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Mrs. Dash Copycat Seasoning Mix

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Mrs Dash Clone Seasoning Mix

Combine all in blender and process until well powdered.

1 cup dried vegetable flakes
4 teaspoons herbes fines
4 teaspoons sweet paprika
4 teaspoons parsley flakes
4 teaspoons ground black pepper
1 tablespoon lemon peel, dried
1 tablespoon citric acid powder
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1/4 teaspoon celery seeds
1 dried tomatoes, cut into slivers — not in oil! (1 to 2)

Combine all ingredients and seal in ziploc or vacuum seal bag (or jar) or spice jar.

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  1. I really like this recipe because it has some variations that are helpful. I have some dietary restrictions, so it’s nice to have a few choices. I liked another reviewer’s idea of putting quantities to the changes (e.g., “increase salt to 3 teaspoons”), but I also like that it is more flexible in places, too (e.g., instead of adding an entire tablespoon of onion powder, you could try half). I don’t want to put my own spin on this too much or take anything away from the recipe by changing details, so here are some tips/tweaks:

    If you have none of these spices already powdered in a jar, buy them pre-powdered – it will save time and effort.

    Switch out the celery seed for celery salt . It’s a 50-50 split – so if you have two teaspoons of one, use one teaspoon of the other. If you don’t have either but want to try this recipe, substitute ¼ tsp table salt.

    Add a dash of paprika and/or chili powder , especially if using a pre-mixed seasoning that is heavy on garlic or onion flavor. This will round it all out without being overwhelming. Try smoked paprika for fun!


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