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Authentic Cajun recipes from Slap Ya Mama Cajun Seasoning can be found here! Learn how to make delicious Shrimp & Grits or even our Ultimate Cajun Grilled Cheese!


Slap Ya Mama is made in Ville Platte in Evangeline Parish in SW Louisiana - good Cajun country. They make regular and white pepper. ... Read the Slap Ya Mama seasoning discussion from the Chowhound General Discussion food community. Join the discussion today.


1/4 teaspoon Slap Ya Mama Hot Blend Cajun Seasoning. 1/8 teaspoon kosher salt. 1 1/2 cups pecan halves, toasted. Directions: Line a small baking sheet with foil; spray with cooking spray. In a medium skillet, combine brown sugar, butter, Slap Ya Mama Hot Cajun Seasoning, and Salt. Cook over medium heat, stirring until coated.


How to Make "Slap Ya Mama" Chicken Tenders "the simple version" If you like Cajun Cuisine you'll love these mouth watering tenders. Tenders so good you'll wanna "Slap Ya Mama!"


Slap Ya Mama! Cajun seasoning is the best seasoning that we have tried with our crawl fish. It's a little warm but sure does give you a bite back. Made by Walker & Sons in Ville Platte, LA. This ...


Slap Ya Mama Cajun Pepper Sauce is made in Ville Platte in Louisiana’s Evangeline Parish, which makes it about as authentic as you can get when it comes to Cajun cooking. It was invented by Anthony Walker, who ran the family’s deli. According to the Slap Ya Mama website, he wanted a seasoning blend that […]


Very Hot Cajun-Style Seasoning: If you're looking for some good heat and smoky flavor, this spice blend will rock your Cajun world. thespicehouse.com. Slap Ya Mama: If you're looking for intense flavor, then this rub is for you. Slap Ya Mama delivers a punch of pepper flavor with a slow-building heat. slapyamama.com


DIY Cajun Seasoning Cheese whiz. Where do I start? Like the myriad of gumbo recipes floating out there in cyberspace, folks will tell you all kinds of ways to conjure-up Cajun seasonings. Many popular commercial brands already adorn our supermarket shelves like Tony Chachere, Slap ya Mama, Zatarains and others. However, these ready-made ...


I'm trying to get away from using Tony's so much, I like the flavor but it is very salty. Do any of you make your own seasoning blend? What do you put in it and in what ratio? I'd like to make a batch about the size of a mason jar to keep in the pantry for day to day use. TIA for all your suggestions, the F&D board always comes through