Blackened Seasoning from Foodly in a ½ cup modern tin. Blackening is both a spice and a cooking process.
How to Use Blackened Seasoning
Traditional blackening of foods involves searing filets of meat or veggies with butter and blackening seasoning over high heat. This cooking process requires using an extremely high heat and typically requires using a cast-iron skillet.
Blackened seasoning can also be used without butter as a meat or vegetable rub.
What’s In Blackened Seasoning?
We use hand blended paprika, garlic, yellow mustard, onion, black pepper, oregano, cumin, cayenne, thyme, bay leaves, and celery seed to make our Blackened Seasoning.
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