7 Reviews

This went well with broiled chicken breasts. Although quite spicy, it wasn't overpowering, so I was able to enjoy the spicyness of it.

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Studentchef July 18, 2013

Use this Chili Fiesta! part of my Menu #34323 To addition of other spices. Thanks!

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Rita~ February 07, 2010

This was great on some tilapia fillets that we broiled in the oven to make light fish sammies and to make a vegetarian dish as well I sprinkled this over some steamed broccoli and it was really wonderful there as well! [Made for the VIP Chef for the Veggie Swap February 2010].

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~SarahBeth~ February 16, 2010

I used this to make Cajun Rice Salad. Very successful salad! Made for Fall '09 Pick A Chef.

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Susie D September 19, 2009

If it looks like a duck and it quacks like a duck, well, it must be....Cajun. Fooled ya? Cajuns do love having fun. Geaux, Karen Elizabeth! Made for Edn'8.

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gailanng August 19, 2009

Excellent!!! I made 1/2 the recipe, and now I wish I'd made the whole thing! I used freshly ground black peppercorns, which I think made it that much better. It got 5 stars from my husband, who's the resident cajun spice expert in this house. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for Veg*n Swap 12.

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Katzen July 19, 2009

I made this to use in Lindas Creole Vinaigrette and also in Cajun Rice Salad. The results were great. I'll store this to make other Cajun specialties. Thanks Karen Elizabeth. Made for ZWT5.

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Acerast May 31, 2009
Lindas Cajun Spice Mix