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Dizzy Pig Tsunami Poultry / Seafood Seasoning
Don't forget to rub your meat! Weather you are baking, grilling or frying, add layers of flavor to your meats by starting off with a flavorful rub. This section includes Slap Ya Mama Cajun Seasoning and Bad Byron's Butt Rub!

Dizzy Pig Tsunami Poultry / Seafood Seasoning

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$7.25

SKU:DR123

Availability: In stock

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Special Price for 3 Bottles $29.97

Bottle Price $10.99



Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $119.88

Bottle Price $9.99



 

This is probably our most unique offering, Tsunami Spin offers up a carnival of flavors and depends on several mid and far eastern influences for its special
flavor. One of our most popular seasonings, this blend draws from Far East influences. The sesame seeds give it a buttery mouth feel and help to build
a beautiful crust, and the aromatic spices come through with a well balanced splash of flavor. Along with Sesame seeds, the ginger, galangal, and fenugreek
are among the ingredients that give Tsunami Spin its special flavor. Best on poultry, seafood and duck. Also tasty on pork, mushrooms and veggies...even
popcorn.


From Virginia


Ingredients: Spices, Demerara Sugar, Salt, Sesame Seeds, Paprika, Onion Garlic, and Turmeric.

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Special Price for 3 Bottles $29.97
Bottle Price $10.99

Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $119.88
Bottle Price $9.99

 

This is probably our most unique offering, Tsunami Spin offers up a carnival of flavors and depends on several mid and far eastern influences for its special flavor. One of our most popular seasonings, this blend draws from Far East influences. The sesame seeds give it a buttery mouth feel and help to build a beautiful crust, and the aromatic spices come through with a well balanced splash of flavor. Along with Sesame seeds, the ginger, galangal, and fenugreek are among the ingredients that give Tsunami Spin its special flavor. Best on poultry, seafood and duck. Also tasty on pork, mushrooms and veggies...even popcorn.

From Virginia

Ingredients: Spices, Demerara Sugar, Salt, Sesame Seeds, Paprika, Onion Garlic, and Turmeric.

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