Use about 1 tsp. salt-free Cajun Blackening seasoning per pound of meat. Sprinkle Cajun spices on vegetables, salads, and eggs.
To make a hotter version of salt-free Cajun seasoning, add 1/2-2 t cayenne to 1/4 cup Cajun seasoning.
Salt-Free Cajun Blackening Seasoning Q&A
How much salt is in Cajun seasoning?
Cajun seasoning typically contains a decent amount of salt, whether it's just a Cajun spice blend or blackening seasoning. That's why we handcrafted a salt-free version of Cajun seasoning for those with low-sodium or no-sodium diets that still enjoy blackened recipes and Cajun flavors. If you want our version of Cajun seasoning that contains salt, go here.
What is blackened seasoning?
Blackened seasoning is classic to Cajun cuisine and for making blackened chicken, blackened catfish and other blackened dishes and recipe. Cajun spices typically contain some combination of paprika, onion, salt, garlic, pepper, chiles, mustard powder, cumin, thyme, cayenne, oregano, sage and/or celery. This version of Cajun seasoning does not contain salt.