This New Orleans-born recipe has quickly caught on to be a staple in Cajun cuisine. Originally used on Redfish, blackened seasoning is versitile enough to be applied to a variety to foods. The method of preparation is equally as important as it is done at a high temperature and typically with a cast iron skillet. Add a tablespoon or two of oil to the pan and set to medium-high heat. Meanwhile, dip the protein in the melted butter, then coat it generously with the blackening seasoning. Once the pan begins to smoke slightly, cook the meat in the skillet, flipping only once, to create the signature dark, crispy crust. Serve with rice and vegetables for a full-rounded meal.
Rub blackened seasoning onto burgers, chicken, fish, and steaks for a spicy kick.
Ingredients: Organic Cayenne, Organic Paprika, Organic White Pepper, Organic Garlic, Organic Onion, Organic Basil, Organic Thyme