Bon Appetit Seasoning Salt

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



Bon Appetit Seasoning SaltBon Appetit Seasoning Salt is a spice put out by McCormick Company.  It 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 Appetit seasoning = equal parts onion powder and celery salt



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6 Responses to “Bon Appetit Seasoning Salt”


    Like to see the Bon Appetit Seasoning put back on the market it’s great seasoning

    • Cathie norris

      Omg this is my favorite I’m so mad I can’t find it any more. It was always hard to find si when i could find it i bought every bottle. Now its discontinued. Bring it back please…

  2. kathy adams

    I have not been able to find Bon Appetit and wonder when you will be bringing it back on the market. Old World Spices have Bon Appetit, but it contains Silicon Dioxide, a chemical which is toxic to me.

  3. Shelly Kirkpatrick

    You can purchase Bon Appetit on Amazon. My mom used this for a recipe. She looked everywhere then found it on Amazon.

  4. Amy Miller

    The McCormick website shows to use 1 Tablespoon Celery Salt, 1 Tablespoon Sugar and 1 teaspoon Onion powder. Not equal parts.

  5. Mary McDonald

    McCormick! Please bring back Bon Apetit! I agree with all of the above comments. I cannot find it anymore, not even on amazon. Ihave used my last bottle.


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