Cherry Creek Seafood Seasoning
We have recently made a modification to this recipe. Prior to August 28, 2014, this item contained pink peppercorns which are related to cashews and may produce an allergic response in people with allergies to tree nuts.
We’ve taken the traditional combination of lemon and pepper and added a sweet herbal twist to come up with this exciting all-purpose seafood seasoning. Cherry Creek Seafood Seasoning is made by first grinding together black, white, and green peppercorns. We then mix in just the right amount salt, lemon peel, red bell pepper, dill weed, cracked dill seed, onion and citric acid.
Salt, lemon peel, black, white, and green peppercorns, red bell pepper, dill weed, cracked dill seed, onion and citric acid
With dill as a featured flavor, this blend is nice on many types of fish including halibut, salmon, swordfish and trout. Cherry Creek also works well for seasoning chicken, duck and vegetables and can even be used to make a dip, sauce or vinaigrette. Cherry Creek Dip - This blend makes an excellent dip. Mix 3-4 tsp. Cherry Creek seasoning per cup of either sour cream or cream cheese. For a healthier version, try using yogurt or cottage cheese. Cherry Creek Vinaigrette - In a bottle combine 1/3 cup balsamic vinegar with 2/3 cup olive oil and 1 tsp. of Cherry Creek Seasoning. Cap and shake vigorously. If a more robust flavor is desired, add more seasoning a ½ tsp at a time to taste.