Oregano, Basil, Parsley and other spices are mixed together to make homemade Italian Seasoning. Use store bought spices or your own dried herbs to make your own Italian Seasoning to add to all your favorite recipes! Season chicken, add it to tomato pasta sauces, stir into crockpot soups and so much more!
Make Your Own Italian Seasoning
Making your own Italian Seasoning is so easy. If you ever run out of it, just grab all the spices from your pantry and make your own spice blend!
Or if you’re ever a gardener and grow your own herbs, then you need to start making your own Italian Seasoning!
This recipe will make a little over 1/2 cup of Italian Seasoning. Feel free to double or triple it if you’d like!
Simply add everything to a bowl, mix and store! You will LOVE how much better this tastes than store bought Italian Seasoning, especially if you are using herbs from your garden!
What’s in Italian Seasoning?
You will need these spices to make homemade Italian Seasoning:
- dried oregano
- dried basil
- dried parsley
- dried rosemary
- dried thyme
- garlic powder
Always make sure the individual herbs and spices you are using are fresh and haven’t expired.
Do you want a zing?
If you want to add some spice to your Italian Seasoning add 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes into the mix.
How to Make Italian Seasoning
Add all of the spices to a small mixing bow.
Mix to fully combine all the spices together.
Store in a spice jar and use as needed for all your favorite recipes!
How to Store
Store Italian Seasoning in an airtight container, such as a glass or plastic spice jar with lid. Label the container with the date so you can keep track of it’s freshness. We like these 3 ounce jars and 1 cup glass jars.
Store in an cool, dark place like a pantry or spice cabinet. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight and heat.
How long does it stay fresh for?
Italian Seasoning will last up to 2 years if stored properly.
How to Use Italian Seasoning
Gravies: Add to homemade gravy for more taste!
Pizza Sauce: Never buy pizza sauce again with this homemade pizza sauce.
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- In a small mixing bowl add all of the ingredients and mix to fully combine. This recipe will make over 1/2 cup of Italian Seasoning, but you can double or triple it if you want more. Use as needed in all your favorite recipes!
- Store Italian Seasoning in an airtight spice jar in a dark, cool cabinet. Italian Seasoning will stay fresh for 1-2 years if properly stored.