Fish Seasoning, Salt Free

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The perfect seasoning for all types of fish and seafood.

Our Fish and Seafood Seasoning, is Salt-Free . It is a versatile seasoning will season all types of seafood. This spice blend is also aromatic and savory. It can be used to season chicken and meat as it will enhance their natural flavors. 

Our seafood and fish seasoning blend is best used when broiling, poaching and marinating fish.

This a good seasoning when making Shrimp Creole or crabcakes.

Looking for more versatility? How about using it as a dried rub for your roasted chicken or even as a turkey brine for Thanksgiving.

Ingredients:

This salt-free variety of seasoning for fish contains black pepper, rosemary, parsley, dill, citric acid, garlic, lemon peel, and onion.

Suggested use:

Use this seasoning as a dry rub for grilled fish, or mix it with your favorite flavored olive oil for a scrumptious seafood dinner. Use is for poaching a whole fish or fish steak. Great for marinating fish. 

Size:

4 oz

Recipe Ideas for using this Seasoning:

Baked Fish with Turmeric is flavorful and easy to make. It is the absolute favorite whole-baked fish recipe for a delicious family dinner any day of the week. It is slightly crispy and perfectly seasoned with an aromatic blend of spices. Check out the recipe: https://www.caribbeangreenliving.com/easy-baked-fish-with-turmeric/

A seafood or fish blaff is typically prepared with red snapper in the Caribbean. This Sea Bass dish is a reminder of how delicious foods can bring people together. A Sea Bass is cooked in a spicy, mildly hot, and slightly acidic liquid. Check out the recipe: https://www.caribbeangreenliving.com/sea-bass-blaff-a-caribbean-comfort-food/

For more recipes ideas, visit www.caribbeangreenliving.com.