Breakfast Sausage Patties:Mix 1 Tbsp. Homestead Seasoning per lb. of ground pork. Shape into small patties and sear in a hot, oiled skillet until cooked through.
Roasted Root Vegetables: Toss large diced sweet potatoes, beets, red onions, turnips, or any other hearty root vegetables with enough olive oil and Homestead Seasoning to coat. Spread on a foil-lined baking sheet and roast at 400 degrees until fork-tender.
Homestead Seasoning Q&A
What are the ingredients in Homestead seasoning?
Homestead seasoning ingredients include paprika, sugar, honey powder, salt, black pepper, garlic, onion, shallots, coriander, arrowroot, mustard powder, lemon peel, turmeric and parsley.
What do you use Homestead seasoning for when cooking?
Use Homestead seasoning in most places where you'd typically apply paprika seasoning. Homestead is great as a BBQ rub or marinade for chicken, pork and steak.
What does Homestead seasoning taste like?
Homestead seasoning tastes both sweet and salty, with paprika being the leading flavor alongside other earthy and aromatic notes.