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It’s a cinch to throw together, and if you don’t have prepared Cajun spice in your cabinet, you can just throw a few spices together to make your own combination. If it does not, you’ll need to lightly salt both the chicken and the veggies.
Different Cajun spice mixtures use different combinations of ingredients, but if you stick to basics like cayenne pepper (important! If it does contain salt, be careful not to overdo it; stop a little short, then just add more cayenne to make sure you get enough spice without oversalting.
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Allow chicken to brown on one side, about 1 minute. Cook over very high heat for 1 minute, stirring gently and trying to get the vegetables as dark/black as possible.Taste and add freshly ground black pepper, cayenne pepper, and/or salt to taste. Finally, add chicken and vegetables to sauce, making sure to include all the juices that have drained onto the plate. Sprinkle 1 1/2 teaspoons Cajun spice over chicken pieces. Heat 1 tablespoon oil and 1 tablespoon butter in a heavy skillet over high heat.Stir and cook for 1 to 2 minutes, until mixture is bubbly and hot. Add half the chicken in a single layer; do not stir. Sprinkle on remaining Cajun spice, and add salt if needed.It is now a commonly-used and inoffensive word in South Asia for workers in unskilled manual labour, especially porters at railway stations.In 2000, the parliament of South Africa enacted the Promotion of Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act, which has among its primary objectives the prevention of hate speech terms such as coolie (koelie).