Homemade (Lawry’s Style) Seasoned Salt

DIY Season Salt, Make your own Lawry's style seasoning at home

It’s a cleaning day today.

I’m taking a little break from loads and loads and, oh – more loads of laundry to show you this.

Mostly because you, and seasoned salt, are way more fun than laundry and pretty much everything else on my cleaning agenda.

Lawry’s is one of our favorite seasonings for grilled-anything.

Salmon? check. Chicken? check. Hamburgers? check.

So, we came up with our own and love it just at much.

We skipped the sugar, cornstarch, tricalcium phosphate, natural flavor, and paprika oleoresin. DIY Seasoned Salt  - make your own Lawry's Style seasoned salt at home

We were just fresh out of tricalcium phosphate and oleoresin.

But I’m telling you – you won’t miss them.

Spray or brush your chosen meat with olive oil, sprinkle on some of this seasoned salt, then grill, broil, bake or fry.

Dinner is served.

Oh! And brianstorm! Get some cute little jars, make adorable labels, and take this along for a hostess gift this season.

It’s an incredibly fast and easy unsweet treat.

Homemade (Lawry's Style) Seasoned Salt

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

This is a versitile little seasoned salt that can be used on many meats and anywhere you would use store-bought seasoned salt. It's so quick and easy, and it makes a spiffy little gift too!


  • 4 teaspoons Kosher salt
  • 4 teaspoons garlic powder
  • 2 teaspoons onion powder
  • 1 teaspoon paprika
  • 1/2 teaspoon turmeric


Add all ingredints to a small bowl. Stir to mix well. Store in a tightly sealed container.


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11 thoughts on “Homemade (Lawry’s Style) Seasoned Salt

  1. I hope you made some of this for a certain F.I.L. for Christmas. I’m pretty sure over the last three weeks when I’ve been over at his house, I’ve seen him put this on everything he’s eaten…including a donut. Not really. Really.

    • Oh, yes. I plan to. I’m just shopping around now for an attractive 5 gallon bucket with a flip-up shaker top. You know, just to make things easier.

  2. Bahaha, I just hate it when I’m fresh out of tricalcium phosphate and oleoresin. You’d think the neighbors would have some, but nooooooo, that’d be too convenient.

    • Ha!! You totally have me giggling over here. Can you imagine? “Hi Dearie, my can of tricalcium phosphate just ran out, and I need some for my chicken. Can I pop over and borrow a pinch?”

    • Not much difference between Salt (Sodium Chloride) and No-Salt (Potassium Chloride). They are both salts… Just exchanging the sodium for potassium does almost nothing!!

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