McCormick® Perfect Pinch® Cajun Seasoning
4.69 / 5 based on 13 Reviews
Bring robust Cajun flavor to your cooking with this spicy blend of onions, garlic, red pepper and other spices.
Usage Tips: Great on chicken, fish, shrimp, steak, rice and vegetables.
Salt, Spices (Including Red Pepper, Black Pepper, Thyme And Celery Seed), Paprika, Garlic And Onionsee more...
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- Looking to use Cajun seasoning in a crock pot recipe I ha...2 Answers
This seasoning is very good and has an authentic flavor. It definitely has a little kick if you are using a lot, but it also has a great blend of flavors as well. Very versatile, so you can use in a combination of foods.
I absolutely love this seasoning!!! It makes it so much easier to turn any dish into a Cajun adventure in your mouth just with a few pinches 🤗 Be ready to blow your taste buds away!!!!
Rub it on chicken or sprinkle it on anything! The flavor pops and it's delicious. He second I tried it, I immediately started putting it on everything, especially fries!!
I love this spice, I live about 8 hours from New Orleans and a lot of people from there have relocated here as a result of the hurricane and now I see this seasoning everywhere! It is so good, and just the perfect amount of heat.
I love this seasoning. I use it the most on seafood and chicken. Just recently I used it in my Alfredo to add a kick to it, and it was amazing!
I love this stuff! My husband is creol so everything we eat ha to be strong in flavor and spices. I always win at dinner time with this one :)
This is the perfect seasoning for any food that needs to be seasoned cajuan syle. It has rich, full flavor and a little of it goes a long way.
Love this seasoning! It has the perfect spice mixed with great flavor! And no MSG! Can't get better then that!
I really like mccormick seasoning. they have a bunch of good stuff. i think this one would be really good.
Decently good Cajun flavor, but he salt content is through the roof!! Entirely too salty for my purposes!
Q & A
Looking to use Cajun seasoning in a crock pot recipe I have. I am not a fan of too much spice, or hot flavoring. Cajun tends to be good, but would love to know how hot this product actually is?! Hot versus flavorful