WTF is Cajun Seasoning? (Your life will be better | Contest loser!)

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Cajun Seasoning is at the heart of">ZatarainsZatarain’s, McCormick, Slap Ya Mama, Badia and other brands trying to capture the experience of eating in New Orleans. It is used to add flavor and heat to many dishes, such as gumbo, jambalaya, and étouffée. Some of the common ingredients in Cajun seasoning are paprikacayennegarlic powderonion powderoreganothymesalt, and black pepper, and in 2009 Zatarain’s released a video contest to launch their new line of frozen foods. I have no idea how their sales went, but I made a video contest entry that was REALLY REALLY GOOD and somehow didn’t lose.

To see the video, learn more about the history of Cajun Seasoning, where you can buy it, see my claymation penguin heads, listen to a slide whistle, or find some great cajun recipes to try at home, read on.

Where is Cajun Seasoning from?

New Orleans. Please. Gimme a hard one.

What is the difference between Creole and Cajun seasonings?

The main difference between Cajun and Creole seasonings is that Creole seasonings usually contain more herbs than Cajun seasonings, such as basil, bay leaf, marjoram, parsley, rosemary, and sage. Creole seasonings also tend to have less cayenne pepper and more black pepper than Cajun seasonings. Creole seasonings are used to enhance dishes like shrimp creole, red beans and rice, and crawfish étouffée.

Can we see your video contest losing entry for Zatarains?

Hell yeah. But you’re gonna have to watch 30 seconds of context, because some people will have skipped straight to the watching.

Amazing song! Can I buy it?

No? I’ll put it up on Spotify for you soon though.

Is Zatarain’s seasoning good?

According to ChatGPT (which doesn’t have a mouth, but is extremely good at reading the internet)

Zatarain‘s is a brand of Cajun and Creole food products that was founded in New Orleans in 1889. They offer a variety of seasonings, rice mixes, sauces, and frozen meals. According to Amazon, their Cajun seasoning bundle has a rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars based on 1,065 customer reviews. Some of the positive comments are:

ChatGPT which doesn’t have a mouth.

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