A lot of times we get asked by customers how to best use our blends, what goes with what, etc. So we decided to put together this little guide to give you an idea as to what types of foods go with what blend.
Of course, the best thing about cooking (at least in our opinion) is experimentation! So most of all-be creative and have fun!
Mango Mama-Try it on steamed veggies, also great on Chicken, Bland Fish and scallops.
Roasted Garlic Pepper-Great with a buttered Baked Potato, Sliced Tomato with Italian Dressing drizzled over it (maybe with a slice of mozzarella cheese and some fresh basil), Steak, Burgers and any kind of Grilled Meats
Key Lime Seasoning-Our favorite is on scallops, but it’s also tasty on Grouper, Flounder, Shrimp and Steamed Veggies
Blackened-Most people associate Blackened Seasoning with Seafood, but it’s also excellent on Chicken, Burgers and Pork Chops
Lemon Pepper-Gives great zing to fish! Excellent also on a Baked Potato, Scallops and Roasted Chicken. Mix with your favorite Tuna Salad recipe for some added flavor.
Chicken Rotisserie-Add 1/4 cup of water, 3 TS of Olive Oil and 2ts of Chicken Rotisserie Seasoning, mix together and let sit for 5 minutes. Rub or Brush on Chicken prior to cooking
Coarse Steak Seasoning-Brush steak with melted butter or Olive Oil, sprinkle seasoning liberally on both sides of meat, let sit at room temperature for 10 minutes prior to grilling or cooking
BBQ Seasoning-Apply to meat a minimum of 4 hours prior to cooking, place in shallow pan and cover with tin foil or food wrap and place in refrigerator. Remove from refrigerator and allow it to sit for 30 minutes , then cook. Also great on grilled chopped onions-just toss onions in Olive Oil, apply seasoning and toss to coat evenly-then grill
About The Author
Michael Simmons spent most of his life growing up in the food business, first working in his fathers Jacksonville FL food brokerage, then starting his own spice mixing/importing/distribution business. He has extensive experience in using spices, formulating blends and distribution.