Black Eyed Cajun
If you like hot and zesty cajan-blackened fish, heat a cast iron skillet 5-10 minutes, take your fish fillets (no more than 1/2" thick), dip into melted butter, coat with "Black-Eyed Cajun" spice blend. Place fillets in skillet and cook until underside is charred. Turn and cook 2 minutes more.
Acadia, located in parts of Maine and Canada, was a French settlement. In 1713 the English won most of Acadia leaving the French only what is now Nova Scotia. As a result of continuing problems, the English compelled many of these settlers to move south. A Cajan is a descendant of these Acadia French, who lives in Louisiana.
Cayenne Pepper - The seeds are removed from the chili-like pod, then the pod is dried and ground, very hot, it is actually able to raise body temperature.
Contains: Cayenne, Mombassa, Onion, Black Pepper, Savory
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