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*Remember to buy organic and avoid your food allergies when making this recipe! If you do not know what your food allergies are get them tested soon!

Depending on what herbs you may need to stay away from, there are two ways you can make your own Italian seasoning rub for you meat of choice. I prefer using chicken.

If you are not allergic to what is in the Organic Italian Seasoning that is sold at the store, I highly recommend buying it for a quick and easy way to season things if you are new to adding flavor and cooking from scratch. Here is my quick and easy Italian dry rub:


Approximately 2 Tbsp Organic Italian Seasoning (depends on how much meat you are making)
1 Tbsp Onion Powder
1 Tbsp Garlic Powder
Add Sea Salt and Pepper (a good size pinch of each for each piece of meat)
Add a Tbsp golden Monk Fruit (optional if you want caramelization to occur if grilling)*

If you ARE allergic to what is in a typical Italian seasoning or wish to make a homemade version, here is what I usually throw together.
2 Tbsp dried Basil
2 Tbsp dried Oregano
1 Tbsp Onion Powder
1 Tbsp Garlic Powder
1 Tbsp dried Parsley
1 tsp dried Rosemary
1 tsp dried Sage
1 tsp dried Thyme
1 tsp dried Celery Seed


Mix all these dried herbs and seasonings and put them in a small jar with a lid and use as needed to flavor various vegetables and meats. (optional – you can grind in a coffee grinder to make it a finer consistency)

To make an Italian Seasoning Rub using my homemade seasoning mix, what I usually do is dry off the chicken (for example) with a paper towel and then drizzle Avocado Oil and use a brush or my hands to get it on the front and back. Then I sprinkle a pinch of sea salt and pepper on each piece of chicken and also sprinkle and rub some of the seasoning rub into the meat. *

Cook the meat however you would like – grilled, pan fried, baked, roasted – for how long the particular type of meat needs to be cooked.


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