Everything bagel seasoning is a secret blend of herbs and spices that is a popular condiment for eating on top of toasted bagels. If you like the taste of everything bagel seasoning, learn how to make your own!
This recipe was created by an ex-New Yorker who misses the taste of an everything bagel from time to time. It features poppy seeds, sesame seeds, dried minced onion, dried minced garlic, and dried minced carrot. It’s particularly good on top of bagels that have been toasted in the oven (or toaster oven) with a little bit of butter.
Here’s what you need:
– 2 teaspoons poppy seeds
– 1 teaspoon sesame seeds
– 1/2 teaspoon dried minced onion
– 1/2 teaspoon dried minced garlic
– 1/2 teaspoon dried minced carrot (optional)
The first step is to toast the seeds and other ingredients in a dry skillet on top of the stove until they are lightly browned. In order to get them evenly browned, stir them continuously with a spatula while they cook. After they have cooled slightly, transfer them into a spice or coffee grinder or food processor and grind them into a fine powder. This can take several minutes; depending on which
Have you ever used everything bagel seasoning? If you haven’t, you should. It’s the most versatile and delicious spice mix out there. And it’s easy to make at home, too.
There are a lot of recipes for this out there, but I like the one from Serious Eats. Everything bagel seasoning is very similar to the classic version of Herbes de Provence. Both are blends of dried herbs meant to be added to bread dough or rubbed on meats before cooking.
The ingredients in everything bagel seasoning reflect its origins: It includes poppy seeds, which might show up on an everything bagel, and sesame seeds, which are pretty much required; dried garlic flakes; dried onion flakes; plus salt and pepper. Some recipes also add dried rosemary and thyme; you can use those if you have them around.
Herbes de Provence is a classic blend of herbs often used in French cooking. It includes rosemary, thyme, oregano, marjoram, basil and lavender. The exact proportions vary depending on who’s doing the mixing (and what they’re using it for), but it’s usually a 2-to-1 or 3-to-1 mix of dried thyme to
The name of this blog is Everything Bagel Seasoning. It’s a play on words because there really is such a thing as everything bagel seasoning, and it really is a great addition to your pantry! But when you’re done laughing, read on to learn more about everything bagel seasoning, what it is, and how you can use it at home.
Taste is subjective, so I can’t tell you that you’ll like my everything bagel seasoning. But I can tell you that I think it tastes just like the real thing. And given the popularity of my recipes, I’m confident that many others agree with me!
Everything bagel seasonings are really popular these days. Everything bagel chips, everything bagel baked goods, and now everything bagel seasonings.
I personally have never tried it before the recipe I’m sharing with you today. However, my friend said that she’d love to make her own version of the seasoning. She had just ran out of her existing one and wanted something that she can make herself.
That’s when I decided to make it for her. And as a bonus, I thought of adding my own spin here too. So I created this simple yet awesome homemade everything bagel seasoning mix!
My favorite bagel place in San Francisco is called Wise Sons Bagel and Bakery, and it’s great. One of their most popular sandwiches is the everything bagel with lox.
I eat this sandwich all the time. And I’ve been wondering how I can make the everything bagel seasoning at home.
But getting all the ingredients for the seasoning can be a challenge. Luckily, Trader Joe’s sells pre-mixed everything but the bagels seasoning blend (pictured here).
Ingredients: sesame seeds, poppy seeds, dried minced garlic, dried minced onion, salt
This is much easier than finding each ingredient separately at your grocery store. You can also buy it on Amazon if you’re lazy like me or live in an area without a Trader Joe’s: Everything But The Bagels Seasoning Mix .
You can use this seasoning on other foods as well, not just bagels. Sprinkle it on anything you’d like to have an “everything” flavor: eggs, fish, salads, burgers and sandwiches.
What you’ll need:
• 1 cup sesame seeds
• 1 cup poppy seeds
• 1 cup dried minced onion
• 1 cup dried minced garlic
• 1 cup dried minced dill weed
Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl. Store in an air-tight container. Add a little to your favorite dishes! Sprinkle on sandwiches, salads, steamed vegetables and more.*
I love this seasoning mix on my home-made bread and bagels. We use it as a seasoning on most of our meals (breakfast and lunch). It is great in tacos, homemade bagel sandwiches and other recipes. I like to put it on scrambled eggs, potato or chicken salad and steamed vegetables, too. This seasoning is also great for gifts; add it to jars of dry soup mixes or homemade cookies for a great hostess gift! I have used it in the crock pot to spice up meat dishes, too. You’ll find lots of ways to use Everything Seasoning Mix at your house!**
**Note: Use everything seasoning mix as a salt substitute for flavor enhancement.**