New Orleans is a city known for its BBQ, and while we all know that the food here has a great flavor, it’s also filled with spices.
That’s why we love Chef Ryan Martin’s Caribbean Grillin’ Cheese.
The cookbook is packed with flavors that are inspired by New Orleans and other Caribbean countries, like Caribbean Grille, the best of Louisiana, and a favorite among our New Orleans readers.
While Martin’s cookbook isn’t a complete guide to the flavors in the book, it does provide a good starting point for exploring the flavors of the region.
One of the flavors that’s really popular is the spice mix.
This spice mix is what we call a cajun, meaning it comes from Louisiana, the same state that Martin himself grew up in.
The spice mix has a sweet and spicy taste that makes it a perfect addition to a traditional Caribbean grilled cheese.
It’s like a mix of cajundas, cumin, coriander, paprika, cayenne, cajera, and paprika.
But, like any good cajune, there are many varieties that will give you a nice flavor.
The spice mix comes in a lot of flavors, and there are so many different ones that you can make your own spice mix and serve it as a base for a sandwich, or just serve it with a side of beans, or any of the many meats that can be found at New Orleans restaurants.
Here’s how to make your favorite spice mix at home.