What's Cooking? - An I Heart Lawry's Special

Lawry's Seasoning Salt is a staple at The Little Pink House.  The stuff is like magical pixie dust.  It elevates the flavor of any and everything - except ice cream.  I'm pretty sure it would not elevate the flavor of ice cream, although I won't knock it until I've tried it.

Baked chicken dusted with Lawry's is a childhood comfort food for me. 

When making baked potatoes, instead of plain salt on the outside of their jackets, I roll them in Lawry's before I bake them.

Our favorite way to showcase the Lawry's though is in Tin Foil Dinners (recipe below.)

Okay, so everyone knows about Lawry's Seasoning Salt, but did you realize that Lawry's also had 30 minute marinades as part of their product line-up?   We at the LPH are big on freezer meals and what is easier than a gallon zip top bag filled with meat and a Lawry's marinade poured over the top?

Having company over for supper unannounced?  Pull out that marinade and some meat and you have got everything under control.  By the time you have the charcoal lit on your grill, the marinade will be finished tenderizing and imparting flavor to your meat.  Your guests will love it!

The best aspect of the Lawry's product line to me is that they make my life easier.  A sprinkle of seasoning salt in my hot sauce or on grilled veggies just gives the natural flavors of the food a little jolt.  Maximum impact with minimum effort - I love products that give me a lot of bang for my buck and Lawry's products do just that.

Here's the recipe I promised:

Tin Foil Dinners

1 lb. Ground Beef
1 lrg. Onion
4 Carrots
4 Ribs of Celery
4 Potatoes
Lawry's Seasoning Salt
Tin Foil

Cut tinfoil into four 18" lengths and lay them out on the counter.  Sprinkle a little Lawry's over the ground beef and mix it together.  Form 4 patties and put one patty in the center of each foil rectangle.
Slice the onion into four circles and place one a top each patty.  Peel and cut carrots, potatoes, and celery (1 per packet.)  Sprinkle over Lawry's then fold each parcel in on itself. 
Bake at 350F for about 45 minutes or until the potatoes are cooked through.  Be careful of the steam when opening the packets when they are ready to eat.

This post was written for BzzAgent. I received free products to try and to review. All views and opinions written are my own.


  1. What a great little packet of goodness, quick, easy and no mess, I love it! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and I look forward to seeing you again real soon. Hope you have a great week end!
    Miz Helen

    1. Oh yes! That's what I love most, is the no fuss dinner. :) Thanks for stopping by Miz Helen!


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