To begin making this homemade seasoned salt, be sure that everything is dried. Fresh herbs will cause mold and rot. Dry or dehydrate in the smallest pieces that you can manage. I cut mine small and dehydrate them but you can just purchase all the dried ingredients.
Use a mortar and pestle, spice mill, or coffee grinder to crush/blend into a granular or powder form and mix everything together.
You can also use this spice grinder to keep everything whole and grind fresh for each use.
You can use this homemade seasoned salt mix on almost anything. Remember that it does contain salt, so be sure not to use any additional salt or your meal may become inedible.
This recipe makes about 3 ounces. I make a large batch and keep it in a bucket. I pull out enough for a shaker jar and use just this small amount for a month or so. This keeps it from caking up due to the humidity. You can add a few grains of rice to help combat this too.