Another Look at Seasoned Salt

We spent a lovely Book Club afternoon on Sunday at a friend’s new house, and I brought, as requested, Soul Rolls, which are a hoooge favorite.

Mira, asked me how to make them, and I was telling her, explaining the ingredients that I make myself, to which she responded, “how am I supposed to make all of that?”

In her defense, she works full time and has three kids in school, all with varied and different activities, so…


Mebbe Mira is not going to make the Sherry Peppers Sauce or the Pepper Relish, but she can (easily) make the Seasoned Salt.

Sure, you can just go to the market and buy a jar, but how much nicer if you can make your own and…

customize it a bit to suit your taste and preferences?

I add turmeric, Aleppo pepper, and curry powder to mine, because I love the way they all enhance the flavor.

Not a fan? Leave ’em out, and mebbe add your own favorites! It is all good.

•4 tbsp salt
•4 tsp sugar
•1 tsp garlic powder
•1 tsp onion powder
•1/2 tsp paprika
•1/2 tsp curry powder
•1/2 tsp turmeric
•1/2 tsp cornstarch
•1/4 tsp black pepper
•1/4 tsp Cayenne pepper

Note: concerned about the amount of sugar? Go ahead and cut it back to two teaspoons.

Whisk the ingredients together in a bowl, then transfer to a jar, close it, and give it all a good shake to combine further.

Your own take on seasoned salt.

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