Homemade Greek Seasoning

Making your own spice blends are not only quick and easy, it saves money too! Use this Homemade Greek Seasoning all lots of different dishes – meat, chicken, eggs, potatoes and more!

Making your own spice blends not only is quick and easy, it saves MONEY too! Use this Homemade Greek Seasoning all lots of different dishes - meat, chicken, eggs, potatoes and more!

We are filling our Homemade Pantry again today with this all-purpose Greek Seasoning. we use this spice blend on burgers, chicken, fried potatoes and even eggs. Making your own spice blends are super easy and a frugal alternative to buying a bottle in the store.

Homemade Greek SeasoningGreek Seasoning is one of those unusual seasonings. It has a strange blend of spices that at first glance makes you think it wouldn’t be any good. But the spices that surprised us the most were the cinnamon and nutmeg. But don’t fret we have found it best to blend up a couple of batches and let the spices mingle together for a couple of days before you use them.

Mix your own spice blend

When mixing up spice blends, we have found that it’s easiest to make a quadruple batch. It really doesn’t take that much longer, maybe a couple minutes, then it’s done for awhile. Be sure to store it in an airtight container.

Homemade Greek Seasoning

If you like making your own spice blends, you may also like our – Homemade Taco Seasoning, Grilling Spice Blend, Apple Pie Spice, Pumpkin Pie Spice and don’t miss our tips for organizing your spices.

How to Organize Spices | on PocketChangeGourmet.com

Use the Greek Seasoning in the following recipes —

Ham and Egg Casserole

 Ham and Egg Casserole

Grilled Wings with 3 Sauces :: Recipes on PocketChangeGourmet.com

Grilled Wings

Homemade Greek Seasoning
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A great all-purpose seasoning for chicken, beef or even potatoes.
Recipe type: Seasoning
Serves: 4 tablespoons
  • 2 teaspoons Kosher salt
  • 1 teaspoon Pepper
  • 2 teaspoons Oregano
  • 1½ teaspoons Onion Powder
  • 1 teaspoon Cornstarch
  • 1 teaspoon Parsley
  • ½ teaspoon Cinnamon
  • ½ teaspoon Nutmeg
  1. Mix together all ingredients in a small bowl
  2. Store in airtight container
This recipe can easily be doubled, tripled or quadrupled



  1. YES! YES! YES! My husband and I REALLY like a particular Greek seasoning that you can buy in the store and were just talking a couple of days ago about finding a replacement for it because it has preservatives and msg. :'( So I am thrilled that you linked up on Recipes I Can’t Wait to Try! Thanks!
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  2. Looks spot on! Yum… Curious though: what does the cornstarch do?
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  3. Coming to you from Let’s Do Brunch…
    Thanks for sharing this! I like to make my own blends. Would rather use what’s in my pantry than buy yet another jar of something. And I have everything listed!
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  4. This sounds yummy, totally pinned it for later use!! Stopping by from At Home With Haley!
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  5. I would love it if you shared your recipe here:

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