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Mix all spices together and store ... If the fillets are thick, you may need to lower the heat and cover to fully cook the fish. Serve with lemon wedges.
Combine all ingredients, mixing well. Put in an airtight container or shaker. Sprinkle sparingly on fish, chicken, pork chops or steak as you would ...
Rub fish filet ... hot-spicy you want it) mixed spices. Cook quickly on both sides in hot seasoned iron skillet. Reduce heat until cooked through slowly.
Heat skillet over ... together apple pie spice, thyme, garlic ... once, or until fish begins to flake easily, and spices are well-browned, but not burned.
To cook the ... 1 tsp. Cajun spice, salt and ... rice according to the package directions, adding 3/4 tsp. to the water. Serve the Etouffee over the rice.
Heat oil in skillet over medium-high heat to 350 degrees. Coat beef with 3 tsp. Meat Magic. Combine 2 tsp. Meat Magic with flour in shallow bowl. ...
Dip fish in ... with cornmeal. Put spices on second side. Coat with cornmeal. Fry with small amount of butter. This is good with catfish or flounder fillets.
Season fish on both sides (filet). Heat skillet until it's so hot it's white, put tablespoon of butter in skillet to melt. Add filet 2 minutes on ...
Pat fillets dry; ... bags with taco spice and pepper mixture. ... over coated fillets and bake in oven. Serve with rice and lots of water. Serves 4 to 6.
Coat each piece of chicken with spice mix. The mixture ... butter after turning once. Grill about 10 minutes. NOTE: Spice mix good on fish fillets also.
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