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Emeril’s Baby Bam Seasoning

I love Emeril’s seasoning. I have bought it many times and used it for a lot of different things. It works great as an all purpose seasoning. I use it for hamburgers, steak, chicken, and even fish. I have also used it on vegetables.

A few years ago my sister gave my kids two of Emeril’s kids cookbooks. Included in one of the books was a recipe for Baby Bam Seasoning. I was a little skeptical about this seasoning recipe. I was not sure it would really be like the real thing, but I knew that making the seasoning at home would be much cheaper than buying it, so I decided to give it a try.

It turns out this seasoning really does taste a lot like the real thing. The main difference is it is not as spicy, but for many things that actually works better. I think it makes it more of an all purpose seasoning because I do not always want food spicy. If I want it more spicy for a particular dish, I just add a little chili powder to it before using it in that dish.

This seasoning really is a great seasoning to keep on hand in your kitchen, and if you like the regular store version of Emeril’s Seasoning, you should give this a try.

Now, you are probably wondering exactly how I use this seasoning. Well, I have several recipes coming in the next few weeks explaining my favorite ways to use this.

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  1. What a great seasoning mix to have on hand! I’ll look forward to your recipes that go with it, Lynn. 🙂


    .-= gfe–gluten free easily´s last blog ..Mom’s Deviled Eggs =-.

  2. Yum! This sounds like a great thing to have on hand.

    Thanks for sharing. Can’t wait to see what you cook up with it.
    .-= kate´s last blog ..Yogurt Rainbow Dot Blondies =-.

  3. carol at A Second Cup says

    This mixture will be very helpful to hv on hand. Thanks for the recipe.
    .-= carol at A Second Cup´s last blog ..Recovery Soup: A Second Cup Recipe Suggestion =-.

  4. AllieZirkle says

    Could you circle back to this recipe and update with some links to recipe you use this with? 🙂 Pretty Please?



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