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Profile: Are you one of the fortunate persons who has fishing-loving friends? If that's the case, you're no stranger to a surprise delivery of salmon, cod, or swordfish at your door. Don't be concerned! In minutes, this seafood spice blend will transform any unexpected seafood surprise into a masterpiece dinner.


We have a few favorite seafood preparation methods. We usually wrap the fish in foil and season it with parsley, lemon, butter, and a splash of white wine. Wrap the foil tightly around the fish and bake it in a 400F oven for 15-30 minutes, depending on the size of the fish. It's simple and there's no need to clean up afterwards.

However, we also enjoy using our seafood spice combination instead of wine. A soft yet robust seafood seasoning combination made of lemon peel, garlic, sea salt, white pepper, smoked bittersweet paprika, thyme, allspice, and a few more spices that doesn't overpower the flavor of the fish. Using a teaspoon of soft, unsalted butter, mash this seafood spice mix and distribute it all over the fish before wrapping it in foil. A life-changing fish will emerge.


Ingredients: Salt, spices, paprika, granulated garlic, granulated lemon peel, onion powder, mustard powder, may contain 2% or less of red pepper, citric acid, sugar and FD&C yellow #5.
Shelf Life: 3 Years.
Basic Prep: Ready to add to any recipe as directed as no preparation is required.
Ways To Use: A wonderful spice blend for all seafood. Also great on chicken, pork, rice, or any cuisine that needs a little additional taste. Sprinkle this blend on vegetables or french fries for a quick fix.
Product Style: Blend
Country of Origin: United States.
Handling / Storage: Store in a cool, dry place.
Allergen Information: None Specified.
Dietary Preferences: All Natural, Gluten-Free, Kosher Parve, Non-GMO.
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