A killer Cajun/Creole seasoning that goes well on steak, chicken, fish, veggies, you name it... Best when cooked over white hot coals outside, as this mixture can generate a lot of smoke.
Finally, a broccoli recipe with some heat. Adjust the garlic and seasoning to your liking, but the amounts below will turn regular old broccoli into a New Orleans-style flavor treat.
Craving Cajun flavor? This quick Cajun recipe will give you the flavor of the Bayou without a day's worth of cooking.
Use this spice rub to make blackened chicken breasts or fish fillets.
Let the amateurs have their pre-made Cajun rub--you can make your own for fresher flavor. Store in an airtight container in a dark, dry, cool place, and it'll keep for six months.
Fire up the sounds of Preservation Hall Jazz Band, pour this sauce on any meat or veggie dish you make, and it's a free trip to New Orleans.
Tasty Cajun flavor in your movie popcorn. Fire this up for watching Southern Comfort, Live and Let Die, or The Big Easy.
A stunning and colorful Tropical Isle Cuisine dish with an array of warm exotic flavors reflecting fresh island fruits; ripe mangoes, bananas & juicy pineapple with crunchy macadamia nuts, & garden fresh herbs that’s bound with sweet deep-sea prawns with a hint spiciness! A dish that’s “feast for your eyes, tantalize your taste buds and ignite the soul!” Part of the Southern Gaming Casino Cook-off presented by Four Roses Bourbon.
Adjust amounts to your liking. As you can see, I like it a little sweet. Use it instead of salt & pepper, for blackening, or as a rub.
If you like it spicy, try this blend of Cajun and Creole spices with habanero pepper sauce on your next batch of beef or venison jerky.
This is one of my favorite spicy chicken dishes. The colorful blend of a rice bed speckled with colorful peppers topped with a Cajun-seasoned chicken breast and smothered with a golden bayou sauce is not only a pleasing presentation, but very delicious. It's a four-part recipe, so see footnote for timing.
This recipe is quick, easy, and perfect for the person in your house who enjoy spicy food! Depending on the quality of the peppers this recipe can be VERY spicy! If you would like to add a bit of flavor feel free to add a splash (1 teaspoon) of your favorite barbeque sauce!! Serve and enjoy! Better yet, serve, neglect to tell guests about the overwhelming spice, and then laugh while they eat it!
These deep fried chicken wings have been coated with a slightly spicy Cajun concoction for the best hot wing flavor!
From a campfire on the bayou to your table. This easy chicken in a skillet will fill your kitchen with amazing smells, and later your mouth with big, spicy flavor.
A pizza just for chicken lovers, with creamy alfredo as your sauce and the chicken-friendly flavors of bacon and Cajun seasoning.
A huge batch of this Cajun favorite with four types of meat: Chicken, ham, kielbasa and shrimp. The reason you make a big batch is so you won't run out. This jambalaya is so good, that could be a bad situation.
For a quick meal with plenty of spice, try this authentic Cajun recipe for fried catfish. Throws off a lot of smoke, but so much the better for flavor. You can also cook outside on the grill, where smoke isn't a problem.
A simple but powerful spice rub gives these easy burgers big flavor.
Patties with major flavor, thanks to the triple threat of onion, celery and carrot, plus a heap of Cajun seasoning. Serve with Creole mustard as a condiment, if you can get your hands on it.
This recipe is good to do outside. You can do it in the house, but you better have a good exhaust fan.