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Old 06-04-2008, 12:19 AM   #1
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I was buying some from Publix but they are out. Anybody know a good mix?
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I like the Louisiana brand. All of the others that I've tried a too salty.
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Old 06-04-2008, 09:11 AM   #3
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The best one that I know of is Paul Prudome's Redfish Magic. That is the original first blackenening Seasoning.
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southern flavor
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amberj (6/4/2008)The best one that I know of is Paul Prudome's Redfish Magic. That is the original first blackenening Seasoning.
that's the one I use.
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Old 06-04-2008, 09:37 AM   #6
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amberj (6/4/2008)The best one that I know of is Paul Prudome's Redfish Magic. That is the original first blackenening Seasoning.
Ditto............ GOOD stuff!!!!!!!!!!
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I used Emeril's essence (since that is what I had) to blacken redfish in the oven last night. It was very good, not as spicy as most. Smoke was manageable, prolly cause the temperature was better controlled.

Preheat a big black iron skillet in the oven to 500 degrees.
Dry the fillets, then oil (what used to be) the skin side with 1-2 teaspoons oil (I used peanut oil).
Coat the oiled side with Emeril's essence.
Place the oiled and seasoned side down in the preheated skillet.
Cook about 7 minutes.

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The best one that I know of is Paul Prudome's Redfish Magic. That is the original first blackenening Seasoning.
my choice also
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