What spices/herbs go into poultry seasoning?
I am currently living in Northern Thailand, and, while I can't be home for Thanksgiving dinner, I would at least like to try and make some dressing, mashed potato and rolls on the day, problem is I don't have store bought 'poultry seasoning' for the dressing but a lot of western spices and herbs, so does anyone know what spices/herbs and what proportion go into the mix?
Thanks, and happy Thanksgiving!
I am asking this specially for the dressing, I am a vegetarian so I will not actually be having any poultry, I just have used it for seasoning the dressing, but I guess if anyone has any killer alternative seasoning combinations for dressing I'm open to those as well
- Jen NLv 71 decade ago
Ok, I found my jar of poultry seasoning in the spice cabinet. It lists the following ingredients; Thyme, sage, marjoram, rosemary, black pepper and nutmeg. This is the order they were listed in. From the taste I would say it's equal parts thyme and sage with only half parts of marjoram, rosemary and black pepper. The nutmeg would just be a dash. Hope this helped!
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- 1 decade ago
I know what you mean,
Primary seasonings are Thyme and Sage, specifically Rubbed Sage.
salt, and Garlic.
If you are vegetarian, than this is how I would go about the mixture.
Saute butter, onions, and celery together until they are nice and soft not caramelized, add to it parsley and thyme, put the remaining butter in till nice and melted, and use water instead of chicken broth. add the sage last it can be a little overpowering, salt garlic and pepper to taste, place in oven, I like to add oregano only because I like the taste and chopped parsley, I place a little Xtra butter on top because I like the flavor it layers into it.
My friend adds raisins and stuff but I don't like that although my other friend adds a little Parmesan on top and that is really yummy.
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- callielLv 51 decade ago
A blend of rosemary,oregano,sage,ginger,marjoram,thyme and pepper. I'm sorry I don't know the amounts of each, I just read it off my box of Bell's Seasoning.
Why'd they block thyme?
- Chetak.Lv 71 decade ago
I quite like an apricot glaze, but sage, thyme and Rosemary mixed is good.
- 1 decade ago
use rosemary, its so nice with poultry
- Anonymous1 decade ago
orango is always good