Templates (seeds) act as nucleation sites for epitaxial growth of the matrix phase. Molten salt synthesis has produced cubic, tabular, and platelet morphologies of <001> perovskite SrTiO3 seeds. There are two issues in synthesis of <001> SrTiO3 templates: 1) control of aspect ratio and morphology and 2) low performance in achieving similar aspect ratios for templates in the same molten salt bath. The aim of this study is to control morphology and aspect ratio of <001> SrTiO3 templates and to increase molten salt performance. Various dopants such as Nb, Zr, Ba and Ca were added to molten salt. KCl and NaCl with different ratios were used. The XRD and SEM were used to characterize crystolography and morphology of templates, respectively. High anisotropic platelet SrTiO3 templates (aspect ratio of 8-14) were achieved and used to texture PMN-PT matrix.