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  1. What were the ingredients in pantry picnic salad seasoning mix?
     
    Jun 30, 2015
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  2. raebates

    raebates Legend Member Staff Member

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    I've never heard of that. Are you sure it's PC? It sounds like a Tastefully Simple product.
     
    Jul 1, 2015
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  3. baychef

    baychef Senior Member Silver Member

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    It is a PC product but it was so long ago, I would have no idea where to even find what to substitute.
     
    Jul 4, 2015
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  4. cochef

    cochef Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Well, I still had one of the packets, minus the mixes, so here is what it says for ingredients:
    Sugar, salt, dehydrated carrot, green onion, and red bell pepper, vinegar powder, cultured buttermilk, spices, dextrose, onion powder, natural favors, silicon dioxide (anti-caking).
    Good luck duplicating that, ha!
     
    Jul 5, 2015
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  5. Shari in TX

    Shari in TX Member Gold Member

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    Looks a little like a sweet version of the Hidden Valley Ranch powder or the Knorr Vegetable recipe mix packet? Neither of those have sugar though.

    I did a little more searching because now I'm intrigued. An old thread on this site from 2005 had this information:

    Several popular recipes in The Pampered Chef collection use Pantry seasoning mixes that have been discontinued. The following substitutions may be used in place of these recipe ingredients:

    From the Super Salads Recipe Card Collection:
    •Buffalo Chicken Salad: Substitute Cajun seasoning for the Pantry Cajun Herb Seasoning Mix.
    •Chilled Seafood Salad: Substitute 1 tablespoon of Pantry All-Purpose Dill Mix for the Pantry Picnic Salad Seasoning Mix.
    •Dazzling Dressings, Chunky Blue Cheese: Omit Pantry Picnic Salad Seasoning Mix. Decrease milk to 1/4 cup. Increase blue cheese to 1/3 cup.

    Don't know if that helps at all, but I thought I'd share it.

    Shari in TX
     
    Jul 9, 2015
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  6. Sounds good! thanks
     
    Jul 23, 2015
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