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Seafood/Fish rub

post #1 of 4
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Looking for a new seafood and fish ruby that's pretty universal for all fish and seafood. Thats not super spicy to get my wife to enjoy more seafood and fish
post #2 of 4

Have you tried Everglades fish & foul?


Don't know if they have it in your area.


It's very good.



post #3 of 4

I use this on meat as is but...This is great on Fish, Shrimp and Scallops. Just leave out the sugar. You can add dry for smoking and grilling or season to taste, dip in melted Butter and Pan Fry, Blacken or Broil. It's not really that hot but cut way back on the Cayenne then adjust to your families taste. Of course Old Bay is always a classic...JJ


Cajun Rib Tickler


1C Tubinado or Dried Brown Sugar*

1/4C Paprika**

2T Kosher Salt

2T Garlic Powder

2T Onion Powder

2T Mustard Powder

2T Chili Powder

2tsp Black Pepper

1-2tsp Cayenne

2tsp Dry Oregano

2tsp Dry Thyme

2tsp Cry Celery Flakes

1tsp Celery Seed


Grind the Oregano, Thyme, Celery Flake and Seed. Mix all and store in air tight container, up to 3 months...


Notes...* Leave out the Sugar for a Cajun Blackening Spice. Spinkle a lot or a little, on whatever meat, dip in melted Butter or Olive oil and saute in a very hot pan until cooked to your desired IT.

             ** If you wish you can use Smoked Paprika in the recipe. This will give a seasoning that will add some "Smokey flavor" to Grilled, Sauteed, Fried or Roasted meat, not just stuff you smoke.


Mix and store in an air tight container...JJ


post #4 of 4
I really prefer to use fresh herbs on fish when I can. Dill, tarragon, garlic, chives, onions, lemon, capers are all good ideas.

Another favorite of ours is to put the fish on foil or a foil pan. Cover with whatever your favorite salsa is. Put in the BBQ or smoker or oven and cook until the fish is done. Sprinkle with grated four cheese blend cheese allow to melt and pull off. Serve with tortillas and taco toppings good stuff!
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