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A good basic Cajun Seasoning mix. I usually make about one third of this at a time, and then I omit 2 Tbsp. of the salt. I also kick it up a bit by adding a tsp. each of dried basil, chili powder and a pinch or two of thyme. Thanks for giving me my starting point, Debbie. We love this stuff!
This was the best. When I bought the spices, I saved the little plastic bottles, and used as containers to put the spice I made into them. I took the labels off, and added my own. They made great gifts. Everyone loved them!
This makes a perfect gift. Don't let the amount of salt fool you - when you cook with it, it's not that prominent. Do, however, avoid tasting it from a spoon - your tongue will feel it for hours! Thanks so much. We used it on cheezy potatoes - yummy!
I really like this seasoning on chicken and pork. I did cut the salt about in half but that is because I don't like things very salty. With 1/4 cup olive oil makes a great marinade. It was a little spicy for my kids but hubby & I loved it.
I used this to season my chicken last night and because I didn't want to have a little chicken with my salt I cut back on the salt to two tablespoons. We could still taste it so I can't even imagine using three quarters of a cup.