What is your "go-to" marinade or seasoning for chicken?
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Just a little seasoning...
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Online Recipes never have enough seasoning?

Do recipes online just never have enough seasoning? I mean, I don't want the taste so strong that I'm choking on my meal but when I try a recipe for the first time I follow it exactly. Usually the recipe ends up being not flavorful enough, whatever it's missing. The second time and beyond that I make a recipe I'll add extra seasoning (usually just more of whatever it already calls for) and it will come out much better.

I know the obvious solution is to taste as I go, season more, blah blah blah, that's not what I'm asking.

What I'm asking is: Does anyone else just feel like online recipes never have enough flavor? Do you all have any favorite online recipe sources?

Edit: Its been hours so here is the general comment consensus

-Recipes are guidelines

-Taste varies, Preferences are preferences

-Maybe old spices?

-Use legitimate sources for recipes if you will be following them to the letter

-Recipes are made to fit a broad audience

-and most importantly, the question I asked in the first place; Ultimately, no. Recipes online don't call for enough seasoning for most commenters

Im seriously going to be hearing "Recipes are Guidelines" in my flipping dreams tonight

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Just the right amount of seasoning for Prairie Village
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I noticed too late that there was something wrong with my bagel seasoning v.redd.it/zm7w29huhub61
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Salt shotgun: +50 damage to insects, +10 seasoning
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Inspired by the salmon posted yesterday. Cabbage soup veggies and jasmine rice with umabashi seasoning
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After waiting 16 weeks, I finally received my first stick burner. Needless to say, I wasted no time seasoning it. reddit.com/gallery/m20z1p
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Does anyone else forage sea water and make their own sea salt? Tomorrow I will be making my own seasoning blend for use on meat.
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500-600f on the grill, doing thin wipes while it smoked away, finally gave me a nice black seasoning. Hopefully it doesn't come off like all my 12 months of thick and thin oven attempts, and just cooking cooking on them did. reddit.com/gallery/m0v4w7
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No recipe, just made a promise to myself I wouldn't waste any more vegetables. πŸ₯” πŸ«‘ 🌢️ + Chuck roast & seasoning.
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Adding some tasty seasoning to this week's Odyssey
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Seasoning is OVER RATED (Or, How I learned to stop worrying about it and "Just Cook")

It seems like every day we have people posting and fretting that their seasoning isn't immaculate, which is fine. Its great to want gorgeous looking pans that give slippy slidy eggs. But you don't have to have the former to have the latter. Eggs are not the be all end all of cast iron cooking either, but I'll talk about them the most since it seems to be what I feel is the measuring stick most people are using

I bought a 12" Lodge about 2 years ago for a camping trip, and for the longest time I was terrible at cooking eggs, they stuck all the time. I was used to Teflon pans and ran em hot with no issues. I was convinced it was the bumps on the surface of my Lodge. So I took Cowboy Rollins (still love him BTW) advice and sanded them down to metal and re-seasoned the pan. Still had issues.

I bought and inherited some vintage cast iron. The inherited pans (a #8 unmarked Wagner and #3 Griswold) needed to be stripped and restored, but the one i bought (a #6 Wagner) was immaculately maintained and perfect. I thought a mirror flat finish was what I needed. Still couldn't get great fried eggs.

Bottom line, it all comes down to temp control. If you run too hot, and don't put a stick of butter to float the eggs on, you will get sticking.

You hear "low and slow", but for the engineer in me that wasn't enough information. I bought a laser thermometer and did some experimenting, I found the optimal the temp is around 250. On my stove and for my daily egg workhorse is a "4" setting. Which I've come to learn happens to be about to be about the Liedenfrost point (for fellow nerds), which is the point water will bead and roll around the pan when a small amount is dropped in a hot skillet. What I also learned is that cooking eggs at the Leidenfrost point in a standard aluminum pan with adequate oil and butter also will give you slippy slidy eggs.

Real "Non-stick cooking" is about 1) a base line seasoning (like only 1-2 applications is needed), 2) proper pan temperature, pre-heat your pan to whatever setting is about 250 F deg or passes the water bead test, and 3) BUTTER. Butter is the star of the show here, and Ghee will do just as good of a job if you cant do butter.

Final point, I have a Lodge 10" round griddle that's my daily work horse for eggs and other stuff like grilled cheeses. I bought it about 2 months ago, and oven seasoned it no less than 15 times. The seasoning came off in spots. I stove top seasoned it with Crisco, same thing. At one point it wa

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Seasoning our new Japanese/South Korean steel griddle. Chop sticks for depth perception.
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The seasoning that my mother sent me are magnetic
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Cannabis Casserole (rice, veggies, cilantro, cheese, spicy taco sauce, some white bean chili for thickness, butter, ABV, garlic, bagel seasoning) there’s a lot going on, but it’s easy, cheap and tasty.
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Babish’s sloppy joes on buns by Joshua Weissman. Highly recommend his recipe! The added bacon and saucy seasoning was delicious, plus paired with the super soft buns was just πŸ‘Œ reddit.com/gallery/lzp79k
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Ruby holding bread crumbs and Scrim holding seasoning, maybe they made some fried chicken after droppin this heat?
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Says garlic and pepper seasoning but is 99% salt. I added it to my soul thinking it’s more garlic and pepper but salt is 99% so ruined my soup.
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Sourdough, butter Italian seasonings, aged sharp cheddar, and love.
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My big boy hit 9 months. It's about time to start the bbq season. Any seasoning tips for this breed?
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Meatball Soup With Spinach! (I apologize in advance for the splotchy seasoning in my pot!) gfycat.com/earnestlikelyg…
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My third bowl of rice beans and fritos in 2 days. This time with added chile lime seasoning and my laser slice of cheese. Here's hoping I get the third stimulus check soon (or at all lmao) 🀞
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About to throw fajita seasoning on my frozen driveway
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I love cooking wings hot n fast indirectly in a Weber. What is your favorite seasoning? Mine is good old buffalo wings at the moment, loving that heat.
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Simple, just the way I like it! Bread is ezekiel with avocado and everything but the bagel seasoning on top :)
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TIL that the founder of Old Bay seafood seasoning founded his own company after being fired by McCormick after two days on the job after they found out he was Jewish en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old…
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A healthy tasty home made lunch : stir fried beef & veges , on tumeric rice with curry chicken topped with SB japanese chilli sesame seasoning, with a papaya milk yakult smoothie drink.
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DAE add a bunch of seasonings to store bought spaghetti sauce to make it taste better?
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If you want to make a beefy umami bomb seasoning, render beef fat, strain, grind and add a bit of salt.

I like to save all my wagyu and prime beef brisket fat trimmings. Once I have a few lbs collected, I put it all in the food processor, chop it all up with a knife first, and mince in food processor to rice sized pieces.
Set the burner heat on low and add to a heavy bottom pot. Render that fat for about 6 hours, stir occasionally.
At the end of your process, stir to break all the bits up and put the heat on high for about 5 mins. This will final fry the bits to about a nice light tan color from an off white.

Use a chinois if you have one or a fine strainer and sepperate out the tallow from the beef 'bacon bits'. Press all the tallow out and spread the 'beef bacon' out on a paper towel lined sheet pan. Once it's dried out use a morter and pestle and pulverize into a powder. Add a bit of kosher salt (just a bit) and put into an airtight container.
This is an awesome seasoning for burgers, meatballs, sprinkle on eggs, anything you want an umami heavy boost without msg.
Delicious seasoning with something most people trow out.

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I kept over-seasoning food and ruining my meal. Turns out that I didn’t need more seasoning, I just needed to let it cook a little longer.

Kept ruining what I thought were supposed to be simple dishes, bc when I tasted it and didn’t get enough flavor, I kept adding different seasonings to it. But then it would taste weird and muddled bc of competing flavors. Turns out just adding what I originally needed to, and then letting the food cook a little longer, was the part I was missing! Hope my epiphany helps someone else who’s learning.

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They've got the seasoning and non stick down, that's for sure
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Perfectly Grilled Flank Steak Marinated in Dale's, Italian and topped with Montreal Steak Seasoning.
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My favorite quick and easy meal. Salmon burger and lots of air fried cauliflower served with Walden Farms 0 cal ranch, lemon juice, dill, Old Bay, and Penzey’s Smokey seasoning salt. ~260 calories
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I made this quick and simple Lemon Pasta using only a few ingredients and my seasoning stash!
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I smoked a bunch of stuff for dehydrating and using as seasoning. I used the onions, garlic and Habanero for some venison Jamaican patties. They’re gonna be super tasty. reddit.com/gallery/lrr09i
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pork rinds with ramen seasoning

My favorite snack these days is pork rinds (I love 4505) seasoned with instant ramen seasoning powder packets. You can dump it in the bag and shake or just powder each bite. it’s amazing, it’s like eating those crushed dry ramen snacks I ate growing up. Completely satisfies my chip cravings and gives me a sodium boost because the powder is basically just salt and msg (Depends on the brand but I’ve read that it’s 1 carb for the whole packet).

Would love to hear about other ways of eating otherwise unflavored pork rinds! I can’t have dairy besides butter unfortunately so that rules out a lot of options.

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Bacon stripped my seasoning from a DeBuyer Carbon steel pan. What am I doing wrong?
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Starting my Saturday off right with Black Forest Bacon, Sourdough Sandwich Bread Toast topped with Avocado Oil Spray, and Scrambled Eggs topped with Everything But the Bagel Seasoning. Honestly an easy and delicious mean! All TJ’s ingredients and made under 10 minutes. Yum!
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Furikake is a great seasoning mix that adds a great flavor to soups, salads and veggies for only 10 calories per 1/2 tsp. I’ve been using it on everything! It comes in all kinds of flavors/brands, and I got mine at my local Asian grocery store.
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POV: you’re just another meal adding to the seasoning of my Lodge
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[Poll] Alright, so a coworker of mine swears that this is a traditional ohio dish: Creamy Shredded Chicken Sandwich. It's made with chicken breast, cream of chicken soup, and some seasonings. I don't think I've ever had it and we are curious how many people in columbus have.
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Mac and cheese, chicken, tortillas and ground beef to make the pastillos, and dollar tree seasoning. Cheap and restaurant like
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Basic smash burgers with weber gourmet burger seasoning and brioche buns reddit.com/gallery/m48dal
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Nice upgrade for us! Plan on seasoning it in a couple of weeks (got 14 days of work coming up) Oh, and it is now time to move into a bigger place πŸ˜‚ reddit.com/gallery/lzz410
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The only seasoning in the world of UnGreen, is Salt: Questing Knight. Ungreen, the set where Green died a thousand years ago.
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No tare shio ramen?!? Ran out of shio tare so seasoning is only sea salt and some MSG. Surprisingly good!
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Nice upgrade for us! Plan on seasoning it in a couple of weeks (got 14 days of work coming up) Oh, and it is now time to move into a bigger place πŸ˜‚ reddit.com/gallery/lzz0wn
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Bag of Doritos came with no seasoning. Holding one from another bag for comparison.
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Everything Bagel Seasoning Pigs in a blanket!
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