Poultry Seasoning-بهارات الدواجن


This is a blend of different strong seasoning that can be used year round which is include thyme, celery salt and sage.

Dried thyme and dried sage create the base of poultry seasoning. Added flavorings include oregano, marjoram, rosemary, pepper or nutmeg.


Other names: seasoning
Translations: Mājputni Garšvielas, Naminiai Prieskoniai, Anotimpurile de păsări de curte, Perad začin, Gia cầm seasoning, Przyprawy Drób, Pluimvee Seasoning, पोल्ट्री मसाला, Tempero Aves, Птица Приправы, Πουλερικά Καρύκευμα, الدواجن التوابل, 가금류 조미료, Drůbež Koření, Живина зачина, Manok rekado, 家禽调味, Les aus de corral Aderezo, Perutnina Začimbe, Hydina Korenie, Pollame Seasoning, עוף לתיבול, Fjäderfä kryddningen, Unggas seasoning, 家禽調味料, Assaisonnement à volaille, Fjerkræ sæsoneffekter, Fjørfe krydder, Las aves de corral Aderezo, Птах Приправи, Siipikarja Seasoning, Птици Подправки

Physical Description

Poultry seasoning is a powdery mixture of ground spices and herbs.

Colors: yellow, gray, greenish

Tasting Notes

Flavors: spicy, salty, herbacious
Mouthfeel: Spicy, Herby, Pungent
Food complements: Chicken, Poultry, Fish, Veal, Pork, Gravy, Soup, Lamb
Wine complements: White wine, Sauvignon blanc
Beverage complements: Iced tea, Beer
Substitutes: Make-your-own homemade poultry seasoning

Selecting and Buying

Seasonality: january, february, march, april, may, june, july, august, september, opctober, november, december
Choosing: For commercially packed poultry seasoning, check the container for the production or expiration date. Make sure there are no holes, signs of damage on the packaging or container.
Buying: Poultry seasoning is commercially available in most supermarkets.

Preparation and Use

Poultry seasoning can be patted, or directly rubbed onto the chicken, turkey or meat. It can also be lightly sprinkled onto chicken or turkey stuffing

Conserving and Storing

Store in an airtight container in a cool dry place.


History: It is believed that William G Bell of the Bell's seasoning fame, invented the first commercially available poultry seasoning blend in 1867.



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