This is our go to herb-based, salt free poultry seasoning & turkey rub blend for the holidays - though we rarely limit its use to then. Add as a rub in classic roast chicken or turkey or try in stuffing, veggie burgers, soups, vegetable soups and tofu marinades. 1 ounce turkey rub (3 tablespoons) is enough for a 14-16 lb turkey. Hand blended from rubbed sage, thyme, Tellicherry black peppercorns, marjoram, rosemary, celery seed, white peppercorns, Greek oregano, onion granules, garlic granules, ginger.
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To roast turkey: Mix 2 tbsp turkey seasoning + 2 tbsp kosher salt. Generously season the turkey cavity with salt and pepper, to taste. Brush the turkey with olive oil, and rub with RawSpiceBar's turkey rub.
Cooking Tips: Poulty seasoning, as the name implies, is a type of seasoning used to elevate the flavors on chicken, turkey, and stuffing. Nowadays, it is used to add flavor to meat burgers, soups, pot pies, herbed sauces, casseroles, meat loaf, and herbed breads. Pairs well with: pumpkin pie spice, apple pie spice, and chili powder.
A one ounce package can actually last me for months...I put it in an air tight container. I want to make homemade stuffing right now just to taste the wonderful blend of spices.....It's my favorite childhood memories.....
This is the only thing I will use to make my stuffing/dressing at Thanksgiving; it was the only thing my mom used. The flavors are suitable for other dishes as well. They enhance the meat without overpowering its flavor.
My mother wouldn't - couldn't - make stuffing without poultry seasoning. And neither can I. Nor my daughter-in-law, nor her mother. I mean, it really is generational. it's the best, folks. The best.
This brings me back to my childhood with my mom in the kitchen making Sunday turkey dinners and of course the holidays! But when I moved to Arizona I could not find it anywhere! And buying regular poultry seasoning is NOT the same.
I purchase this each year for Thanksgiving. It does not have that bitter taste that store-bought seasonings tend to have. It has a very natural taste and makes a huge difference in how my turkey dressing tastes. I actually threw out my accumulated cans of poultry seasoning. Never again will I purchase McCormick's poultry seasoning.