For New Orleans taste, use Blackened Creole Seasoning as a dry or wet rub on meats, poultry, and soy products. Its rich flavor also adds depth to beans and grains, Shrimp Creole and classic southern-style red gravy.
Bring authentic southern-style flavor to any meal with this enticing blend of onion, garlic, peppers and other seasonings.
Safety: Blackened seasoning dishes produce intense smoke during cooking/grilling and should be prepared in a well-ventilated area or outdoors.
- Rub or sprinkle on meats and poultry, fish, seafood, tofu, or tempeh, then fry in a little oil or broil until blackened. Or simply sprinkle on before adding to the grill or oven. Combine with oil or melted butter and brush on meats, poultry, fish, seafood, tofu, or tempeh before grilling or broiling. Turn half way through cooking and brush again.
- Sprinkle on meats, poultry, fish, or tofu at the table.
- Add to chili and bean soup recipes, seafood gumbos.
- Include in beef burgers and soy or veggie burgers.
- Add to simple baked beans.
- Add to cooked grains for a robust main dish, or to quesadillas for depth.
- Add to dry ingredients when making cornbread.
- Add to vinaigrette dressings, mustards, and mayo
- Mix into side salads--chicken, shrimp, slaw, sweet potato, egg, or crab, for example.
- Make an authentic Louisiana po-boy: slice French bread open (hinged), spread with mayo that you've seasoned with Blackened Creole Seasoning. Fill with breaded, fried shrimp, shredded lettuce and tomato slices. (You can substitute roast beef for the shrimp, for another classic option.)
|RECIPE||PREP TIME||COOK TIME|
|Cilantro Fish Tacos with Sesame Broccoli Slaw||5-10 min||20 min|
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