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Cajun Cobb SaladI won’t kid you, this Cajun cobb salad has a lot of ingredients that require individual prep, but it is SO worth the effort! A Cobb salad is wonderful in its own right but when you add layers of flavor with Cajun blackened shrimp, caramelized vegetables with Herbes de Provence and a generous splash of peach infused white balsamic vinegar it becomes something spectacular.

cajun_cobb_cornBe sure to use a cast iron pan to roast the vegetables. The flavor will be richer, and they’ll develop a golden brown hue and pleasing texture you just can’t get any other way.

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Sprinkle the Cajun Black in a saucer and coat the shrimp on both sides. Whatever sticks is just the right amount!


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  1. Ellie says:

    Well…this salad looks like not an easy job to do, BUT definitely worth it 🙂

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