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I may not know the secret to life, but now certainly to Lawry's secret formula.

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gailanng April 10, 2010

I made this sodium-free by using salt substitute.

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Mille® January 25, 2002

I don't know what Lawry's salt is supposed to taste like, but I thought this was really good. I was making a recipe that called for Lawry's, and I didn't have any, so was really glad your recipe was here! Thanks!

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Sharon123 October 07, 2002

DELISH!

I doubled up on the garlic powder because I didn't have any onion powder. The husband said it was a little sweet, so when I made it again, I only used half the sugar (used 3/4 the sugar for the double batch).

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KimberlyPye May 20, 2011

This tastes JUST like Lawry's salt, even without the onion powder and cornstarch (which I did not have on hand). Delicious on steak!

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Joolsey January 20, 2010

Lennie, this recipe is absolutely brilliant. I've made it a few times now. Since I've been in the UK, I haven't been able to find Lawry's Seasoned Salt in any of the stores, and have been searching for a recipe close to it. I also added celery salt, and will consider doubling the paprika next time. I honestly would not have guessed it wasn't Lawry's. Thanks again!

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ChefNeon April 24, 2010

Great, Thanks!!! Was in a pinch, not having any Lawry's, and this was so good, and super fast to put together, I won't need to ever buy Lawry's again! I took the suggestion to add 1/2 tsp of the celery salt, and doubled the paprika. Only thing is that I didn't have onion powder, so I just "upped" the garlic powder.

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imatrad June 23, 2009

Terrific! I added celery salt and it had a very nice flavor. I used arrowroot powder instead of cornstarch, because it's supposed to be very healthy, but I can never really find use for it! I sprinkled in on chicken breast, baked it in the oven, and my kids ate it up! That's a happy night in my house! Thanks for the great recipe!

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peppergirl October 30, 2008

I actually made this low carb by omitting the cornstarch and replacing the sugar with splenda. VERY good! Lawry's is my favorite and this was a close second!

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mandy71480 January 24, 2004

I use this all the time. I make it without the sugar or corstarch, and it tastes great. Don't know if it would still sub for Lawry's but it works for seasoning just about anything: scrambled eggs, microwaved chicken, homemade mayo, any roast....

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Julia H August 29, 2011
Copycat Lawry's Seasoned Salt