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Salt-Free Spicy Herb Seasoning Blend

Submitted by: Christina 
Living In: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Brighten up meats, veggies, and even popcorn with this salt-free spicy blend of herbs and spices! 
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All-Purpose No-Salt Seasoning Mix

Submitted by: PJango 
Home Town: Torrance, California, USA
A delicious blend of garlic powder, basil, thyme, savory, mace, sage, and other herbs makes any meal extra special. Make a huge batch for easy gift-giving. 
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Misti's Dried Herb Salad Seasoning

Submitted by: Misti Jackson 
Sprinkle this blend of dried herbs and Parmesan cheese over pasta salad or salad greens to add extra flavor. 
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Jerk Seasoning

Submitted by: Celia 
If you've ever eaten jerk pork then you'll love this recipe that calls for all the fixings for a hot and spicy summer barbecue. The rub is made from a combination of spices, including cayenne, cinnamon, and thyme. 
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Tom's Blackened Seasoning

Submitted by: TOMSGONEFISHIN 
The nice thing about this recipe is that the dish doesn't taste burnt even though you can get a nice blackened look. The sugar and the thyme caramelize and give it a wonderful flavor. All my friends love it. 
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Blackened Seasoning Mix

Submitted by: DJBPITT 
Home Town: Wexford, Pennsylvania, USA
Eight ingredients and you've just made your own salt-free Cajun seasoning mix at home. 
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Creole Seasoning Blend

Submitted by: JOSLYN 
This Creole seasoning blend is great for seasoning rice, meats, soups and stews, or anything that needs a flavor boost. Also makes a great gift when placed in a decorative jar with recipe attached. 
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Italian Seasoning I

Submitted by: Suzanne 
Excellent seasoning for all recipes that call for italian seasoning, I like to use it for just about everything Italian or not! Store in an airtight container; it keeps for about 12 weeks. You can use fresh herbs you dry yourself, or store bought dried herbs - of course, the ones you grow and dry yourself are better! 
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Italian Seasoning II

Submitted by: Denyse 
Better than already prepared types because you can adjust it to your taste. I use the bulk baggie spices in the Mexican food aisle, they're so much less expensive and taste great! 
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Carol's Spicy BBQ Sauce

Submitted by: MAVNCURLY 
This is a recipe for spicy barbeque sauce. I let meat set overnight in the sauce. It makes a great marinade sauce. Its really spicy so if you don't like it so spicy leave out the pepper flakes. This also helps as a meat tenderizer. Enjoy!  
 
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