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To use Magic Seasoning Blends in Chef Pauls recipes simply add up the amount of dry herbs and spices called for in the recipes "Seasoning Mix". Substitute the appropriate blend (for example, if you were doing a chicken dish, youd substitute Poultry Magic) in the proportioned amounts for each cookbook listed below:
Substitute approximately ¾ the amount for Chef Paul Prudhommes "Seasoned America" Cookbook
Substitute approximately ½ the amount for Chef Paul Prudhommes "Fork In The Road" Cookbook
Substitute approximately the same amount for Chef Paul Prudhommes "Fiery Foods That I Love", "Louisiana Kitchen", "Kitchen Expedition", and "Louisiana Tastes" cookbooks
If a recipe calls for a sweet spice or an unusual ingredient subtract the amount of sweet or unusual spice prior to adding up the dry herb seasoning mix, then add back the subtracted ingredient(s) to the Magic Seasoning Blends amount required for the conversion.
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i have been using it since my trip to New Orleans many years ago. I was very happy to see that I could buy it on lline.
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It is rather bland tasting and one thing for sure, NONE OF THESE SALT SUBSTITUTES WILL SATISFACTORILY REPLACE THE REAL THING, TABLE SALT. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Melvin H. Chapman
Very good product. Prompt delivery. Totally satisfied. Of course, have enjoyed chef parishioners books for years!Published 1 month ago by Mary Allen
not the tastiest seasoning I've ever had but its salt free.. I guessPublished 3 months ago by paul simms
My husband had open heart surgery recently, and it was recommended that he watches his salt intake very carefully. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Elaine A. Kosey
I found this at some store a while back. Running out, I searched everywhere without success. Thank Goodness Amazon could provide! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lynn Martinek