Creole Essence Seasoning

Author: Marthinus Strydom
Category: Sauces & Spices
Serves/Qty: 2.00
Heidi Strydom

Creole seasoning is a spice mix commonly used in Creole cooking. It is used to give just about any food an extra kick. It's made up of garlic, salt, black pepper, white pepper, oregano, and parsley, among other things. It's a great choice for proteins, soups, stews, potatoes, vegetables, and more.

Marthinus Strydom

The Story

Creole cuisine refers to food that comes mainly from the New Orleans region of Louisiana. Its style consists of various influences from Africa via slave cooks, from Native Americans, and southern Europeans; French flavor preferences and techniques have had a particularly strong effect. You can see the different cultures that guided Creole cooking reflected in the spice blend. 

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2.50 tbsp (7.5 Teaspoons) paprika
2 tbsp (6 Teaspoons) salt
2 tbsp (6 Teaspoons) garlic powder
1 tbsp (3 Teaspoons) black pepper
1 tbsp (3 Teaspoons) onion powder
1 tbsp (3 Teaspoons) cayenne pepper
1 tbsp (3 Teaspoons) dried oregano
1 tbsp (3 Teaspoons) dried thyme


Mix everything together.