Uncle Roger’s Cajun Spice

Uncle Roger’s Cajun Spice

  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 10 mins
  • Yield: 3cups
  • About This Recipe

    “We used to make this in much larger batches for a restaurant. Yes it has many ingredients, but once you make it and bottle it up, you will have it and your neighbors won’t! Great on everything from ribs and chops, to burgers and seafood.”


  • 1cuppaprika
  • 2tablespoonssalt
  • 2tablespoonschili powder
  • 1tablespoononion powder
  • 1tablespoongranulated garlic
  • 1tablespooncayenne
  • 1tablespoonblack pepper
  • 2teaspoonswhite pepper
  • 2teaspoonsdried thyme
  • 2teaspoonscumin
  • Directions

  • Mix all ingredients and keep stored airtight.
  • Reviews

  • “Fantastic!I change up the ratios just a tiny bit to fit my family’s tastes.We use it constantly!”

  • “Excellent blend!”

  • “This is an absolutely wonderful spice blend! I used it for Luvin’ Texas’ Recipe #230445 recipe. Cannot wait to try it on chicken and seafood! I made the whole batch, turned out to be a very handy spice mix! Thank you, Chef Blade, for sharing this wonderful recipe!”

  • “This is a terrific spice mix! I made just a third of it, after choosing it as your recipe to cook after you won the football pool! But … I will be making the FULL batch soon to include spice bottles of it in some xmas “foodie” gift baskets I’m going to make up. I’ve used it twice so far — added it to a blah sauce (it really perked it up, I was very pleased) and sprinkled it on some cubed skinless boneless chicken breasts before cooking them up. Both times the results were very flavourful. Keep those good recipes coming!”

  • “I made about a half order of this spice up, and made some burgers. I coated them and pan-seared them until they were done. The burgers were delicious! They had a spicy little kick and tasted like burgers you’d order from a restaurant. I still have plenty of spice left even having made half an order so I have plans to use some more on chicken breast, I’ll have to let you know how that turns out. Congrats on winning the football pool! And thanks for posting such a great recipe!”