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Homemade Sazon Seasoning

I discovered Sazon whilst growing up in Hartford. My Puerto Rican friends all used it and I soon was hooked. I discovered that those little magic spice packets ( sold most popularly by Goya) did so much to add colour and flavour to my Portuguese dishes. It isn't spicy. It is all the latin flavours you know in one very convenient 1- 1/2 tsp. packet. All the spices and herbs used lend themselves beautifully to my Mediterranean cuisine, only downside is that it is loaded with salt and MSG! So, when I moved to the UK, I learned I could make my own Sazon....without the extra nasties. Here is my recipe for the little packet of magic...aka Sazon! Enjoy XOXOXO

Sazon Seasoning Homemade

Makes about 12 sevings of 1-1/2 tsps. which is equal one packet of commercial sazon.

1 tbsp. Ground coriander

1 tbsp. Ground cumin

1 tbsp. Ground annatto

1 tbsp. Garlic powder

1 tbsp. Onion powder

1 tbsp. Course sea salt

1 tbsp. Dried oregano

1 tsp Ground black pepper

Optional: 10 saffron threads

1. In a mortor and pestle or mini spice grinder, mix all ingerdients

2. Store in an air- tight container for 6 months in a cool dry place.


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