Blackened Seasoning Recipe


Blackened Seasoning Recipe

Blackened Seasoning Recipe
Blackened Seasoning Recipe

"This bold blend of spices has been tested and refined through the years until it's perfect! Blackened seasoning deserves a spot in your spice cabinet. Just a bit of background about this spice blend. The seasoning itself is not black. The name comes from the method of cooking which was popularized in New Orleans. Fish was the original protein to be blackened but chicken, steak, pork and even side dishes are now cooked this way. Simply put, you brush a little butter or oil on whatever is being cooked, liberally add the blackening seasoning to both sides and then cook (usually in a cast iron skillet) over high heat until it's nearly black."

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