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    Question Need some Seasoning Recommendations!!


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    Plain and simple looking for any custom season blends or prepackaged seasons for ground beef , steak and chicken. Let me know what you've been using. Sodium free would be a plus but I'll take a look at whatever you suggest. I just need a change from the Mrs. Dash stuff I get from the local grocery store...


    **EDIT: also looking for some good marinades too!
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    I always use mrs dash's sodium free for everything. The fiesta lime is spectacular.
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    Everglades seasoning is pretty good. Or some creole seasoning.
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    mcgormick steak season / laury's marinades
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    Quote Originally Posted by MakaveliThaDon View Post
    I always use mrs dash's sodium free for everything. The fiesta lime is spectacular.
    My store doesn't have this one but I think I'm going to order some online, thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Colochine View Post
    Everglades seasoning is pretty good. Or some creole seasoning.
    Creole is the same thing as blackened?

    Quote Originally Posted by GeekPoop View Post
    mcgormick steak season / laury's marinades
    Lawry's marinades look great! I'm going to try the Hawaiian one first.
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    Creole seasoning, it's more of a salt substituted dad and brother put that shizz on everything even steak.
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    There is also a steak marinade called Dales I use on occasion that's pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colochine View Post
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    Creole seasoning, it's more of a salt substituted dad and brother put that shizz on everything even steak.
    Never heard of it before... I'll see if I can find some locally. Always down to try new flavors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colochine View Post
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    Creole seasoning, it's more of a salt substituted dad and brother put that shizz on everything even steak.

    Duuuude Tony Chachers is the shiiiiixt! Its like Lawrys but better. If youre ever looking for a bomb ass mashed potato recipe... http://allrecipes.com/recipe/suzys-mashed-red-potatoes/

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    nd then throw a bunch of Tony Chachers on there... **** tastes just like applebees mashed potatoes!

    PS - Definitely not a lean friendly recipe with a **** load of butter and sour cream but its good as hell if youre looking for a cheat meal
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlawedGrunt View Post
    Duuuude Tony Chachers is the shiiiiixt! Its like Lawrys but better. If youre ever looking for a bomb ass mashed potato recipe... http://allrecipes.com/recipe/suzys-mashed-red-potatoes/

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    nd then throw a bunch of Tony Chachers on there... **** tastes just like applebees mashed potatoes!

    PS - Definitely not a lean friendly recipe with a **** load of butter and sour cream but its good as hell if youre looking for a cheat meal
    I'm on the Lean Gains lifestyle so I could definitely use that in a postworkout meal, thanks!!
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    I've rubbing my chicken with dijon mustard before tossing on whatever seasoning I'm gonna use - gives it an extra tang that is really nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    I've rubbing my chicken with dijon mustard before tossing on whatever seasoning I'm gonna use - gives it an extra tang that is really nice.
    That does sound tasty and never thought to do that


    You guys saved me a ton of guess work! I've got a few solid ideas to try out for this weekend fo sho
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    This stuff owns.....you can put it on ANYTHING

    get it on amazon I've only been able to find it in IL
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDarkHalf View Post
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    This stuff owns.....you can put it on ANYTHING

    get it on amazon I've only been able to find it in IL

    Sounds good! Just made me think og the gyros I get from Greek Village....mmmmm
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    http://www.fiestaspices.com/index.asp?page=index

    They're a San Antonio based company and with a large selection of spices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pablogdog View Post
    http://www.fiestaspices.com/index.asp?page=index

    They're a San Antonio based company and with a large selection of spices.
    Have you personally tried any of them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by monstermash View Post
    Have you personally tried any of them?
    Oh yes. My favorite is "Uncle Chris's Steak Seasoning"; good on beef or chicken but does have some sodium although a little goes a long way.
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