If you savor the flavors of the Louisiana bayou country, then you are most likely familiar with the Cajun spice used in this cuisine. Although a Cajun spice blend can vary from chef to chef, nevertheless a Cajun spice mix usually contains a variety of black and red peppers, garlic, onion powder and paprika. The mix is used to season a variety of savory foods in Cajun-style cuisine. The cuisine features foods found regionally in the locale of Louisiana, and includes such ingredients as rice, cornmeal, bell pepper, onion, garlic, okra, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, crab, crawfish, catfish, andouille pork sausage, shrimp and other foods that flourish in the warm climate near the water. Meats traditionally were preserved by smoking, because refrigeration was scarce at the time Canadian Acadians were sent to live in the bayous of Louisiana. Cajun dishes that use Cajun spice seasoning include gumbo, a rice, shrimp and vegetable dish; crawfish or crab boil; Dirty rice; and Blackened fish, which utilizes Cajun blackening spice and although not a traditional Cajun dish is very tasty nonetheless.
Black pepper, cayenne 35K H.U., sea salt, garlic, onion and paprika. All Organic Ingredients