I love making homemade spice blends! You can customize them how you want and honestly, it makes me feel super cheffy to use a blend that I made myself. Here are our favorite ones that I always have on hand! I also included links to recipes that use these blends so you can get cooking …
I LOVE making my own homemade spice blends! They add so much personality to my cooking, and I can avoid extra sugar or additives that come in commercially packaged seasoning blends.
Below you’ll find all of the homemade spice blends I posted on Perry’s Plate. In each of the posts you’ll find ideas and recipes to use the blends. They all contain easy to find herbs spices — most of which you probably already have!
If you’ve been using the same old jar of pumpkin pie spice for years and years, it’s time to upgrade! Making your own is so easy, and I’m willing to bet you already have the ingredients in your cupboard.
If you have trouble finding garam masala in the grocery store it’s easy to make your own blend! I included directions for grinding whole spices or using pre-ground.
If you’ve been following along for a few years, you’ve probably tried my Homemade Taco Seasoning. It’s one of the oldest and most beloved recipes on my site. (If you haven’t — you should. It’s the best basic homemade taco seasoning you’ll use! I know several of my readers have gifted it during Christmastime. Yep.) …
Homemade Steak Seasoning is one of those staple recipes I’ve been using for 10+ years, but never posted. Why? I figured everyone had a steak seasoning they liked and maybe the Internet didn’t need another version. But almost every time I mention steak seasoning on Instagram, someone asks me if I make my own and …
I’ve been talking a lot on Instagram about a gut healing protocol I’ve been doing — similar to Auto-Immune Protocol (AIP). (But not the same.) The idea is to remove foods that commonly cause inflammation in the body or are triggers for a lot of people to allow the gut to heal. Why? Lots of …
Italian seasoning is pretty straightforward, right? Why make homemade Italian seasoning? It’s usually a blend of 4-5 herbs. No fillers or sweeteners or weird ingredients. As far as seasoning blends go, it’s pretty clean. So, why bother making it? Because the regular stuff is boring. There. I said it.
Enjoy a jar of everything bagel seasoning — whether you live by a Trader Joe’s or not! Just 6 ingredients and delicious on just about everything.
Here’s a super easy homemade version of Chipotle’s newest pork-chicken chorizo! Make a big batch of this seasoned meat at the beginning of the week and use it in scrambles, hashes, salads, and wraps all week long
This Thai Seasoning Blend is unique and easy to use! I included recipe ideas in this post, too. Make a batch and let me know what you think!
This simple seasoning for sweet potato fries can be used as a dry rub for grilled meat, too!
Making your own paleo ranch dressing is SO easy and having a dry paleo ranch mix on hand makes it super easy without having to keep fresh herbs on hand.
If your only experience with curry powder is the sad yellow dust with the red lid, stick around. I’ll show you how to make homemade curry powder and it may change your curry life. You can grind it from whole spices or use pre-ground. I included instructions for both in the recipe notes!
If you’re tired of spending oodles of money on taco seasoning packets with fillers instead of flavor, you’ve come to the right place. Once you try this deeply flavored taco seasoning blend, you’ll never go back to the pricey store-bought packets.
This Middle Eastern Inspired Spice Blend is so good in a marinade! Mixed with some lemon juice and oil it creates the BEST grilled chicken!