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Fantastic and easy...I had all the spices on hand. I've never had my kitchen smell so good while roasting the turkey with this rub! This also makes an incredible gravy...simply make a basic gravy and add the spices while cooking. I'm not even a Cajun fan but this rub makes everything taste great!

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kerickson1970 January 12, 2013

*Reviewed for Zaar World Tour 3*Very simple to put together and a good flavour blend. Way cheaper than purchasing prepared mixes. Next time I'll prepare a double batch to have some ready-made.

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**Jubes** June 10, 2007

I agree, this is a perfect rub for pork. We love rubs with a "bite" and this rub is just the thing. It is the perfect rub for Boston Butt!!!

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Jellyqueen December 14, 2006

I used your cajan spice on thick cut pork chops. I rubbed it on and then let it sit in the fridge for about an hour before grilling. I reduced the cayenne by half and the heat level was perfect for us. Thank you katia!

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Susie D August 29, 2006

A very nice spice rub and ingredients I have on hand all the time! I doubled the recipe, had pork sirloin chops, placed them in a ziploc bag, sprinkled with the rub and left in refrigerator over night. DH grilled these and I served with Chef Kate's Salade Curichoise (Potato Salad W/Ham, Celery and Cream) Salade Curichoise ( Potato Salad W/Ham, Celery and Cream), a wonderful meal!

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lauralie41 July 06, 2006

Made this and rubbed all over a chicken I roasted. I let the chicken dry-marinate in this rub for a couple of hours before roasting (in the fridge). Great flavour!

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evelyn/athens July 05, 2006
Jamie Oliver's Cajun Spicy Rub