Homemade Chicken Seasoning

My family loves the chicken seasoning that I make. This is a homemade variety that tastes so good and is so nutritional. You can make all kinds of dishes with it;  stir-fry, soups, or as that extra something a dish needs to make it taste good. You can pretty much doctor up any dish that doesn’t taste so good.

The onion powder, garlic powder, oregano, and turmeric are all germ fighters. So, this is a great recipe for yourself and your family to help you to not get sick. Who knew something so tasty could be so good for you?

You can add it to any soup, casserole, or main dish recipe that doesn’t taste that good. It really helps. Once I made a vegetarian noodles casserole that had tomatoes, zucchini, and onions in it. It was a lot of work and the sauce didn’t taste so good.

So, I just put the chicken seasoning on the table along with some real salt. Everyone sprinkled some of both on their noodle dish. They ended up loving it so much that they wanted me to make it again. It tasted like it had a Campbell’s Cream of Chicken or Cream of Mushroom Soup sauce on it.

If you take about 1/4 cup of the chicken seasoning, you can add it to 2 cups hot cooked white beans and just enough water to cover the beans plus an inch above the beans in the blender to make a chicken flavored gravy really quick. Add 1/2 a quartered yellow onion and 1 garlic bud before blending for better flavor. There’s a special secret ingredient that adds a nice flavor that I tell my Bargain Beans classes about.

The nutritional yeast can be bought at a health food store. It is not the type of yeast for making bread. It has all of the B vitamins in it and is very nutritional. Here is what the nutritional yeast looks like:

Nutritional Yeast for Chicken Seasoning

Homemade Chicken Seasoning


This recipe comes from Joanne Rachor’s book Of These Ye May Freely Eat, which is a 250-recipes book that I offer in my healing diet class. The ingredients for this recipe are so good for you too.

 

  • 1 1/2 cups nutritional yeast
  • 3 Tbsp onion powder
  • 3 Tbsp real salt
  • 1 1/2 Tbsp basil
  • 1 Tbsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp oregano
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric

Put all ingredients in a blender and blend until well mixed. Store in a glass jar. I like to use a small Adam’s peanut butter jar. Keep the lid on in case there is moisture in the air. You don’t want it to get all caked.

For a complete demonstration of how easy and fast this is to make, click here.

 

 

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

17 Responses to “Homemade Chicken Seasoning”

  1. [...] 1/3 cup chicken seasoning recipe [...]

  2. [...] Homemade Chicken Seasoning [...]

  3. [...] Homemade Chicken Seasoning [...]

  4. [...] Homemade Chicken Seasoning [...]

  5. [...] Homemade Chicken Seasoning [...]

  6. 6
    N. E. Longley

    This note is in response to your mention of Jack H. West audio tape – Living the Full Word of Wisdom. I had the tape and now I can’t find it. I’ve been looking on the I-net but cannot find a copy. If you know of anyone who has the tape for sale, please RSVP.

    Thanks! & I’m going to try your Homemade Chicken Seasoning – I eat a lot of sprouted/cooked beans.

  7. 7
    Nutribuff

    Thank you for your interest!
    I am glad you eat a lot of sprouted/cooked beans. You will probably
    live a long life. I will keep a watch for that tape for you. It’s a good one.
    Janet

  8. [...] Homemade Chicken Seasoning [...]

  9. [...] Homemade Chicken Seasoning [...]

  10. [...] Homemade Chicken Seasoning [...]

  11. [...] Homemade Chicken Seasoning [...]

  12. [...] Homemade Chicken Seasoning [...]

  13. 13
    Dan

    Here are links to the whole Jack H. West’s full lecture LIVING THE FULL WORD OF WISDOM in MP3 files…

    Part 1: http://jumbofiles.com/h5f6415bnfaq

    Part 2: http://jumbofiles.com/b794i416218q

    And here is a link to the whole lecture uncut: http://jumbofiles.com/bvtvf9c3h7eg

    Friend me on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/?ref=tn_tnmn#!/daniel.duke.904

    Here is a link to the transcript that goes with his lecture: http://jumbofiles.com/kjs2qaohaf81

  14. 14
    Janet Hailstone

    I love it. Thanks!!

  15. [...] 1-2 Tbsp Homemade Chicken Seasoning [...]

  16. [...] 1. Potatoes -What can be easier than washing the dirt off of 20 potatoes, then putting them in the oven at 400 for 40 minutes.  Then you have some great, filling, nutritious baked potatoes ready for your favorite toppings (blended or regular soup, vegennaise, salsa, olive oil with salt and chicken seasoning) [...]

  17. [...] 2 Tbsp homemade chicken seasoning [...]


Want to Leave a Reply?


− 6 = two