Cajun Blackening Spices

Cajun Blackening Spices created by Sandi From CA

I make half the recipe below that so the mix will be fresher as we don't use it too often. The original yield is a little more than 3 1/4 cups. Recipe is courtesy of FoodReference.com.

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  • Combine and mix all ingredients and use your preferred amount to pre-season your favorite barbecued/grilled, baked, broiled or pan-fried meat or fish.
  • NOMZ.
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"I make half the recipe below that so the mix will be fresher as we don't use it too often. The original yield is a little more than 3 1/4 cups. Recipe is courtesy of FoodReference.com."
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  1. Abi Fae
    This is the only blackening mix I use now. I doubled the ginger :)
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  2. Sandi From CA
    Cajun Blackening Spices Created by Sandi From CA
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  3. Sandi From CA
    I make half the recipe below that so the mix will be fresher as we don't use it too often. The original yield is a little more than 3 1/4 cups. Recipe is courtesy of FoodReference.com.
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