Fresh Frozen Seasoning

When a little girl I used to love watching my mother cook. Especially when she let me help make her homemade seasoning instead of store bought seasoning powder, other than salt and pepper. She would bring down her blender and a big red, green or yellow bell pepper, my mother used the green bell pepper most of the time. She brought out a big onion, cilantro, garlic buds, and pepper. She cut up the bell, onion and chopped up the cilantro. and let me throw them into the blender. Now, you don't add any water, they have enough water in them. You add nothing else besides other herbs or veggies, like fresh sweet basil if you like. We then put the blender on puree.

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After it is pureed with bits of small chunks (which is ok), Mother then poured the seasoning mix into ice cube trays she kept just for this. The ice trays had covers. She froze most of it in mason jars but always kept a jar in the fridge for using right away.

When we made chicken, we chopped it up to put it in a boiling pan first to cook it inside well, wash the chicken really well and place it in the empty pot. Throw in a cube or two or two spoons, if you are going to use it out of the fridge instead of the freezer. Rub it on your meat with your hands making cuts in the meat if it's thick and rub some of the seasonings into the cuts. Rub until the meat is well rubbed with the seasoning. You then pour about a cup of water in the pot and put it on the stove on high once the chicken boils cut the heat down to a medium then cover and let the meat cook simmer. Let the meat cook into this seasoning. It will go into the meat and around it as flavor, not anything you can see. When your meat is cooked completely inside then brown it on a frying pan with grapeseed oil or olive oil, Crisco is good too, all in med. or high flame however brown you want it. The meat is already cooked so what's left is to brown it or grill it. if you don't want to fry, put the meat in the oven until it browns to your taste.

You will never buy bottled powder garlic, onion powder or any other seasoning you can make yourself and save your health. Most shelf foods have a shelf life of five years or more in supermarkets, isn't that crazy! I hope you like the way your meat will taste. No way can powder seasonings make it taste so good. Sometimes when I feel like a veggie omlet, I will put a pinch of the seasoning in my eggs and mix. It tastes soo good, try it!

Good luck!

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May 20, 20190 found this helpful

WOW, THAT IS A SUPER ARTICLE, WILL DEFINITELY SHARE, LOTS OF COOKS IN THE CAT WORLD WHO WOULD APPRECIATE THIS I AM SURE. THANK YOU.

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May 20, 20190 found this helpful

I agree, "WOW", a great article, Thank You!!!

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