Creole Bayou Spice Blend
Although often used interchangably, there is a difference between cajun and creole cuisine. While both Cajuns and Creoles came from the French settlers in Louisiana, Creole people also have a Spanish heritage. Creole cuisine was first recognized by the writer George Washington Cable in 1880 and its distinctive flavors soon became identified with the French Quarter of New Orleans.
Whether you prefer jambalaya or gumbo, our creole seasoning blend captures that special flavor of New Orleans.
Ingredients: Garlic, onion, cayenne chili, spices, green-red peppers.
Uses: For Jambalaya, seafood soup, rice dishes and gumbo. 1.7 — 2.8 wt oz