Louisiana Blackening Spice
$6.50 – $21.00
Inspired by the Cajun chef, Paul Prodhomme, our blackening spice blend combines full flavored Cajun spices with just the right amount of heat. Be careful when blackening to have the ventilation fan on full blast, or better yet, use outdoors. Use as a dry rub on fish, chicken, or meat. Cook at very high temperature in melted butter in cast iron skillet or on BBQ. Pre-salt your meat if desired. This blend has no added salt.
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