You can use Italian Seasoning in many dishes! Put it in your spaghetti or pizza sauce, mix a bit with softened butter and garlic and spread on toasted bread, use in soups, dips, lasagna, etc. Italian seasoning is usually just a blend of oregano, parsley and basil. You almost can't go wrong adding it to any kind of Italian food or tomato based recipes.
I use Italian seasoning when I am making scrambled eggs if I have no fresh herbs available.
Italian Seasoning will brighten up the flavor of a frozen pizza. Add it to any pasta dishes, or season meats with Italian seasoning befor grilling.
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