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Cajun Seasoning

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So yeah, that hankering you have for Cajun ribs, perky deviled eggs, and jambalaya? We got you covered.

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Cajun cuisine is an intriguing style of food found in Louisiana that is influenced by the French, African, Italian, Caribbean, Portuguese, and local Native American tribes. A motley mix of mire poix, roux, crawfish, okra, and chile peppers. This blackening Cajun blend will help you craft authentic dishes that’ll blow the minds of your guests. Add to stews and jambalaya, and we love to dust it over corn on the cob and grilled seafood.

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IngredientsSpices, paprika, salt, chopped onion, garlic, sugar and canola oil.
Recommended ApplicationsCajun Seasoning, a versatile blend of spices, introduces a Cajun flair when added to flavor jambalaya, as a rub for pork or steak, sprinkled over chicken or fish, or tossed with fries or potatoes.
Basic PreparationReady to use as is, no preparation required.
Product StylePowder
Shelf Life2 years
Handling / StorageStore in a cool, dry place.
QualitiesAll Natural, Gluten-Free, Kosher Parve, Non-GMO
Dietary NotesNo
Country of OriginUnited States


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