Seasoning Blend - Creole Style

"This is a great Creole seasoning mix. It's perfect for seasoning meats, fish, soups and stews, rice - you name it!"
 
Seasoning Blend - Creole Style created by K9 Owned
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  • Mix all of the ingredients together and store in an airtight container.
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"Hello! I have a wonderful husband and two fantastic kids. I love to read, have fun with family and friends, stay active with: running; soccer; golf; biking; hiking; and gardening. I love to travel. I'm looking forward to more international travel someday. Cooking has become a passion for me. I love to read cookbooks, watch the Food Network, and try new recipes. I have way too many cookbooks! A few of my favorites are: Barefoot Contessa (any - but especially 'Family Style'),Rachael Ray 30-Minute Meals 2, Roasting by Barbara Kafka, Beyond Parsley & The Black Dog Summer on the Vineyard Cookbook. I try to carefully choose recipes that I think my family will enjoy, which is why most of my ratings are 3-5 stars. Happy cooking!"
 

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  1. K9 Owned
    What a great little recipe to have on hand! A breeze to put together, worked perfectly in the recipe I was making and I can see how this will be very versatile. Thanks for posting!
     
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    Seasoning Blend - Creole Style Created by K9 Owned
  3. Jostlori
    Great creole seasoning, and an added plus is that the ingredients are common to most pantries. I didn't need as much as this makes, so instead of tablespoons, I used teaspoons as the measure. Made about 1/2 cup - perfect! I needed this as a jerk seasoning, so I added a little allspice, cloves cinnamon, and nutmeg to the mix. Thanks for posting!
     
  4. MarraMamba
    Finally an easy and yummy creole dish, so pleased with it
     
  5. weekend cooker
    I did cut back on the paprika, I used 3 1/2 tablespoons, and used it on some turkey soup. The flavor was good, and at the beginning of the month, when I go to the meat market in Michigan I will be using this on some steaks, and chicken.
     
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