Low Sodium Lawry’s Seasoned Salt Recipe
While at the grocery store this afternoon I refreshed my bottle of Lawry’s Seasoned Salt. As I’m in the process of trying to switch to salt substitutes however, I figured I’d try and come up with a recipe for a homemade version of Lawry’s which uses a salt substitute. Traditional Lawry’s contains 380 grams of sodium per 1/4 tsp, or about 16% RDA.
The Lawry’s bottle lists the following ingredients: Salt, sugar, spices (including paprika, and turmeric), onion, cornstarch, and garlic.
There are a number of recipes on the net for making Lawry’s Seasoned Salt. Well, actually there’s one recipe which is on several sites:
I figure that if you substitute the salt in the above recipe with either Cardia or Nu-Salt sodium substitutes, I’ll get all the yummy taste of Lawry’s without the sodium.