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Cajun seasoning #8475091 12/14/21 05:52 AM
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What is your favorite. I’ve yet to find one that is just right.


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Re: Cajun seasoning [Re: Wburke2010] #8475113 12/14/21 09:01 AM
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Having finally had some real "cajun " food the first time
I ate in a restaurant in Houma some years back, I was
semi surprised to find everyone in DFW was fos about
"cajun " cuisine being all about the heat and pepper.
( kind of like the outsiders perception of texmex)

These are what I use. Has the true amount of spicy complex
flavor, and doesn't roast your exit later on.
I don't have any idea of where to look for these today in
this area. The last time I saw either I bought all that
they had on the shelf

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Should also add- if you want to make your own Tony's seasoning,
Just mix a bunch of salt and cayenne pepper together. That's
pretty much what the effect is like

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Most any combination including cayenne. I have included sugar in the past.


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Re: Cajun seasoning [Re: maximum] #8475195 12/14/21 01:06 PM
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Originally Posted by maximum
Should also add- if you want to make your own Tony's seasoning,
Just mix a bunch of salt and cayenne pepper together. That's
pretty much what the effect is like


I'd agree with that.


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Re: Cajun seasoning [Re: Wburke2010] #8475215 12/14/21 01:21 PM
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Fremin's Magic Dust is good stuff. Skinner recommended it I think

https://www.fremins.com/products#!/Fremins-Magic-Dust-Cajun-Seasoning-8oz/p/100911232/category=0

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Mike's Mojo. Kroger and amazon have it. Comes in a bag.

Re: Cajun seasoning [Re: Wburke2010] #8475306 12/14/21 02:45 PM
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I ended up with a bottle of Adkins and have been very pleased with it.

Re: Cajun seasoning [Re: Paluxy] #8475573 12/14/21 06:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Paluxy
Fremin's Magic Dust is good stuff. Skinner recommended it I think

https://www.fremins.com/products#!/Fremins-Magic-Dust-Cajun-Seasoning-8oz/p/100911232/category=0



Yes Sir, it's my favorite. Just right for my taste. Not too salty, not too hot. Has more garlic powder/onion powder/white pepper. We even put it on popcorn.
I spent many years traveling through and working in SE Louisiana, and would always try and stop at different places and try different Cajun seasonings & boudin etc. Have tried some good ones, and some that were way too salty (like Tony's etc). Fremin's Magic Dust out of New Iberia does it for me, it's cheap and I order it by the case. There are a few other recipes for "Magic Dust" on-line, but that is not Fremin's.

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Chef Emeril Lagasse has a recipe for his style of Cajun seasoning on line — https://www.emerils.com/120057/emerils-essence-creole-seasoning

I use this and just leave out the salt. I can independently add salt to a dish as desired. I like spicy foods, so I put in a little more than 2X the amount of cayenne pepper.


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Originally Posted by Paluxy
Fremin's Magic Dust is good stuff. Skinner recommended it I think

https://www.fremins.com/products#!/Fremins-Magic-Dust-Cajun-Seasoning-8oz/p/100911232/category=0



This. Just had some on chicken for dinner.


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Originally Posted by Giblett
Slap ya mama is the best.

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Originally Posted by TXHOGSLAYER
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Fremin's Magic Dust is good stuff. Skinner recommended it I think

https://www.fremins.com/products#!/Fremins-Magic-Dust-Cajun-Seasoning-8oz/p/100911232/category=0



This. Just had some on chicken for dinner.

I agree Fremins seasoning is really good!!

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Originally Posted by Paluxy
Fremin's Magic Dust is good stuff. Skinner recommended it I think

https://www.fremins.com/products#!/Fremins-Magic-Dust-Cajun-Seasoning-8oz/p/100911232/category=0



This. Just had some on chicken for dinner.

I agree Fremins seasoning is really good!!



Yeppers. I just fried a mess of backstrap seasoned with it (seasoned meat not the flour), and roasted sweet potatoes in butter/SPG & Magic Dust. Delicious. up

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