DIY Mixes - spices, sauces, gravy, breads, etc.
17 Recipes Created by PROVERBS31JULIA
Make our own mixes for spice blends, sauce packets, gravy packets, salad dressing mixes, all-in-one flour mixes for cakes, cookies, breads, pancakes, etc. We can control for ingredients we don't need - sodium, artificial colors/flavors etc. Gluten-Free folks, make other changes as needed.
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Cookbook creator says: DIY spice mixes, gravy mixes, self-rising bread mixes that can be used for pancakes, cakes, muffins etc. If we can make the mixes ourselves, we can control the ingredients, especially sodium or artificial color/flavor etc.Submitted by NATNMARGIE
Forget buying packets of seasonings. They're expensive and often full of salt. Save sodium and money by making this easy herb blend. Use it in sauces, soups, stews, on meats... anywhere you want to add Italian flavor without fat or sodium!Submitted by CHEF_MEG
This is a great sauce for serving over your favorite pasta, on pizzas, eggplant parm, chicken parm, lasagna, baked ziti or manicotti.
You may simmer this for 24 hours.
This is to reduce the water for a smooth non-runny sauce.
Submitted by GILGEORGE
Cookbook creator says: oooh? wow. so would like the pea poweders - would we just grind the split peas as is, without cooking? or do they need to be soaked and then dried? It never occurred to me to make my own protein powder.Submitted by JENNA1101
If you are cooking for someone on a low sodium diet, use this recipe instead of taco seasoning. This recipe is the equivelant to one package of taco seasoning (or 3 tablespoons.) Adjust the strength of any ingredient to your taste.Submitted by APRILDAWN678
Can use Chia seed and water to make a replacement for one egg white, which can be used in baking or cooking, or in smoothies. There are many websites online discussing this process and I've summaries the various articles to post this recipe. Can make Submitted by PROVERBS31JULIA
Usually bought. Some online recipes use extra spices like ginger, fenugreek, or paprika, reflecting other area of the Middle East, but this is more like my friend used to use. Can use less or more of a spice depending on your (or family preference), like I prefer more cardamom than some.Submitted by PROVERBS31JULIA