You can make your own celery salt for pennies on the dollar.
Making your own also allows you to make it more gourmet: you can use sea salt, smoked salt, pink salt, etc. For special dietary needs, you could even use the salt-sub of your choice to make it sodium free (we used Herbamare.)
This recipe uses:
Yield: Makes 5 tablespoons / 75 g
(Note: yield may of course vary slightly based on type of salt you used, whether you used ground up celery seed or celery powder, etc.)
DIY Celery Salt
Make your own celery salt -- you can even make it low-salt or salt-free if you wish!
If using celery seed, measure out and grind in spice grinder to a powder. Put into a small bowl or measuring jug. OR measure out celery powder and put into a small bowl or measuring jug.
Add salt and mix.
Store in tightly-sealed jar.
Tip! You could of course just do the combining and mixing in the jar you intend to store it in.
Use as you would commercially purchased celery salt.
Derived from testing a combination of various sources including but not limited to imperfectlyhappy.com, wholenewmom.com and sufficientacres.com.
Will vary based on ingredients you used.