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Bon Appetit Seasoning Salt


Question:


I have a recipe calling for Bon Appetit Seasoning, since the neighborhood store doesn't carry this, what can I substitute? Also what is this spice? We are making Coquille St. Jacques.
 

Answers:

Bon Appetit Seasoning is a spice, put out by McCormick Company. Bon Appetite is a very mild blend of Celery, Onion, Salt, and MSG. Its light color makes it ideal for chicken, fish, white sauces and vegetables, tossed salads and baked potatoes

 

Label Ingredient Information:
Salt, Monosodium Glutamate (Flavor Enhancer), Celery Seed, and Onion.

Substitutions:  Beau monde seasoning = equal parts onion powder and celery salt

 

 


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