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Thread: Lawry's salt

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    TVWBB 1-Star Olympian Bob Correll's Avatar
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    Found this:
    "Corn starch is a thickening agent and also serves as a dispersant of the finer spices so as to achieve better, more uniform coverage. It is nearly tasteless."

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    I grew up on it and always keep a bottle. It's great on chicken and ribs.

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    My wife loves Lowery's and we have been using it for years. Great flavor.
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    TVWBB 1-Star Olympian Bob Correll's Avatar
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    I was at the store today and spotted a 1 lb jar on sale for $2.50, at that price it seemed silly to clone it.
    Poured some into a smaller jar and added a little onion, garlic, and ancho powder to kick it up and cut down on the salt level.
    Tasted darn good on some cottage cheese with grape tomatoes.

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    Lawyers is good stuff,Been using it for about 30 years or so. There garlic salt with parsley is darn good to

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    Thanks guys, I'll probably add black pepper and cut the salt a little if I make the clone recipe, Thanks for that, maybe a touch more garlic powder. But.. it's not bad as is,

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    If I find a deal like Bob did, I might give it a shot, otherwise, meh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Solak View Post
    I use it a lot! My SPOG rub, Salt, pepper, onion, garlic always has Lawry's in it. I
    Would you mind sharing the measurement amounts for a small batch??

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