Although they are historically not the same thing, a meaningful distinction no longer exists between Creole and Cajun seasoning. The terms are used interchangeably and sometimes even together. More »

Most Cajun seasonings include paprika, garlic and onion powders, dried oregano, and salt and pepper. Other common ingredients in Cajun seasoning are hot spices, such as cayenne pepper, red pepper flakes and white pepper,... More »

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An easy Cajun seasoning recipe is AllRecipes.com's Cajun seasoning using a combination of salt, oregano, paprika, cayenne pepper and black pepper. To make the seasoning, place 2 1/2 tablespoons salt, 1 tablespoon oregano... More »

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Creole seasoning is a mixture of paprika, dried oregano, ground black pepper, kosher salt, cayenne pepper, granulated onion, dried thyme and granulated garlic. It may also contain dried basil. Once combined, the seasonin... More »

Most Cajun seasonings include paprika, garlic and onion powders, dried oregano, and salt and pepper. Other common ingredients in Cajun seasoning are hot spices, such as cayenne pepper, red pepper flakes and white pepper,... More »

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Cajun jambalaya and Creole-style gumbo are two Cajun and Creole recipes. Both recipes use shrimp and rice as ingredients, but the Creole-style gumbo recipe takes less time to make. More »

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A commercial seasoned salt or homemade salt-and-spice blend can be substituted for Creole seasoning. To ensure satisfactory results, it is best to add the seasonings gradually to the dish and taste frequently in order to... More »