Mad Max Turkey Seasoning 8oz shaker bottle

Mad Max Turkey Seasoning

First in our Holiday Series.

Mad Max Turkey Recipes

What is it?

Mad Max Turkey Seasoning was released in 2016 as a limited release, part of our Departure Series. So many folks enjoyed this seasoning on their holiday meals that we had to bring it back. We’ve made it the first of our new Holiday Series, available every year from September 1st to January 31st.


“Mad Max” Rosen is a true turkey master, and his famous recipe has been cooked by thousands. “Mad Max” Rosen asked Chris to make him a turkey seasoning that best complimented his famous turkey recipe, and smelled like his kitchen on Thanksgiving! Chris nailed it.


What we have is THE perfect seasoning for a fantastic turkey, and an amazing way to get great flavor into stuffing, gravies and side dishes — and a magical smell into your kitchen.

Best Used On

Turkey of course! But don’t feel tied down. It’s just as good on pork and all the fixin’s.

  • Salt
  • Spices
  • Garlic
  • Paprika
  • Demerara sugar
  • Lemon peel

Dizzy Pig products are ALL NATURAL and contain:

  • NO wheat gluten
  • NO MSG
  • NO peanuts or tree nuts


Mad Max Turkey Seasoning contains none of the top ten listed allergens. Contains garlic (which some folks have sensitivities to.)

Dizzy Pig products are all natural, gluten free and contain no MSG.

For your convenience, here is our nutritional panels, as they appear on our 8 oz. shakers.


Customer Reviews

Mad Max Turkey rub--wonderful!

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The new turkey rub was a huge hit! Not only was the aroma fantastic, the taste was even better. After the turkey was cooked, my family was "battling" over the turkey skin--that has never happened before. (As the carver, I got the best samples and had to keep the rest away wielding the carving knife! ) They said it was the best turkey I have ever made--the rub was clearly part of that success. I used the rub on a turkey to be fried--I injected it and rubbed it the day before cooking it. I will be trying the rub with other poultry recipes. I think you said it might also be good on pork. It is clear why this new rub is selling so well. Thanks. Jeff

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