Salad Supreme Seasoning: 6 Tasty Substitutes

We all know that a good salad seasoning can elevate a dish to new heights. For many of us, especially when we’re on a diet, salad is a go to lunchtime meal, but it can taste a bit bland. 

Many of the salad dressings on the market seem to be quite high in calories too, with varieties such as ranch and blue cheese, making the process of finding the right dressing even more difficult.

That’s where salad supreme seasoning comes in. Healthy, delicious, and the perfect blend of savory and sweet, it’s honestly one of the best seasonings out there. 

Salad Supreme Seasoning: 6 Tasty Substitutes

The issue is, you may not always have it at hand, or perhaps you’ve taken a trip to your local grocery store, only to find that they’ve run out.

Don’t despair however, as we’ve compiled a list of five substitutions you can turn to when you don’t have any salad supreme. Simply keep reading to find out all you need to know. 

Italian Seasoning 

1. Italian Seasoning 

Who would have thought that sprinkling a little Italian seasoning over your salad could take it to a whole new level?

It incorporates some of the flavors that you’d traditionally find in a supreme dressing, but far stronger. 

Because it’s a seasoning, make sure that you don’t add too much to your salad dish, as it could begin to get overpowering. Instead, add a little pinch then try it, and then add more if you need to. 

This is also a great way of adding some flavor to your salad without any of the calories.

Because the seasoning has virtually no calories, you can enjoy your meal even more, knowing peacefully that you’re eating a super healthy meal. 

Cajun Seasoning 

2. Cajun Seasoning 

This is a great option for those who like to add a little bit of spice to their lives.

One of the things that many of us love so much about salad supreme seasoning is that it has an added kick to it, which is great in terms of flavor. 

If you want to replicate that same kick in the seasoning you use for your salad, simply use some cajun.

Cajun is a seasoning that many of us will have lying around our homes, so it’s a super easy one to pick up when you’ve run out of salad supreme. 

We recommend that you add this one gradually, as it can be a bit overpowering if you add too much. If you’re a spice lover though, go wild!

Harissa Seasoning

3. Harissa Seasoning

If you want to try an alternative that uses a whole host of different flavors, then we recommend that you give harissa seasoning a try.

It’s a spice that some people might be unfamiliar with, but we can guarantee that once you place it over your salad, it will become a go to seasoning for you. 

If you’re a lover of spice, but want to try something a little different, you’ll be pleased to find that harissa spice is a great option for those who like their salad seasoning hot. 

It combines some of the classic elements that you’d find in a traditional paste (see also ‘What To Do If You Run Out Of Achiote Paste – 5 Great Alternatives‘), including chili powder, garlic powder, mint, and paprika.

If that doesn’t sound appealing to you, then we don’t know what does. 


4. Paprika 

If you want something a little milder to add to your salad, try some paprika.

This mild pepper based seasoning is perfect for those who still want to taste the fresh flavors of the salad by enhancing it. 

If you love paprika on your french fries and chicken, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find that it works really well in salad dishes too.

Make sure however, that you use regular paprika seasoning instead of smoked, as the latter can taste overpowering. 

Dried Parsley 

5. Dried Parsley 

Dried parsley is also a great way of adding in some milder flavors to your salad that aren’t too overpowering.

Dried parsley is one of those go to spices that most of us have lurking around in our pantries too, so it won’t be too difficult to acquire. 

This tastes particularly good when combined with extra virgin olive oil. 

Onion Powder

6. Onion Powder

Salads taste better when they’ve got a little bit of added kick to them, and onion powder definitely achieves this.

Onion powder makes a great substitute for salad supreme seasoning, and it tastes amazing. 

Not only is it a good substitute for salad supreme, but it’s also great to use if you don’t have any salad onions at hand. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Now that we’ve taken a look at some of the best substitutes for salad supreme seasoning, let’s take a look at some frequently asked questions. 

What Seasonings Are Best For Salad? 

If you feel like making your own combination and using a variety of different herbs, we recommend that you use basil, thyme, chives, cilantro, parsley, dill, and mint in your salad.

These work really well combined with some extra virgin olive oil in a dish, that you can then use to drizzle over the salad. 

Should Salads Be Seasoned? 

It’s strange but seasoning their salad is a concept that many people think about, but salad requires seasoning to taste good just like any other dish. 

We recommend that you always season your salad to get the most out of the dish. 

Final Thoughts

If you don’t have any salad supreme seasoning lying around, don’t worry, because there are lots of other things that you can use which are equally delicious.

To reiterate, the best substitutions for salad supreme are cajun seasoning, italian seasoning, harissa seasoning, paprika seasoning, dried parsley, and onion powder. 

If you have a few of these in your pantry, why not experiment and try making your own unique combination. 

Salad Supreme Seasoning: 6 Tasty Substitutes

Salad Supreme Seasoning: 6 Tasty Substitutes

Recipe by Jenna

This article takes a look at dressings that you can use as a substitute for supreme salad dressing.

Course: Substitutes
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  • Italian Seasoning 

  • Cajun Seasoning 

  • Harissa Seasoning

  • Paprika 

  • Dried Parsley 

  • Onion Powder


  • Decided on what substitute you need
  • Pick a substitute from the list above
  • Read what you need to substitute with
  • Create the recipe and enjoy

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