Cooking is easy. Preparing your own food is often healthier then relying on convenience foods and can help you save a lot of money. When you cook yourself, you have complete control over the ingredients. Time and love is all that you need to start cooking. We can all agree that food prepared with love tastes better. Beside love you also need herbs, spices and seasonings. All Great cooks have well-stocked spice cabinet full with aromatic ingredients. Prepare yourself an easy, healthy and really tasty homemade seasoning and use it in your dishes.

Seasoning your food properly is really important. Over-seasoning can ruin your dish. Small amount of salt in your home cooking will bring out and enhance the flavors of your home cooked dish. If you’ve never made your own spice blends, I’d encourage you to try this “Homemade Seasoning Recipe”. It’s simple, saves money, you know what’s in it and you avoid the chemical additives that are in most spice blends. All herbs used and needed for this recipe are dehydrated, and you can buy them at local healthy food store. If you have dehydrator and time, you can dry them by yourself.

Prepare healthy soup full of vitamins by using this “homemade seasoning” as main ingredient. Also use it when cooking “oven-baked potatoes” before you put them in the oven, or add it in mashed potatoes for better taste. Season salads, prepare marinades or add it to the dish near end of cooking or after cooking. Smell it and use it where you like. Feel free to experiment, you can’t go wrong. Even use this homemade seasoning over Popcorn.

Ingredients

All ingredients are dehydrated.

  • 3.5 oz (100 grams), dehydrated Celery root flakes
  • 3.5 oz (100 grams), dehydrated Carrot flakes
  • 3.5 oz (100 grams), dehydrated Parsnip flakes
  • 1.7 oz (50 grams) or (3.5 oz (100 grams), dehydrated Parsley leaves
  • 3.5 oz (100 grams), dehydrated Leek flakes
  • 3.5 oz (100 grams), dehydrated Onion flakes
  • (optional) 1 or 2 dehydrated Bay leaves
  • (optional) no more then 0.7 oz (20 grams) dehydrated Rosemary leaves
  • (optional) 1.7 oz (50 grams), dehydrated common nettle leaves
  • (optional) salt by taste but not preferable. You can add salt later depending on dish you are preparing

Recipe Instructions

It’s really simple to prepare. Put everything in a food processor, blender and grind them until became powder. If you do not have big enough blender, grind them separately and mix them all together in a big bow. Store it an airtight jar for up to 1 year.

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