By Jeanie Rose | Antiques
I found this mix when researching ideas for drying seasoned okra for snack food. It is credited to Emeril Lagasse of the Food Network. As with everything else, I find ways to tweak a seasoning to suit my own tastes. Surely, you do the same.
Now that I have this on hand, I find I am using it on everything: A sprinkle on roasted vegetables, in scrambled eggs, and anything else that needs some zip. It’s fun to have fresh flavors on hand for experimentation.
Try the additions one at a time to see what works for you and then even consider doubling up. This is fun. It reminds me of playing with watercolors as a kid.
Cream of Purslane and Zucchini Soup
Cream of Tomato Soup
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Basil pesto: Capture the brightness of basil & even store it for the winter
Rugged Garlic Dressing to Wake Up Your Senses!
A bright cauliflower salad for winter and spring
The best roasted Brussels sprouts you’re about to try
Wow! I could only imagine how Cajun cuisine will taste so good with these fresh, natural ingredients. Thanks for sharing!
Unique and very enticing 🙂 I always find myself trying to impress my husband with new and unusual ways to prepare food! Thanks!
This is quite an interesting mix 🙂 I’m a huge fan of Cajun and this made me really curious. Thanks for sharing!
Your Cajun seasoning recipe looks yum. It’s got a fusion of ingredients. I for one thing am aware that paprika is from Hungary.
Cajun sounds old-world and delicious! A definite must-try!
Finally! A foodie who’s got great taste! Thank you so much!
I’m taking notes, I’m a foodie myself and I can’t wait to try your Cajun seasoning recipe
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