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Looking for a chicken flavor seasoning recipe? Use this recipe to flavor any of the meat substitutes, including tofu. We keep a glass jar of it ready to use with our spice collection. However, if you prefer, mix up the single serving amount each time you need.
single-use amounts given; batch amounts in parentheses ( )
2 Tbsp (1.5 cup) Nutritional Yeast Flakes
2 tsp (8 Tbsp) parsley, ground to a powder
with 1/2 tsp (2 Tbsp) each of the following:
- onion powder
- garlic powder
- ground cumin
- dried oregano
and 1/8 tsp (1/2 Tbsp) each of the following
- black pepper
- cayenne powder
- celery salt
To make a blend of chicken flavor seasoning to keep with your spices, use the amounts listed in parentheses ( ). The batch yields about 3 cups.
NOTE: We use our chicken flavor seasoning frequently, so store it in a glass canning jar with our other spices. However, to keep yours fresh with less frequent use, consider freezing it. Store it in a freezable glass canning jar (some will break in the freezer; make sure yours is freezer safe) and label: chicken flavor seasoning.
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