Fried Chicken Sandwich with Sausage Gravy on a Biscuit
Cajun Spice Will Elevate Your Next Biscuits And Gravy
By Chase Shustack
Few foods represent the Southern U.S. better than biscuits and gravy, and while they’re tasty on their own, a bit of Cajun spice will bring it to a new spicy and savory level.
Cajun spice seasoning is usually made up of various types of dried or ground pepper, such as black, white, and cayenne pepper, alongside onion powder, garlic powder, and paprika.
The addition of spices inside Cajun seasoning adds much more flavor to your gravy, transforming it from savory into something that has a bit more heat to it.
Instead of an intense heat, think more of a pleasant spice that lingers on your tongue after you take a bite of the buttery biscuits and the thick, creamy gravy.
You can also adjust the level of heat you want to your Cajun seasoning, such as adding or omitting cayenne pepper, depending on your personal taste.