1. Put it all in a large shaker, put the lid on and shake to mix.
2. You can also mix it in a plastic bag or even a cup.
3. Store it in an airtight container.
For a spicy dish, such as gumbo or etoufee, use about 1 teaspoon of this Cajun seasoning per serving (it
will be pretty spicy, although not unbearably hot). This takes the place of the spices that might be called
for in the recipe. Adjust the amount up or down, depending on your preference for mild to spicy. To liven
up things like rice, hash browns, or fried eggs, just sprinkle some over the top like you would salt or
pepper. . It's also good on vegetables, in soups and on burgers (you might want more than just a sprinkle
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