RSS (Rachel’s Simple Seasoning)
Today I’m going to share a super secret with y’all. It’s my super secret, tonguegasmic spice recipe.
This is the seasoning mix that I use for my tonguegasmic Southern Fried Chicken pot roast, campfire burgers and even veggies, shoot y’all, I use it for everything.
RSS (Rachel’s Simple Seasoning)Print Recipe
- 1/4 C + 3 Tbsp Salt
- * 1/4 C Garlic Powder
- * 1 Tbsp Onion Powder
- * 1 Tbsp Paprika
- * 1/4 C coarsely ground Pepper
- * 1 Tbsp White Pepper
- * 3/4 tsp Cumin
- * 1 tsp Cayenne
- * optional dash of cinnamon you really should add this
- I mix all of this together in a bowl and then pour it into an empty spice shaker and go to town.
- I wish y’all could smell that picture. This mix is perfection, in my humble opinion.
I love it.
As a Bonus, here’s my second favorite spice mix. This is the go to for everything!!
Equal parts salt, garlic powder and pepper. voila!
Thank you to the FABULOUS Mr. Lady. She knows why.
I definitely don’t have any hints…but those seasoning mixes look yummy!
Thanks for putting up the button, dollface. Loveses you. And, I’m tempted to make the rub – does it do well on steak? I don’t fry. Just won’t/can’t not ever again. Also, where do I send these gift certs?
That sweasoning mix sounds awesome!1 Thanks for hsaring…I think I’ll be making some in the very near future….and Congrats on being the new food editor!
I went to a party last night and the hostess made pulled beef sandwiches.
She used this rub and the flavor of the meat was wonderful…even before we added the barbecue sauce. I am making a big batch and sharing with my friends. This is 5-star recipe.
I wish I could smell that too. You ARE domestic. I will definitely try this. I want to be domestic too. Even if I have nothing to share!
I’ve bookmarked that blog post to reference back to when I end up with an empty spice container! I’d love to give it a try. thanks for the tip
This sounds like a wonderful spice mix! 😀 I love trying out new mixes on various items – meats, potatoes, veggies. You name it! 😀
Congrats on the new gig!
I love to marinade chicken thighs in half white vingear and half soy sauce, pat ’em dry, sprinkle with garlic salt and then grill.
It sounds so simple but it’s really different and tasty!
sounds tastey! we like new spices here!
Great tips, I will pass them on to my hubby, the official chef in our house. Oh and…
Yummy mix 🙂
Hungarian paprika or smoked?
Oooo! Can’t wait to use this on my chicken legs. Oh, I mean the chicken legs that I’ll be cooking later in the week. Not that I have chicken legs, because I don’t.
Anyway. thanks for sharing! And congrats on the editor position – awesome!
I make a similar mix. SOOOOO good!
I have no tips, I depend on you!
Congrats on the new editor role!!
XXOO ~ Chick
Sounds delicious – thanks for the recipe!!
Have a good week, Rachel – see you – Kellan
Aww, Rachel. You spice up my life 😉
Sounds a little like the seasoning I put on EVERYTHING, Morton’s Nature’s Seasons. Yummm.
You should bottle these up and give them as Christmas presents!
That seasonsing sounds wonderful. I love your banner…. 🙂 I followed your link from Blissfully Domestic….If I didn’t have to work right now…I would linger….in the words of Arnold…I’ll be back!
I want to snort that. (did I say that out loud?)
Wait til you see what I like to use it on. 🙂
Mr Lady’s latest brilianceSo I’m Sayin’ You Have A Chance