Blackened food is a big thing in New Orleans, Louisiana. New Orleans has a big thing for Creole and Cajun-style cooking. But what does this all mean? That’s the question. And all we can say is that it’s time to put the Italian in Blackening Seasoning.
Steak, chicken, redfish, crawfish, catfish. Any fish.
Or use the seasoning in soups, stews, or sauces.
Coat completely and heat on a cast iron skillet with butter or oil until well-seared. Finish in the oven if needed.
When you cook with this fusion blend, you’ll get a warm taste of traditional Italian flavor. Delicious and great for a quick meal.