Five stars and two thumbs up; I love this recipe for grilling white fish and chicken. Thank you so much for sharing. Even kid-friendly too, the grandkids love it on chicken, since I switched the paprika amount for the cayenne amount :-)
This is the perfect Blackening Spice. It has flavor as well as heat. I won't buy the bottled spice any more. Thanks for posting.
Wonderful! I decreased the cayenne to 1/2t and coated my chicken and made penne pasta tossed with 2 large cloves of garlic, a little cream, and parmesan cheese. Then I added asparagus or what ever vegetables you have on hand like bell pepper or broccoli, then added chicken. Very good stuff. Turned out better than Chili's Blackened Chicken.
This is great rub. I used this on grilled tuna. Everyone loved the tuna. I will make extra next time.
I would have to say, "it is over the top with heat". As you can notice the high percentage of comments have lessened the 2 tsp. of cayenne, dramatically. I was glad my fish was pretty thick to help absorb the heat a little.
And: I do eat with moderate amounts of different pepper flavors.
I have searched for 16 years for a blackening spice that comes close to being as good as one I used to eat regularly at a favorite restaurant. THIS is it. Super flavorful & the right amount of heat. I will be using this again and again.
Perfect! For a more kid friendly version I reverse the amounts of cayenne and paprika. Thanks!
I use this for all different kinds of fish as well as chicken and pork. It's better than anything that you can buy in the grocery store!
This is a great blackening season. I didn't have paprika or thyme so I left that out and used 2 teaspoons of black pepper instead of white pepper. I also reduced the amount of Cayenne to 1/2 teaspoon. Came out perfect! Thanks for the great recipe!
Wonderful seasoning mix.