Learn how easy it is to make your own Italian seasoning. It adds amazing flavor to marinades, pasta, chicken, pork, beef, and more.
Seasoning can add flavor to any dish, and it’s easy to do at home with this Italian seasoning recipe. The recipe includes herbs like oregano, thyme, and basil, which give your food an Italian flair.
Have you ever wondered how restaurants make their food taste so good? Well, one of the secrets is seasoning.
This recipe is simple to follow and includes all the spices you need to add delicious Italian flavor to your dishes.
How to Make Italian Seasoning
This seasoning recipe comes together in just minutes. Simply measure the herbs, mix, and use right away or store in a jar for use later.
What is in Italian Seasoning?
Some commercially prepared Italian Seasoning packets contain added sugar or salt. This particular recipe just uses dried herbs, basil, oregano, parsley, marjoram, thyme, and rosemary.
If you want a little kick to your spice, add a bit of red pepper flakes.
How Long Does Italian Seasoning Last?
For the longest lasting freshness, use dried herbs that are freshly purchased. When stored in an airtight container and a cool dry place, the spice mix can last up to 1 year.
Uses for This Spice Blend
Once you make this, if you are like me, you will find dishes all the time to use this in. Here are a few of our favorite recipes.
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Italian Seasoning Recipe
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- In a bowl, add the dried basil, oregano, parsley, thyme, and rosemary. Mix until incorporated.
- Transfer the Italian Seasoning to an airtight container or a jar.
Your Own Private Notes
Recipe OptionsIf you prefer a bit of spice, add 1/2 Teaspoon of Red Pepper Flakes.
Do you like a garlicky flavor? Add 1 Tablespoon of Garlic Powder.