Thank you for trying my original Creole Seasoning Blend, and for your reviews. While Creole seasonings all have similar ingredients, the combinations and ratios do differ. I was never happy with the commercial blends so, through trial and error, I came up with a blend that has a good amount of heat while still allowing the flavors of the spices and herbs to come through. I’m flattered that “gumbopages.com” has chosen my original recipe to post on their website, although they tweaked the recipe a bit by adding celery seed and omitting the salt. Creole recipes always start with a roux and “The Holy Trinity,” which consists of approximately equal amounts of diced onion, diced celery, and diced bell pepper, so for me; I don’t feel celery seed is needed in this blend. I realize some of you may be on salt restricted diets though, and you can certainly reduce the amount of salt, or omit it completely. Happy cooking!
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Thank you for trying my original Creole Seasoning Blend, and for your reviews. While Creole...