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Italian Seasoning Blend Recipe

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Susan Kifer


4 teaspoons basil
4 teaspoons oregano
4 teaspoons rosemary
4 teaspoons marjoram
4 teaspoons thyme
4 teaspoons savory
2 teaspoons garlic powder

Combine all ingredients together and mix well. Store in air tight container and stir before using.

Optional: Place ingredients in a small food processor and process until finely ground.

Store in an air tight container.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Good for:

In olive oil as a dip: Sprinkle into olive oil, sprinkle with salt, and use to dip bread.
Crackers or bread: Add to the dough of homemade crackers or flatbread.

Pizza: Sprinkle on cheese pizza.

White beans: Drizzle white beans with olive oil and add a few shakes.

Sauteed veggies: Both sauteed broccoli and lemon herb cauliflower use this tasty seasoning.

Roasted veggies: This easy sheet pan dinner features Old Bay and Italian seasoning.

Shrimp: Add a sprinkle on grilled shrimp, baked shrimp, or sauteed shrimp.

Salmon: Try baked salmon or cedar plank salmon plus a sprinkle and a squeeze of lemon.

Potato Wedges: These Parmesan potato wedges would be even tastier with a shake or two.

Salad Dressing: Try our Italian dressing or Greek salad dressing and mix in Italian seasoning to taste.




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