House Seasoning Blend

This House Seasoning Blend is a homemade all-purpose seasoned salt made from a few staple pantry items you probably already have in your kitchen. It’s the perfect right-handy combination of flavor that will make your dishes consistently more delicious. Once you start using it, you won’t want to be without it!

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What is House Seasoning Blend?

You’re probably familiar with seasoned salt found on your grocer’s shelf. These blends are combos of seasonings that make dishes tastier and easier to prepare. They can cut down on a list of recipe ingredients which helps shorten food prep.

So does this homemade concoction. It’s super simple and easy to make but proves to be a big help in the kitchen. The basic combination enhances the real taste of foods without covering them up. Plus, it’s more economical than buying a pre-packaged bottle from the store.

A glass shaker jar filled with House Seasoning Blend.

Making A Batch Of House Seasoning Blend

This is probably the easiest recipe on the blog and the one most used in my kitchen. I add it to whatever I usually salt and pepper. Everything from flavoring my eggs in the morning to seasoning all kinds of meats, vegetables, seafood, and even popcorn!

Putting it together is simple. All you do is measure sea salt, garlic granules, and cayenne pepper into a mason jar, screw on the lid, and shake, shake, shake, and shake it some more. That’s it!

A jar with seasoning layered into the jar.

I started using this combination of salt, garlic granules, and red pepper when my children were small. My go-to dishes back then were made with lots of chicken and ground beef. I still get compliments when I use the seasoning today.

Try some in your burgers and on your chicken next time you grill. Simply delicious!

Note: Sea salt is made from evaporated ocean water and salty lake water. It’s not like table salt that is refined and depleted of its minerals; therefore, sea salt has some beneficial ingredients over table salt.

More Homemade Seasonings

Want more homemade seasoning mixes? Give these easy blends a try.

My Pink Cajun Seasoning Blend made with pink salt is just right for all of your Louisiana cookin’! It’s a balanced blend of flavors that won’t overseason your dish. Therefore, you get the taste of the original food accented with Cajun flavor. Perfect!

The southwestern spices in this Best Homemade Taco Seasoning Mix Recipe are great for any Mexican flavored dish. You won’t find any fillers here like you do in the store-bought brands. Just lots of fresh flavor and a much healthier taco seasoning mix.

Recipes To Make With House Seasoning Blend

May I suggest:

A glass shaker jar filled with House Seasoning Blend.

House Seasoning Blend

  • Author: Louisiana Woman
  • Total Time: 5 minjutes
  • Yield: 216 1/4 teaspoons


This House Seasoning Blend is a homemade all-purpose seasoned salt made from a few pantry items perfect for flavoring many dishes. So simple, so easy to make and use!


  • 3/4 cup salt
  • 1/4 cup granulated garlic
  • 2 tablespoons cayenne pepper


  1. Place all of the ingredients into a glass jar with a screw-on lid.
  2. Screw on the lid tightly and shake, shake, shake to blend all seasonings together.
  3. Store in the jar or in a spice jar with a shaker top in your pantry or spice cabinet.


Use this seasoning blend on just about anything you would salt and pepper.

Make a double batch so you don’t run out too soon, or share a jar with a friend.

  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: None
  • Category: Seasonings and Spices
  • Cuisine: American

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