Crazy Salt

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I can not stop grinning over this Crazy Salt spice mix. Why did it take me so long to make my own version of Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Salt blend?

No more searching the stores, no more buying the pre-mixed spices; this blend smells fresher and I like it even more than the original! 

Crazy Salt - copycat recipe for Jane's Krazy Mixed Up Salt - get the recipe at barefeetinthekitchen.com

I’m in heaven with this Copycat recipe for Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Salt and I’m happily sprinkling it on everything.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a container of Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Salt in my spice cabinet.

I use Crazy Salt on eggs, meat, popcorn, vegetables, french fries, and any kind of potato.

You can use Crazy Salt anywhere you might want a sprinkling of salt, but it is especially amazing on eggs. Eggs just aren’t eggs in my house without the Crazy Salt.

Crazy Salt - sprinkle this anywhere you would use salt and kick up the flavor! get the recipe at barefeetinthekitchen.com

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Crazy Salt

4.72 from 7 votes
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Ingredients 

  • 1/4 cup kosher salt
  • 4 teaspoons granulated garlic
  • 1 tablespoon fresh ground black pepper
  • 2 teaspoons granulated onion
  • 1/2 teaspoon celery salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • optional: 1/4 teaspoon finely crushed sage

Instructions

  • Combine all the spices in a jar and stir or shake to combine. Store in an airtight container until ready to use. Enjoy!

Notes

You can pulse all the spices in a blender for a finer more uniform blend of spices or simply stir them together in a jar. I tend to measure the spices in finger pinches, the same way I use kosher salt, so the jar method works great for me. Just shake the jar if the spices begin to separate.
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Crazy Salt - copycat recipe for Jane's Krazy Mixed Up Salt - get the recipe at barefeetinthekitchen.com
 
 
 
 
I can not stop grinning over this Crazy Salt spice mix. Why did it take me so long to make my own version of Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Salt blend? No more searching the stores, no more buying the pre-mixed spices; this blend smells fresher and I like it even more than the original! I’m in heaven with this Copycat recipe for Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Salt and I’m happily sprinkling it on everything.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a container of Jane’s Krazy Mixed Up Salt in my spice cabinet. I use Crazy Salt on eggs, meat, popcorn, vegetables, french fries, and any kind of potato. You can use this Crazy Salt anywhere you might want a sprinkling of salt, but it especially amazing on eggs. Eggs just aren’t eggs in my house without the Crazy Salt.

 
Crazy Salt - sprinkle this anywhere you would use salt and kick up the flavor! get the recipe at barefeetinthekitchen.com

Crazy Salt

4.72 from 7 votes
Pin Print Review

Ingredients 

  • 1/4 cup kosher salt
  • 4 teaspoons granulated garlic
  • 1 tablespoon fresh ground black pepper
  • 2 teaspoons granulated onion
  • 1/2 teaspoon celery salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • optional: 1/4 teaspoon finely crushed sage

Instructions

  • Combine all the spices in a jar and stir or shake to combine. Store in an airtight container until ready to use. Enjoy!

Notes

You can pulse all the spices in a blender for a finer more uniform blend of spices or simply stir them together in a jar. I tend to measure the spices in finger pinches, the same way I use kosher salt, so the jar method works great for me. Just shake the jar if the spices begin to separate.
Tried this recipe?Mention @barefeetkitchen or tag #barefeetkitchen!

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Hi, I’m Mary. I’m the author, cook, photographer, and travel lover behind the scenes here at Barefeet In The Kitchen. I'm also the author of three cookbooks dedicated to making cooking from scratch as simple as possible.

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  1. Rebecca says

    I'm ridiculously excited about this! I remember my husband introducing Jane's Crazy Mixed Up Salt to me… and we've had the good fortune to find Jane's Crazy Mixed Up potato chips, too. If you ever see them, grab a billion bags!

  2. J says

    Thanks for the recipe, Mary. I look forward to using it, but I'm wondering if you used granulated garlic or garlic powder. It seems that there is a difference between the two.
    Thanks,
    Jaylene

  3. Pam says

    Mixed it up, sprinkled it on boneless pork chops and grilled. Very good. Looking forward to using it on all kinds of things.

    • Mary says

      The only difference between the two is that granulated garlic has a thick, cornmeal-like texture, while garlic powder is finely ground. It won't affect the flavor too much, but you might want to stir or shake between uses, in case the finer powder falls to the bottom of the jar.

    • Mary says

      Yes, crushed sage is a dried herb. It comes in a spice jar, similar in appearance to to dried oregano. I typically crush it between my fingers before adding it because it tends to have bigger pieces in the mixture. I hope that helps!

  4. Renee P. says

    Does the original Janes Crazy Mixed Up Salt actually contain cayenne pepper?
    I have used this seasoning for years & absolutely love it & season everything I cook with it, but we have only one grocer that carries it & a small container of it is over $3.00. So glad to have found this recipe so I can make my own & save myself a small fortune over time.

  5. Krystal says

    Gonna make this soon…now if you only had homemade versos of krazy mixed garlic, pepper, & steakhouse. …..I would be in heaven.

  6. Marsha says

    Thanks for the Crazy Salt recipe.
    I can’t find Jane’s Krazy mixed up ‘Steakhouse’ seasoning any more. Someone at one of the grocery stores told me the company has been sold.
    Do you have similar recipe for Steakhouse seasoning?

    Thanks4 stars

  7. Patty K says

    Have loved this mixture for years but could never quite get it right when I tried to replicate it. Closest I came was the same basic ingredients (minus cayenne) but with tarragon instead of sage, which is also very good. Thank you for solving the mystery! 😊5 stars

  8. Maria andujar says

    I made this seasoning,and it wonderful. At first I order the Kracy Jane salt on Amazon but after making this, I cancelled my order. Thank you for this recipes. God bless you5 stars

  9. Beth says

    I live in N. Ireland and like yourself use Jane’s Krazy Mix-up Salt. I was so happy when I found your recipe. Thank you for sharing.5 stars

  10. Cristina says

    I haven’t tried making a flavored salt. I’ve enjoy buying mixed salt when I visited Europe. It was just perfect for any of my dishes. I would love to try this recipe. as it looks so easy. Thank you!

  11. Barb says

    Thank you for the recipe for Crazy Salt, I have been using it for years and love it! But it can be hard to find, no more. Can’t wait to make it. I use it as my only spice in my homemade chex mix that my family loves! Also love it on all vegetables. Will try it on more items also.5 stars

  12. Cristine Henderson says

    We were thrilled to find your Jane’s Krazy Salt recipe! We made it this wknd in a big mason jar. Set for the year! We first found JKS at a general store of a posh little town where we settled in PA, but after 2yrs this store stopped supplying it. We went nuts trying to find it. We were ordering it from a distributor in Florida. Then, we moved to the county next door and thrilled to discover it at the local general store. This store is closing due to large corporations like Costco & Walmart. We were devastated until we found your online recipe. We are addicted to JKS, it is a must-have for soups, scrambled & fried eggs, potatoes…. pretty much everything except sweets. Your recipe was marvelous. We added one ingredient…. hot paprika which we found at a whole foods store. Nice touch. Thanks again!

  13. Michele says

    Question, what brand kosher salt? I understand Morton is twice as salty as Diamond and I want to get the proportions correct. Thank you!

    • Mary says

      I can’t say I’ve ever noticed a difference, Michele. For what it’s worth, I use Morton most of the time.

  14. Kristin D says

    Pretty darn good! I tried this and a few other “crazy janes” like recipes, I think adding “accent” and the slightest amount of lemon pepper and a dash of marjoram gives it a little more edge. Then again I use to mostly for baked products (baked tilapia with this and some rosemary on top is an all time favorite). Have any want to try and figure out little caesars breadsticks? That one has alluded me for some years now I’ve almost given up…4 stars

  15. Sherry Baker says

    I think I will try this blend! My husband eats to much salt, so he now tries stir bohght spice blends!