is the name for the African-American cuisine and culture of the Carolina Low Country—the region in and around Charleston and the coastal islands. Traditional Gullah cooking uses a special spice blend, similar to Cajun seasoning. It can also be used to season meat, fish, or omelets. Try this one for fried dishes or use the regular version
This recipe is part of our healthy soul food menu
Servings: Makes about 1 cup
Ingredients 1/4 cup granulated garlic or garlic powder1/4 cup granulated onion or onion powder1/4 cup salt1/4 cup ground black pepper1 Tbsp. and 1 tsp. paprika
Combine all ingredients. Store in a tightly closed container. Will keep for 3 months in a dark cool place, or in the freezer for up to a year.This recipe is adapted from
Gullah Cuisine, by Charlotte Jenkins and William Baldwin (available at EveningPostBooks.com). Gullah Cuisine restaurant is in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina.