs of the blender

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