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Blackened Seasoning Blackened Seasoning We perfected the New Orleans classic blackened seasoning with our own unique blend of spices. Use it as a dry rub for fish, chicken, steak or other meats to give them that one-of-a-kind blackened flavor. A couple of shakes can also jazz up almost any recipe. 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 user reviews
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ZATARAIN'S® Blackened Seasoning

We perfected the New Orleans classic blackened seasoning with our own unique blend of spices. Use it as a dry rub for fish, chicken, steak or other meats to give them that one-of-a-kind blackened flavor. A couple of shakes can also jazz up almost any recipe.

Product details

Ingredients

Salt, Spices (Including Chili Pepper, Red Pepper, Paprika), Monosodium Glutamate (As Flavor Enhancer), Onion And Garlic.

Serving size

1/4 tsp. (0.9g)

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    Size (OZ)

  • 714291052563
Usage tips

DIRECTIONS:

Blackened Fish or Chicken


Generously brush both sides of fish fillets or thinly sliced boneless skinless chicken breasts with melted butter. Sprinkle evenly with Zatarain’s Blackened Seasoning; set aside. Heat cast iron skillet on high heat until very hot. Place fish or chicken in hot skillet. Cook 1 ½ to 2 minutes per side or until charred and cooked through.

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Recipe details

Black and Blue Steaks

Serves: 4
Prep time: 5 mins

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Product nutrition information

(Amount per serving)

  • Calories: 0
  • Cholesterol: 0mg
  • Sodium: 240mg
  • Sugar: 0g
  • Fat: 0g
  • Fiber: 0g
  • Carbohydrates: 0g

Ratings & Reviews: 3

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  • Christine on 11/02/2015

    This is the most amazing seasoning! I love to coat hamburgers with it. But I cannot find it anymore in grocery stores.

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  • D on 07/13/2014

    I go light on it--just a dash or two on my fish (even salmon!) and drop em on a smokin' hot skillet for a just a minute or two. YUM!

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  • Anna on 08/26/2015

    you've changed the recipe on your blackening seasoning and now it's too salty. It ruined last night's fish, and I didn't even coat the fish heavily. Go back to your older formulation in the mostly black label canister. I have one at work and it's awesome.

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