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• Add to stews, casseroles, hot-pots etc for a wonderful savoury flavour.
• Sprinkle on your favorite meat (especially lamb, hogget or mutton) ˝hr before cooking.
• Lightly sprinkle over French Fries, mashed potatoes, sliced tomatoes and boiled & fried cabbage.
• Beat into scrambled eggs and French Toast mixture.
• Sprinkle sparingly over white fish before cooking.
• No added sugar.
• Gluten Free.
This is POWER salt! If you have ever tried that "All-purpose Seasoning" sprinkle you can buy, and thought that was pretty good stuff, then you will LOVE this! All the same versatility, twice the potency, meaning it will last twice as long!
I have used this successfully in stir-fries, savoury mince, on Nachos and steak, sprinkled it over a green salad, used it as a crouton coating, on grilled-cheese-on-toast, on scrambled eggs and omelettes... basically, anywhere I want flavour. I have yet to find a use for it that doesn't work!
I was advised "...don't shake it on. Tilt it over and tap it gently - you need about half of what you think you will!" and such advise was bang on. I forgot the first time I used it and though the meal wasn't unpleasant at all, it was certainly a lot for potent than it otherwise would have been. Didn't worry me a bit, but my youngest lad turned his nose up at it and complained it was "Blaaaaaa" - which is said with tongue out, and means "...too spicy/hot for my little taste buds Dad."
Probably the favourite dish that I used this in was a Savoury Beef Nachos with melted cheese and fried bacon and onion, topped with freshly chopped spring onions and a generous dollop of sour cream. Nobody left the table still hungry that night, and everyone agreed the flavour was something different but special. I grinned as they all tried to guess what I had done differently (I am known for never following a recipe, but 'experimenting' with every dish I cook, even my stock favourites.) No-one was able to guess, and even after I showed them the container no-one had a clue. Even my wife wasn't too sure if she knoew what "All Purpose Seasoning" was or if she'd ever come across it, so it was a little tough to try and explain it. Best I could do was to say it's "...kinda like chicken salt with a pile of other spices mixed in."
Overall, LOVE this stuff! Sure, sounds a bit pricey, but it lasts about the same as two shakers of the other stuff, which would set you back around $14.00 - $16.00 depending on where you bought it... so the value for money becomes apparent pretty quickly. If you love food that has flavour, you really should try this!
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