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Wow...this was the best in a cajun chicken pasta.I loved the flavor while not feeling like my mouth was on fire...hubby agreed.I halved it so as not to make too much.I only had 1-TBSP of season salt so I used what I had & added 1-TBSP of regular salt to compensate.I also added 1-TBSP of both cumin & sugar...for balance.Very tasty stuff!Kittencal My Dear,I keep finding that I am using more of your recipes then anything else!Thanks so much for all your postings!
I'm making gator bites tonight and ran out of creole seasoning so I decided to give this recipe a try today. I did have to do some substituting, marjoram for thyme (my thyme is still on the drying rack, dang humidity!) and I cut back on the paprika because I only had 3T, but what I made is really good and I look forward to trying the correct recipe.
This is so good that I've decided to go ahead and use it to make pulled pork for dinner instead of the steak I was planning with the gator bites.
Yep! This is an awesome recipe. Used it for BBQ shrimp!
I was in a pinch to make red beans and rice. I scaled down to try first is great, I had all the ingredients in the pantry. The flavor is awesome, I will keep some on hand thanks.
Instead of 5 Tbsp Paprika and 1 Tbsp, Cayenne, I used 4 Tbsp Paprika and 2 Tbsp Hot Paprika ("Csíp?s" in Hungarian). Hot Paprika has a more savory flavor, IMHO.
This is an excellent combination! I used for a recipe for Creole Shrimp and Rice and it worked beautifully!! Thanks so much again, Kittencal!
Thanks Kittencalskitchen for this recipe. I made this and used it for some jambalaya. Wow!! so good.
I return to this recipe over and over again!! It is so much better than any store bought version I've tried. For my purposes, I top a thin piece of white fish (e.g., tilapia) with this creole mix and broil it. It comes out perfectly every time, without needing to add anything else. Thank you Kittencal!!
I wish I could give this more star! will never buy again!