Lemon Pepper Seasoning is a little zingy and a little tangy, and totally delightful! Making your own lemon pepper is super easy and absolutely delicious.
Homemade Lemon Chili Spice
Making my own seasonings has become something I love to do. Ever since I first tried it and realized how easy it was to do and then how much money I could save, I’ve tried making more and more seasonings of my own. from fajita masala for my own sake Everything But Bagel, it is simple and tastes amazing. This lemon chili masala is no exception. You will love the tangy taste of lemon and the good taste of black pepper that comes from this homemade condiment.
I’ve really had a hard time finding lemon peppers before and so this is a sure fire way to never run out again. Filled with tangy lemon, fiery peppers, and then rounded with garlic and onion powder, this is a win, win condiment. Lemon pepper also goes with a lot of things. You can use it in many ways. Another thing I love about making my own spices is that I can customize it to my family’s liking. More lemon, less pepper or vice versa, this really is the way to go! You have to try it!
What’s in Lemon Pepper Season
This lemon chili condiment contains a combination of simple ingredients for a taste of this world. With pantry staple ingredients you can make quick this season!
- Dried Lemon Peel: You can make your own and I’ll show you how below.
- black pepper: You can use a pepper grinder to get the right consistency for your pepper.
- SaltRegular table salt or a coarse salt can be used.
- onion powder: A great flavor enhancer.
- garlic powder: Adds a wonderful flavor that compliments lemon.
how to make lemon pepper
Super simple and absolutely divine! Add lemon peel, black pepper, salt, onion and garlic powder. Use seasoning as needed on chicken, steak, seafood and fish.
Homemade Dried Lemon Peel
It is very simple, and can also be made the same day as a seasoning if needed. Buying dried lemon peel can be more expensive than it is worth, and it can easily be made from lemons you have or already use.
- Lemon: For drying lemons, I like to use organic lemons that haven’t been sprayed with chemicals if I can find them. If I can’t, I can wash and dry them thoroughly.
- Bark: You can do this in two ways. You can use a sharp knife and carefully peel the lemon making sure to leave the white part or pith attached to the lemon. You don’t want pulp in your peel. This will make its taste bitter. Or you can zest your lemons using a zester or a fine cheese grater.
- long method: Simply spread out your peels or zest as much as possible and place them on a plate. Leave it in a well-ventilated room where it can be placed in the sun and warmed up. It will take a few days for the lemon peel to dry completely. The excitement will be high, so check back often.
- Quick Method: Invert zest or peel on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Place in an oven preheated to 180 degrees. It will take 25-30 minutes to dry. Once cooled it can be stored in an airtight container until ready for use. As for the peel, you can grind it in a spice grinder when it’s ready to use.
- dry: Make sure the peel or zest is completely dry so that it doesn’t mold.
How to use and store lemon peppers
It is an amazingly flavored spice that enhances your cooking in many ways.
- Add: Lemon pepper goes beautifully with any type of meat. add it chicken, steak, and fish When you need something special.
- to splash: Elevate your popcorn, vegetables and potatoes by sprinkling some on top, or mixing them with melted butter.
- Use: Make amazing pasta, soup and potato dishes by mixing this secret ingredient.
- Dressing and Marinade: Mix it with vinegar and oil for a homemade lemon pepper dressing. Swap it for regular black pepper in a marinade to add a whole new kind of wow!
- Lemon Pepper Varieties: Add and discard spices and herbs as desired. Trying to be salt free so skip the salt.
- shop: Lemon peppers work best when stored in a tightly closed jar away from heat or light. It should remain dry and cool. It will last for 6 months.
Add lemon peel, black pepper, salt, onion and garlic powder. Use spices as required.
calories53kcal (3%)Carbohydrate14g (5%)protein2g (4%)fat1g (2%)Saturated fat1g (5%)polyunsaturated fat1gmonounsaturated fat1gsodium6983mg (291%)potassium228mg (7%)fiber6g (24%)sugar1g (1%)Vitamin A67IU (1%)vitamin C31mg (38%)calcium91mg (9%)iron1mg (6%)
All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is an estimate only. The nutritional value and nutritional value of each recipe will vary based on the brands you use, the measuring methods, and portion sizes per household.