Review Morton Season All Seasoned Salt & Coupon

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by on August 23, 2010

morton salt With summer in full swing- you have probably had quite a few BBQs by now. We love to cook outside- especially in the summer, so I’m always on the look out for a new recipe.

This past weekend we had a BBQ with family and wanted to spice up our hamburgers, so I tried Morton Season All Seasoned Salt. I had never tried this seasoning before, but I’m glad I tried it since everyone was impressed with the burgers!  And of course, the best part was that it was super simple (which is always a plus in my book). To make these tasty burgers, I used:

  • 2 lb organic ground beefIMG_7814
  • 1 diced onion
  • 1 tbsp Morton Season All
  • 1 Egg

To make the burgers, just mix the ground beef and ingredients thoroughly. Then separate into equal balls, flatten, and they are ready for the grill.

We also sprinkled some of the Season All on top of the burgers while on the grill for some extra flavor. And then topped with cheddar cheese (and grilled peppers seen in the picture) right before taking them off the grill. Not only did I love the flavor, but my in-laws also loved the burgers and were impressed with how easy they were. I’m looking forward to trying Season All with other recipes (especially on the grill!).

Have you tried Morton Season All Seasoned Salt before? What do you like to put it on? If you haven’t tried it yet, you can still grab this $.55/1 printable coupon to help you save at the store – and enjoy a new flavor!


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  • beth

    We prefer the healthier route of seasonings WITHOUT the salt. I’m thrilled to see more and more companies making foods without salt every day. We really don’t need it and it’s a major contributor to hypertension and heart disease, the number one killer.

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