AIP BBQ Seasoning

I used it on chicken, as part of a non-AIP compliant meal. Original can be found here.

I did say, Dear Reader, that AIP and I weren’t a great mix, too much issues with compatibility, but then that has never stopped me from searching for, and finding, recipes. I’ve gotten rather good at hunting down original and useful recipes in over saturated search results, search AIP enough and you’ll see thousands of nomato variations, ditto nightshades. Spice blends are useful as they offer a lot of uses, not over exciting admittedly, but that isn’t always why we eat, is it, Dear Reader? One of the main restrictions, no seeds, really limits AIP in terms of flavour diversity when it comes to spices and herbs, I like the fact that the herbs here bring a different taste even when the recipes includes the ever useful ginger, cinnamon, turmeric combo. It’s a simple taste, a little herby, a little warm, nothing too grand, but pleasant. Very mild, even to one on a forced mild tasting diet such as myself. Still, I’m learning a little, taking notes for future creations, I’ll still try to hunt a few more AIP recipes before I put it to bed, I will always use a recipe when possible, Dear Reader, have no fear here, I’m not stingy and will happily share any findings, I’ll just want a break eventually. A break from a break, well that’s something. I cut this down to one serving, you can easy make up a batch, though I don’t know how long the fresh onion will last, you might be best to add that when using. Okay, a short, but useful, I hope, post today. I’ll be back again later, Dear Reader, until then, take care.


1/2 Tbsp Minced Onion
1/2 Tbsp Garlic Granules
1/4 Tbsp Dried Oregano
1/8 Tbsp Sea Salt
1/2 Tsp Dried Thyme
1/4 Tsp Ground Cinnamon
1/8 Tsp Ground Turmeric
1/8 Tsp Ground Ginger


1. Mix it all together.