Cajun blackened fish is a quick, easy and delicious weeknight dinner for the family. Prepare this dish in minutes, and savour the flavour of the heart of New Orleans.
Cajun-Style Blackened Fish
A southern twist on fried fish, our Cajun-style blackened fish is seasoned with unique blends of spices combined to create a powerful, smokey taste. Big Dog Spices makes this recipe simple to follow in your adventure-filled kitchen!
Blackened fish comes from the term blackening, used to describe searing spices on food in a hot pan to create a dark, flavourful crust. It is a staple technique in Cajun and Creole cooking, a cuisine born in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. It remains one of the most popular dishes served in the region.
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