Cajun and creole cuisine originated in the South and are known for their bold, full-flavored dishes that are a melting pot of ethnic influences. Blackening is a cooking technique closely associated with this type of cuisine in which redfish, catfish, or chicken are dusted with spices – mainly herbs, paprika, and cayenne – and then seared in an extremely hot skillet. The seasonings chars from reddish-orange to black, hence the name, producing a crispy, flavorful crust. Even when skipping the searing, this seasoning is a sure-fire way to add the classic flavors of Cajun cuisine to pasta dishes, grilled or fried vegetables, burgers, fries, chips and popcorn. Herby and slightly spicy, you cannot go wrong with it. Naturally vegan and gluten-free.
Ingredients: spices, paprika, salt (230 mg/tsp), minced onion, garlic, sugar, cayenne pepper canola oil.