Blackened Salmon with a flavorful crispy crust smothered in creamy Cajun sauce on your table in less than 15 minutes (we seriously recommend heating this meal in an oven!). What is "Blackened"? Are we burning your food? Not exactly! “Blackened” is a cooking technique associated with Cajun cuisine. The specific spice blend vary from chef to chef, but it usually includes paprika, garlic power, dried oregano, cayenne, and salt. The fish is then covered in this seasoning rub and then fried in a skillet to achieve a dark crust which is absolutely delicious. To give the dish a little "zing", we serve the meal in a creamy Cajun sauce that has plenty of influence from the Louisiana kitchen. Ingredients: Wild-Caught Alaskan Salmon, Dill, Tomato, Capsicum, Shallot, Garlic, Cajun All-Spice, Coconut Milk, Almond.
EC Eva Chetchotisak 10 months ago
Loved it! So delicious. The only thing is, why give 11 pieces? Seems odd. 12 would be a better number; you can split evenly among 2 or 3 people.