Sprinkle more joy and flavor on your everyday meals with Lawry’s seasoned salt!
Picture this: you’re in the middle of whipping up a new dinner recipe when you realize you’re out of seasoning salt.
We’ve all been there!
No worries, this copycat recipe for Lawry’s seasoned salt is here to rescue you!
It’s cheaper, easy to make, and a lot more convenient than heading to the grocery store to get Lawry’s.
This copycat seasoned salt has the perfect blend of spices and seasonings that delivers nothing but amazing flavors.
With this homemade version of Lawry’s seasoned salt, you get to add more oomph to your savory dishes.
Lawry’s Seasoned Salt Recipe
This copycat is a must-try!
Why buy Lawry’s seasoned salt when you have everything it takes to make it at home?
This version of Lawry’s seasoned salt calls for common kitchen condiments and is embarrassingly easy to make.
And unlike the original, this homemade version doesn’t contain possibly harmful ingredients.
I mean, just check the back of the bottle and you’ll find a list of hard-to-read ingredients in there!
We all know those can’t be good.
Also, it’s a lot cheaper than buying the actual seasoning.
So, what are you waiting for? Read on to learn more!
This copycat recipe has a blend of salt, sugar, and four different spices.
It might seem like a lot, but trust me, you have all of these in your pantry!
The spices are as follows:
- Onion Powder
- Garlic Powder
The 7th ingredient is cornstarch. As a thickening agent, it helps the seasoned salt adhere to whatever food you use it on.
How to Make Lawry’s Seasoned Salt
It couldn’t be easier. Just whisk together all the ingredients until they’re well combined.
I like to store Lawry’s seasoned salt in a small spice bottle. Use a funnel to transfer the seasoning from the bowl to the bottle.
- The original seasoning contains celery, so you can add a pinch of celery salt if you like.
- Paprika adds heat and a nice pop of color. But do you know what’s even better than paprika? Smoked paprika! Its smokiness gives the seasoning a more robust flavor.
- No turmeric? No problem, use cumin instead. Both spices have a similar earthy flavor. The only difference is, turmeric has a nice, golden hue.
How to Use Lawry’s Seasoned Salt
As I’m sure you can imagine, seasoned salt is just as versatile as regular table salt.
Whether it’s prime rib, roasted chicken, pork chops, fish, or casseroles, there’s no savory entree Lawry’s seasoned salt can’t enhance.
You can also sprinkle Lawry’s seasoned salt on fries, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, popcorn, and practically any savory snack you can think of.
You can even use it to add flavor to marinades, rubs, sauces, and batters for deep-fried foods.
Heck, you can even season Bloody Mary with it!
How to Store Lawry’s Seasoned Salt
Store the seasoning in a tight-lid container and keep it in a cool, dry place. Keep it away from heat, humidity, and light.
If stored properly, Lawry’s seasoned salt will maintain its integrity for up to 2 years!
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