Cajun Dry Rub

This Cajun dry rub is my go-to for adding instant flair to dishes. It's got the right amount of heat, a touch of sweet smokiness, and an undeniable kick. A sprinkle transforms any ingredient, making each bite memorably delicious. Consider it culinary magic in a jar.

Cajun Seasoning Blend

– When you make your own Cajun seasoning, you can customize the spice mix to match your taste buds. Love garlic but not a fan of super spicy? You call the shots on the ratios and spice level.

– Commercial options often contain fillers and preservatives to prolong their shelf life. By making your own Cajun rub, you have the freedom to omit unnecessary additives and enjoy a fresher, more natural flavor.

why homemade cajun rub is better

Cajun seasoning originates from Louisiana's vibrant Cajun community, blending diverse cultural influences into their culinary creations.

Louisiana Cajun Seasoning

Cajun seasoning is incredibly versatile and can be used in a variety of delicious recipes. Here are a few of my favorites: Cajun Shrimp and Sausage Skillet Cajun Chicken Pasta Cajun Seasoned Roasted Vegetables Cajun Grilled Salmon Cajun Bean Soup

ways to use cajun seasoning

Cajun cuisine isn't super spicy by default, but this dry rub brings a nice level of heat. And if you want it spicier, it's easy to customize to your liking.

Great for grilling

Rub, Marinade, or Sprinkle

Using your Cajun dry rub as a base for a marinade is a fantastic way to infuse your meat or vegetables with deep, layered flavors.

Meet the seasoning that's a game-changer in the kitchen. With its savory, pungent and subtly sweet smoky flavor, Cajun seasoning can flip any ordinary dish into a flavorful experience. From burgers to fish dishes or salads, the possibilities are endless!

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