I like to make my own spice combinations and keep them on hand. If you prefer more of one spice or less of another, feel free to adjust to your liking.
I like to make my own herb creations, from Italian herb combinations to rubs for grilling meats. All it takes is just a simple combination of dried herbs and spices. Once you see how easy it is to make you might not ever buy it premade in the store again.
I always make my own rubs for meats, fish, and vegetables. Sprinkle this rub on fish, shellfish, chicken, pork, and vegetables.
Why buy the store bought stuff when it’s so much better to make your own? Your Thanksgiving turkey will thank you!
Forget the prepared seafood spice mixes in the grocery isle. It’s much more fun and tastes much better to make your own.
Make your own custom spice mix in a container with a tight lid in a cool dry place, and it will last for a year. If you want to tone down the “hot” then cut down on the cayenne powder.
You can buy Pumpkin Pie Spice, but it's so easy to make yourself. Whip up a big batch to use all holiday season long.
I’ve created a delicious BBQ rub for all types of meats and vegetables. Don’t buy the premade stuff in the stores. It’s much more fun to make your own.
Chili Powder Commercial chili powder can be used for making sauces for tacos or enchiladas, salsas and dishes like chili con carne. When using store-bought powder look at the labels to see what spices are included. You can also make your own chili powder. Here is a perfect version. INGREDIENTS...
Za’atar Za’atar is a Middle Eastern spice mixture of herbs, sesame seeds, sumac and salt. It is a spice blend that dates back to the 13th century. Za’atar is used many ways, but most frequently used as a table condiment. Dip warm flatbread into some olive oil and then dip...