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Tony Chacheres cajun seasoning.

eman

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Just wanted to let everyone know that i have posted the recipe for tony chacheres cajun seasoning in the wikis. This is  from mr tonys cook book.

 Enjoy!
 

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Thanks Bob - you know it is kind of funny. I never had the recipe but had made a similar one, just did not hae the MSG
 

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Now I do like Tony's seasonings and thanks for the recipe. Now I kinda know what's in it but do you know Mr. Zaterain's too???
 

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Which zatarains recipe???
 

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Now I do like Tony's seasonings and thanks for the recipe. Now I kinda know what's in it but do you know Mr. Zaterain's too???
It's now in the wikis under M for my copycat for zatirains.
 
 

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M? I don't think that would have been the first place I'd look. But I guess it will show up in a search, so it doesn't matter where you file it.
 

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Cool thanks! Will make some up  (minus the MSG). I have taken to using Tony's to season my breakfast potatos on Satuday morning. I also like to add it to buttermilk and then soak some pork chops in it overnight, smoke em up for about 2 hrs. or so and they are awesome!
 

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I couldn't tell you as i don't use salt.

 Mr tony's recipe calls for 1 - 26 oz box of salt. so i guess just plain iodized salt.


I would agree... if you have ever used the stuff it looks like plain ol' table salt.
 

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