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Andy Roos Cajun Blackened Seasoning - 4 ounce shaker
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Andy Roos Cajun Blackened Seasoning - 4 ounce shaker

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Andy Roos Cajun Blackened Seasoning - Straight from Louisiana Andy Roo's Cajun Blackened Seasoning brings the Cajun flavoring to your kitchen. This tasty
seasoning is great on steaks, fish, chicken, or shrimp. Grab the taste of New Orleans for your next dinner party or football tailgating session. This
Cajun rub will just blow you away with its exciting and delicious flavor. Fantastic on all your favorite meats and vegetables! Recipe idea: Prepare
meat of your choice in advance (steaks, chicken, fish, or shrimp) by liberally covering with Andy Roo's Cajun Blackened Seasoning. Rub spices into
meat thoroughly. On stove at high heat, place your heavy-bottomed skillet (iron skillet preferably, and use your vent!). When skillet is very hot,
put in meat - watch closely as meat is seared, turn after 2 minutes. Cook on second side for 2 minutes. That's it!


Salt Free


From Louisiana


Ingredients: Garlic, onion, paprika, Cayenne pepper, White pepper, Black pepper, Oregano, other herbs and spices.

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Market Price $7.99

Our Low Price $6.99

Special Price for 3 Shakers $17.97 - Save $6.00 Shaker Price $5.99

Fantastic Price for 12 Shakers $59.88 - Save $36.00 Shaker Price $4.99

Andy Roos Cajun Blackened Seasoning - Straight from Louisiana Andy Roo's Cajun Blackened Seasoning brings the Cajun flavoring to your kitchen. This tasty seasoning is great on steaks, fish, chicken, or shrimp. Grab the taste of New Orleans for your next dinner party or football tailgating session. This Cajun rub will just blow you away with its exciting and delicious flavor. Fantastic on all your favorite meats and vegetables! Recipe idea: Prepare meat of your choice in advance (steaks, chicken, fish, or shrimp) by liberally covering with Andy Roo's Cajun Blackened Seasoning. Rub spices into meat thoroughly. On stove at high heat, place your heavy-bottomed skillet (iron skillet preferably, and use your vent!). When skillet is very hot, put in meat - watch closely as meat is seared, turn after 2 minutes. Cook on second side for 2 minutes. That's it!

Salt Free

From Louisiana

Ingredients: Garlic, onion, paprika, Cayenne pepper, White pepper, Black pepper, Oregano, other herbs and spices.

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