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Mt. Olympus Greek Style Seasoning

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Opa! Our customer's favorite Greek seasoning, Mt. Olympus Greek Style Seasoning, will become your new go-to Greek spice rub for making classic Greek chicken at home. This blend of Greek spices is also great for roasted potatoes, making homemade tzatziki sauce, or for seasoning your favorite cut of lamb: lamb chop, lamb shanks or leg of lamb. It tastes like all the best Greek flavors within one bottle!

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Olympus is a popular name given to mountain peaks worldwide, from Turkey to California to Australia to Colorado, as well as Greece, of course. While Mount Olympus in Colorado helped inspire this seasoning, it's far from the most imposing peak in the state. This blend takes classic Greek ingredients and combine them perfectly to bring you a blend that need only be paired with olive oil. Opah!

Mt. Olympus Greek Style Seasoning FAQ

What is Greek seasoning?

Typical Greek seasoning is most commonly made up of lemon, garlic and oregano spices and flavors.

What is Greek seasoning used for?

Greek seasoning is used for seasoning chicken, potatoes, pork, beef and many different cuts of lamb. It can also be used for a marinade, tzatziki sauce, and Greek dressing vinaigrette. For a tzatziki recipe, mix 1 t of Greek spices with 1 cup plain yogurt, 1 t olive oil, 1 t lemon juice, 1/2 peeled, seeded, and minced medium cucumber, and 3-4 cloves minced garlic. For a homemade Greek dressing, mix red wine with olive oil then add lemon juice, chopped garlic, and 1-2 tsp. of Greek seasoning.

What is a Greek cooking style

Greek style cooking often uses a combination of olive oil, lemon, garlic and a blend of many different herbs, including but not limited to mint, oregano, dill, and thyme.

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Garlic, lemon peel, salt, Greek oregano, spearmint, black pepper, citric acid