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Steveo's Cajun Spice

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    Steveo's Cajun Spice

    Here is my cajun spice... it can be used for a rub but it is warm! See the pic for the ingredients. If you can think of something I should add, give me a hollar!

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    I'm no Cajun expert but that sounds good to me! If you add a wee bit of sugar it'd probably work as a rub too.


    • smarkley
      smarkley commented
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      yes... good idea! Maybe try to add after the fact when sprinkling on meat to smoke. We generally keep that jar by the stove an sprinkle on everything eggs, veggys, chocolate cake, etc

    • Huskee
      Huskee commented
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      Lol. I tell people I put my rub on my cereal and ice cream. Sometimes they believe me.

    That pic is SUPER cool Steveo!

    Thanks for the share!


      I was just thinking this morning, "I wonder if there's a cajun spice blend" on here. And lookee here it is!


        I'm going to mix that up for my Prime Roast for my parents on Monday, and any steaks I am going to cook. Having plenty heat it won't take much. Going to use 1 tablespoon white pepper to replace the black pepper.


          Smark would be happy to see his recipes living on. He was a good man.

          I am gonna try this on some shrimp I am making Christmas Eve.


          • Craigar
            Craigar commented
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            I'm cheating Christmas Eve as I am picking up a party platter of 2 lbs of shrimp and a pound of smoked salmon. I just might have to dust a couple of shrimp with some of this rub.

          Thanks look forward to trying it on some chicken breast!


            Got mine made up with some minor mods but smells good and will be going on the roast in the morning.


              Tasted mighty good on my Cheerios. Maybe a hit of cummin?


              • Jerod Broussard
                Jerod Broussard commented
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                It only takes a hint of cummin for that stuff to shine.


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