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Made this spice blend to add to my cabinet today...WOW! It definitely packs a flavorful punch!!! When my spice jar is empty I will definitely make this again. I did not add the nutmeg though, because I do not care for its flavor, and I can detect the smallest amount of it. I used about a tsp. of this blend to top my ground beef and rice I had for lunch. I look forward to trying it on chicken this week. Made and reviewed for the 38th Aus/NZ Recipe Swap.

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Chef Buggsy Mate April 18, 2010

Loads of flavor! I did cut back on the cayenne(so we could handle the heat) and used this on Spicy Sweet Potato Wedges. Yum! Thanks! Made for the Australian Recipe Swap!

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Sharon123 May 22, 2008

Great tasting cajun blend. I followed the recipe as written but had to omit the dried ancho chile powder as I couldn't find that ingredient over here. Thanks for posting.

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Sarah! September 18, 2007

A great spice blend...I dusted chicken breasts in the mix then grilled..Mmm. I've also sprinkled it over sweet potato and baked it till golden. A versitile mix. Thanks for sharing. :)

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Stardustannie August 06, 2007
Cajun Spice Blend