7tablespoonskosher saltDiamond Crystal kosher salt
2tablespoonsblack peppercourse grind
1-2tablespoonGranular garlic2 for 7:2:2
other things to your taste
Mix well. If using Morton then use 4 tablespoons of salt.
Store in an airtight container.
This is based on Diamond Crystal Kosher salt. Conversion for various salts: 1 teaspoon table salt = 1 1/4 teaspoon Morton kosher salt = 2 teaspoon Diamond Crystal kosher salt.
If you are using Morton salt or another coarse salt like sea salt, use 4 tablespoons.
Use granular garlic powder, not regular garlic powder.
We always use two parts garlic powder due to our love of garlic.
This is a bit heavy in salt for some. Cut it down for your taste.
Use other spices if you want.
Use a shaker with large holes and a top that seals. I get mine at Penzy's
This is written with tablespoons, but you could use teaspoons, cups or any other measurement. It is all about the ratio of ingredients.
Note: I have changed the salt recommendation. If using Morton salt, there is a lot more sodium. I now use Diamond Crystal and find I can get more pepper and garlic taste without overdoing the salt.
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