Allow me to introduce you to my holy grail of seasoning. Meet my Caribbean green seasoning. It’s a super versatile blend of all my favorite Caribbean seasonings that add that EXTRA ✨layer of flavor to my marinades, stews, and soups.
This Caribbean green seasoning recipe is super easy to make and better than anything you can purchase in the store; best of all contains no additives. It’s crafted from a mix of fresh herbs and aromatics that can be tailored specifically to suit your taste and preference – YOUR seasoning your way!!
It also gets better with time. The longer it sits, the better it tastes and even smells. A win-win.
Ingredients For Making Caribbean Green Seasoning:
Green Onion (scallions)
Scotch Bonnet Pepper (optional) – or choice of chile pepper.
Fresh Garlic Cloves
Pimento Seeds (all spice berries)
Extra Virgin Olive Oil – or vegetable oil of choice
*** The full recipe, including all ingredients, measurements, instructions, and recipe video 🎥 is located in the recipe card below.
You’re not restricted to the ingredients listed above. You can add any amounts or combinations of peppers, herbs, or aromatics. I usually do different variations so there is really no wrong way to make this awesome green seasoning blend!
Other DIY Essentials:
Easy Roasted Garlic Herb Butter
What Can I use the Green Seasoning on?
It’s great for stews, sauces, curries, soups, or use in your marinades. I add it to most dishes from chicken wings to steaks for that extra burst of flavor.
My daughter confessed she has used it as a spread on several occasions. Not to yuck her yum but YUCK! lol
If you try it as a spread and like it – Pleaseeeeee come back and let me know in the comments!
How To Store Your Green Seasoning in the Fridge?
Store your green seasoning in an air-tight container in the refrigerator. I typically use an old jerk seasoning jar, marinara sauce jar, and or old seasoning jar. Use what you already have in your cupboard. This will last 1-2 months in the refrigerator.
I recommend placing a piece of cling wrap over the opening of your storage container before you close it. This helps to prevent odor transfer to other items in your refrigerator.
How To Store Your Green Seasoning in the Freezer?
You can make additional quantities and freeze them in ice cube trays, after they are frozen, remove the cubes from the trays and store them in freezer bags. Thaw before use.
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Key Equipment/Products Used
30 servings per container
- Amount Per Serving% Daily Value *
- Total Fat
- Sodium 1mg 1%
- Amount Per Serving% Daily Value *
- Potassium 30mg 1%
- Total Carbohydrate
- Dietary Fiber 0.4g 2%
- Sugars 0.5g
- Protein 0.3g 1%
- Calcium 11%
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I love making carribean green sauce, its great in soups, to marinate all meats, I use in rice also and to preserve it, I freeze in ice trays, so I have whenever I need some. Love, love, love this recipe.
Thanks for the review Timmea and I’m so glad you are loving the Caribbean seasoning blend. One love xx