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Spices such as paprika, cayenne, garlic, onion powder, black pepper, crushed red peppers, and herbs like thyme and oregano spices such as paprika, cayenne, garlic, onion powder, black pepper, crushed red peppers, and herbs like thyme and oregano
Originally from Louisiana, the land of Cajun cuisine, this is a rustic spice combination. It's a fiery combination of paprika, cayenne, garlic powder, pepper, and oregano, but everyone has its take. Seasonings such as garlic powder, salt, and pepper may be added to personal preference.
Cayenne pepper and paprika give Cajun Seasoning a smoky, earthy taste (provided by the garlic, onion, and herbs). Adding a bit of this spice to any meal will enhance its flavor and scent. You can use it on anything from chicken to fish to steak to pork to hamburgers to meatloaf to veggies to pasta to rice to soup to even popcorn.
How to store Cajun spice blend:
Store this Cajun Seasoning in a cold, dark area in an airtight container. It may survive up to a year if kept correctly.
Cajun spice is often questioned whether it can be frozen. It is possible to keep it in the freezer, which may extend its shelf life, but it does not have to be done so. Seasoning may be stored in a cold, dark area like a pantry or kitchen cabinet for up to a year.
Use of Cajun spice:
Cajun Seasoning may be used in various ways to enhance the taste and spiciness of any food.
As a marinade:
Using Cajun Seasoning is a great way to bring out Cajun cuisine's unique taste and spice. There are three varieties of pepper in Cajun seasoning: black, white, and cayenne. To get the distinctive flavor of Cajun cuisine, each type of pepper must be used in the dish.
Add 1 tbsp of Cajun spice and 1 tbsp of oil per pound of meat to the marinade before cooking. It goes well with chicken.
Roasted or cooked vegetables may be flavored with a sprinkling of seasoning :
On baked potatoes:
If you're making baked potatoes, sprinkle Cajun seasoning on top of the potatoes after adding any other preferred toppings (such as butter).
Spritz your popcorn with butter or olive oil, then throw it with cajun spice for a distinct and excellent taste.
A simple Cajun Chicken Pasta may be made by adding a teaspoon or two of cayenne pepper to your favorite alfredo sauce.
In the chicken salad:
Cajun flavor may be added to the chicken salad by slicing some rotisserie or leftover chicken and mixing it with mayonnaise. Slice up any vegetables on hand and throw them in the pot for added flavor.
As a dip:
Cajun spice may be added to sour cream to make a dipping sauce. Serve with chopped vegetables or potato chips after chilling for an hour.