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Does anyone have a homemade mix recipe for both of the McCormick's Monterey and Santa Fe Seasonings? Thanks.
Mike from PA
Santa Fe Seasoning Blend (Salt Free!)
4 teaspoons ground cumin
2 1/2 teaspoons ground coriander
2 1/2 teaspoons chili powder
2 teaspoons dried oregano
2 teaspoons dried thyme
1/4 teaspoon cloves
1/4 teaspoon allspice
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
Combine all ingredients in a small container with a lid or a salt shaker
I came across a great zucchini main dish recipe on a website(About.com:southern us cuisine)I had typed in a search for zucchihi main dish
4 to 6 small zucchini squash, about 1 1/2 pounds
1 medium sweet onion
2 cloves garlic, smashed and minced
1 teaspoon dried leaf basil
dash Cajun seasoning, optional
Does anyone know the ingredients for McCormick Mediterranean pasta mix? It has been discontinued and my family loves that pasta salad.
Kristi from PA
Morning Kristi ~ I googled McCormicks, got their home pg. Looked all over but with out any luck. Perhaps you can send them an email asking about a substitute. Here is the web pg. http://www.mccormick.com/
Does anyone know the recipe for McCormick's meat marinade? They are not making it now.
I came across this forum looking for McCormick Top Chop seasoning. I know it was discontinued back in '92 (showing my age ;-D). If anyone could help me with it I would appreciate it.
Here is the contact page for McCormick. They may be able to help you. They probably won't give you the recipe, but they may tell you some of the ingredients in it and you can experiment on your own.
It was discontinued in 1992.Here is a site with a lot of seasoning recipes https://www.yum rk-Chops-939553.
Does someone have a recipe to duplicate McCormick's Salad Supreme?
By Colette H
McCormicks Salad Supreme Seasoning
1 1/2 teaspoons sesame seeds
What are the spices used in McCormick's brown gravy mix?
By Amber from FL
Hey Amber, if no one else is able to offer a better answer, look at the ingredients label on a package of McCormick's Brown Gravy mix to give yourself a clue. Also remember that in the USA ingredients are listed from highest amount (first listed ingredient) to lowest amount (last listed ingredient) on all labels and try to recreate accordingly.
Ignore most of the unpronounceable ingredients (they are usually additives that won't make the gravy any healthier) and experiment with other ingredients, spices, herbs, one at a time. This way you will be able to eliminate or keep that item on your next attempt at recreating a favorite brand name mix.
Some things to try in brown gravy mix (again, experiment with one per cooking session) assuming it is to make 4 -6 servings are:
2 T of Worcestershire sauce
2 t of Old Bay Seasoning
1 T Dijon style mustard
1 t of any dried spice or herb you would add to a beef soup or beef stew
If you are not into experimenting, try some popular recipe sites and type in an internet search for "Brown Gravy Mix Copy Cat Recipes McCormick's" (or a similar combination of words.) You just might find exactly what you are looking for! Good luck, gal!
I am looking for a copycat recipe for McCormick Grill Mates Brazilian Steakhouse Seasoning. This fantastic seasoning is unavailable at this time in the 6.5 oz size and even the little bottles are ridiculously overpriced on the internet.
Brazilian Spice Ingredients- mix all together
12 teaspoon paprika
12 teaspoon cumin
12 teaspoon coriander, ground seed
12 teaspoon dried chili, flakes
14 teaspoon allspice
Looks like Judy found your recipe.
Thank you for sharing this seasoning. It is relatively new and not a lot of bottles being on sale. Someone is even selling them on eBay 2 for $14!
They do have packets for $1 at Walmart, Amazon.
Thanks! I think that we're still missing a few ingredients, as they list additional ones on the actual package to be an exact replica, but I will definitely try this!
Hiya! You can also get it at Walmart. Here is a link :)
I believe you are asking about the seasoning mix and not the marinade. There does not appear to be a copy-cat recipe for this blend and since it is no longer being made it will continue to climb in price until all sites have sold out.
The least expensive that I found was about $14 for 2 small containers plus $8 shipping! Some of the Sam's clubs may have it but if so, not for long. Amazon no longer has any for sale.
You may have to check the ingredients on your container and experiment (start with a basic Brazilian seasoning recipe) and add small amounts of the other listed ingredients until you find a taste that suits you.
The only ingredients I found for McCormick's had several "out of the ordinary" spices.
Sea salt, spices (including black pepper, paprika, jalapeno pepper, parsley), garlic, onion, red and green pepper & natural flavor (?)
Maybe these are the ingredients on your container. Good luck and maybe you can post a "copycat" recipe sometime in the future.
Does anyone have a McCormick sausage and meatloaf seasoning recipe? It seems that no one has any left for sale so I must make my own or do without!
I found this on Pinterest
1 1/2 tspBasil
1 tspGarlic powder
1 tspOnion powder
1/2 tspThyme, dried
2 tspMustard, dried
Baking & Spices
1 tspBlack pepper
2 pounds lean ground beef
2 eggs, lightly beaten
1/2 cup milk
1/4 cup dry bread crumbs
1 package McCormick Meatloaf Seasoning Mix
1/2 cup ketchup (optional)
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F
Mix all ingredients except ketchup in large bowl until well blended.
Shape meat mixture into a loaf. Place in foil-lined pan or 9x5- inch loaf pan. Top with ketchup, if desired.
Bake 1 hour or until cooked through.
Here you go!
2 teaspoons dried mustard
2 teaspoons paprika
1 teaspoon salt
12 teaspoon dried thyme
1 12 teaspoons basil
1 teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon onion powder
Combine dry spices and seal in ziploc or vacuum seal bag (or jar).
MEATLOAF DIRECTIONS:1 package Meat Loaf Seasoning Mix, 2 pounds ground beef or ground turkey, 2 eggs, 1/2 cup milk, 2 slices bread, finely crumbled or 1/4 cup dry bread crumbs, 1/2 cup ketchup.
Mix Seasoning Mix, ground beef or turkey, eggs, milk and bread crumbs in large bowl (Ialso add the ketchup in this step). Shape into a loaf. Place loaf in a shallow baking pan or 9x5-inch loaf pan. Spread ketchup over top of loaf.
Bake in preheated 375F oven 1 hour or until cooked through. Makes 10 servings, approx 3oz each.
Too bad this has been discontinued but I feel sure they will have something similar soon. Somehow copycat recipes are not always the same and need to be adjusted/changed to create what everyone feels tastes like the "original".
Has anyone duplicated this recipe? McCormick's maple multigrain seasoning is a wonderful seasoning for salmon or chicken. It used to be carried at Sam's Club and I more recently found online at SpicePlace.com, but ordered their last odd lot.
Does anyone have a recipe for McCormick's country chicken seasoning?
Hopefully this one will work for you. http://www.budg hicken-Seasoning
Judy has a good link but I like to keep several sites that I can look up different seasoning since chicken is one of our favorites.
Take a look at these two links and you might find another favorite mix.
Do you have a clone recipe for McCormick's garlic pepper?
the listed ingredients are
Garlic, Sea Salt, Black Pepper, Red And Green Bell Peppers.
You could just mix those to taste, and then come up with your own measurements, put them in a pepper mill, and voila.
Food.com has this recipe:
My daughter loves the McCormick Bag and Season Pork Chops Seasoning packets. She loves it on pork chops, country style ribs and pork roasts , but they are very expensive. Does anyone have a recipe similar to these? My dad got her started on these and at $2 a pop when you need one for about every 3 pounds it adds up! Thanks!
Nikki from Piqua, OH