Italian seasoning is a ready-mix of dried rubbed herbs that are “characteristically Italian.”
You can buy it ready-mixed at stores, but making your own is far cheaper, and can often be far fresher. It also gives you control of what goes in the mix.
There is no official version of what goes in the mix. This mix has eight different herbs; some versions have as few as four.
Feel free to vary the proportions of the ingredients based on your personal tastes, or to omit an herb that you don’t have on hand.
Yield: 50 g (1 cup / 16 tablespoons) of dry mix
Italian seasoning mix DIY
- Mix all ingredients.
- Put into in a sealed container, jar or bag. Label and date and store in a cool, dark place.
Use as directed in your cooking recipes, or, to taste.
Snider, Sue. Herbs & Spices. What goes with what food. The University of Delaware Cooperative Extension. Fact Sheet. August 2012. Accessed November 2016 at http://extension.udel.edu/factsheets/herbs-spices-what-goes-with-what-food/
Per 1 tablespoon (7 g) of the dry mix.
- 7calories, 1 mg sodium
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