Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins


  1. In the container of a blender or food processor, combine all the ingredients, and process on high speed until reduced to a fine powder.
  2. Transfer to a container with a tight fitting lid and use as desired.
Most Helpful

Thanks Mitjam! I'd been looking for a good cajun seasoning, and this was terrific. I had it on skinless, boneless chicken breast done on the BBQ., sliced the chicken and served it on ceasar salad. Yummmmy!

Nat Da Brat May 06, 2002

As if my stars on here will sway your opinion on making this recipe. Sooo many others have already given rave reviews. I used this for the first time today and it was amazing. It has such a kick to it and like so many others have said, no salt. I am not a big salt fan and so many premixed spice blends in the store taste like they are mostly salt and a little spice. I will never use store cajan again. However, this was suuuper spicy, like wow. My husband loved it and said I should not change a thing. I thought it was borderline of being too hot. So I am cutting down the cayanne pepper to one teaspoon. Then if we feel like having it spicy one night adding in a little extra cayenne for that dish. I used this spice for Red Lobster Cajun Chicken Pasta, it was amazing. Thank you!

Wobin September 04, 2008

Needed some cajun spice to make This completed the dish. The chicken smelled fantastic while it was cooking. I love the fact that there is NO salt in this mixture - I control the salt in the dish. Thanks, Mirj!

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