Quick Homemade cajun spice seasoning mix tastes 100x better than the store bought store with no added preservatives or fillers. This homemade version is great on meats, pasta, rice, and just about any dish that calls for Cajun seasoning.
Make your own homemade cajun seasoning mix and skip the store-bought stuff. Making your homemade spice seasoning is as easy as shaking up a few tablespoons of spices in a mason jar or ziplock bag.
One of my all-time favorite spice blends is cajun seasoning. I love it because it combines a mixture of my favorite spices and is great on pretty much anything. It adds a subtle spicy flavor and color to just about any dish. Over the years I’ve shared lots of delicious Cajun spiced dishes on the blog and I’ve had many requests for my favorite Cajun spice blend.
This mixture is pretty much the BEST combo of spices that you can make and beats any supermarket mix in a heartbeat. It’s versatile and requires only a couple of spices you probably already have in your pantry. It isn’t overly spicy or bland and is elevated with the addition of onion flakes. If you don’t have onion flakes on hand, feel free to use onion powder. If you don’t have either oregano or thyme, feel free to switch them both out for Italian seasoning.
What spices are in Cajun/Creole seasoning?
- Garlic Powder
- Onion powder (or flakes)
- cayenne pepper
- Black Pepper
Simply combine all the spices in a mason jar, bowl or ziplock bag, and store until ready to use. This recipe will make about 3/4 cup of seasoning. To make more, simply double the recipe or follow the recipe below to make a small batch.
To make a small batch of cajun seasoning, combine:
- 1 tablespoon paprika
- 2 teaspoons EACH garlic powder and salt.
- 1 teaspoon EACH cayenne pepper, onion powder (or flakes), dried oregano, dried thyme, black pepper.
Homemade Cajun Seasoning Mix
Quick Homemade keto cajun spice seasoning mix tastes 100x better than the store bought store with no added preservatives or fillers. This homemade version is great on meats, pasta, rice, and just about any dish that calls for Cajun/Creole seasoning.
Combine ingredients in a medium bowl or ziplock bags. Store in an airtight container.