How to make it

  • rub thyme and oregano between palms to grind up to a near powder
  • place all ingerdients in a jar,with a tight fitting lid,and store in a dark place.shake jar very well before using
  • TO USE;melt about 3 Tbs. butter,in a non stick skillet,as soon as butter place meat in skillet and turn over to coat both sides.then generously coat both sides with seasoning.turn heat up to medium-high,and cook on one side until blackend and somewhat crispy.flip over and cook the same way.add a little more butter if necessary

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    " It was excellent "
    LindaLMT ate it and said... Was this review helpful? Yes Flag
    " It was excellent "
    LindaLMT ate it and said...
    Excellent seasoning that is ideal with fish or chicken. One of my favorites except I use 1 Tablespoon of paprika and like to use half smoked and half traditional.
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    " It was excellent "
    cabincrazyone ate it and said...
    This sounds like something I'd like very much to try. Thanks for the great post.
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  • lonniec3 12 years ago
    This is the first "Blackening" recipe I've seen that doesn't begin with Salt!

    Thanks,

    Lonnie
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    " It was excellent "
    michellem ate it and said...
    Im passing this one to my husband the BB Man! He will enjoy this! Thanks for the great recipe!
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  • jenniferbyrdez 12 years ago
    Yes indeed. TY.
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  • sunny 12 years ago
    Sounds great - thanks for posting.
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  • bevcooks 12 years ago
    Good flavor. I used 90,000 BTU Cayenne, and it was a bit hot. I'll use 30,000 next time.
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