Copycat Good Seasons Italian Dressing Mix

  • pointsevenout 3 years ago
    Recipe by Wynnebaer: Copycat Good Seasons Italian Dressing Mix
    Another moneysaver!
    Recipe makes 2oz mix which is about 4 packets of the store bought stuff.
    Ingredients don't stay mixed that well. Maybe a run through a spice/coffee grinder to make all components the same size will help the conglomerates stay mixed.
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  • pointsevenout 3 years ago said:
    Yes, that's much better. A spice grinder is the ticket!
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  • pointsevenout 3 years ago said:
    Rlk had a complaint about "too much salt'. I did a compromise, just in case, by using garlic powder instead of garlic salt to cut back on the salt content a little.

    I'm not surprised that is the case, because much of the store bought spice mixes are mostly salt. At a premium price, I might add.
    That's the reason I like to keep my own spice mixes on hand, minus the salt.
    The recipe I'm angling at seems to need the spice packet true to recipe so I only cut back the salt a little.
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  • frankieanne 3 years ago said:
    Did you make it up into dressing yet? Wondering how it tasted as dressing...
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  • pointsevenout 3 years ago said:
    It's going in the recipe now. Will be 5 to 8 hours before tasting.
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  • frankieanne 3 years ago said:
    Hey, pso, I am wondering how this did taste-wise as compared to Good Seasons. :)
    Someone said too much parsley and oregano. ?? Wondering if they were just troll-ing.
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  • pointsevenout 3 years ago said:
    Taste fine to me. Not over salty either.
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