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Season-All Pepper Seasoned Salt

 From: Mark 
 Sent: Sunday, December 6, 2020 2:13 PM
 To: '' 
 Subject: spice recipe

 On 12/6/2020 3:31 PM, Mark wrote: 


 I am looking for a spice recipe, that was discontinued. It was called McCormick 
Peppered seasonall. They key is the peppered. They made Garlic season all regular 
season all and the peppered season all

It has been discontinued.

It is very coarse and not finely ground like the regular one and here is the list 
of ingredients on the back of the container 
Black Pepper, 
Chili Peppers, 
and Extractives of Paprika

I was hoping that someone had a copy cat version of this version.

Thank you

Should have read Mortons Pepper Season all


Hi Mark,

This product appears to have originally been "McCormick Peppered Season-All Seasoned Salt".  There seems to have been a legal battle between McCormick's and Morton's in 2008 over who could use the "Season-All" name, and afterward the product became "Morton's Pepper Season-All Seasoned Salt".  However, Morton's has discontinued it.

McCormick's also owns "Lawry's and sells a similar product under the name "Lawry's Black Pepper Seasoned Salt". However, this product appears to lack the chili pepper or chili powder.


There is a "copy cat" recipe on a message board here: ThriftyFun The recipe:

I have a recipe that comes close to Season All. Here it is:

Copy Cat Season All

1 Tablespoon of Pure Ground Black Pepper
1 1/2 teaspoon Chili Powder
1 teaspoon Garlic Powder
1/3 Cup Kosher Salt
1 teaspoon Onion Powder
1 Tablespoon Paprika

Mix all in a bowl and place in an airtight container.

There is a similar recipe here: Season-All Copycat

Mark, none of these claims to be an exact clone of the McCormick's or Morton's product. You may have to adjust the ingredient amounts slightly to your taste. In particular, you might have to add more black pepper to the two "copycats."

If all else fails, you might try adding a bit of chili powder or ground chili pepper or red pepper to the Lawry's product. Perhaps that would be close. It appears to have the other ingredients.

I will post this for reader input.


Thank you for the detailed reply. I will try playing around some more with what you sent me. 
I have Lawrys in my spice cabinet along with just about every obscure commercial spice blend.

I need to get to the spice store and pick up some dried chillis and different pepper corns

Thanks again


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