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Chef Curl Ardee

Cajun Rubbed and Roasted Chicken

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I get asked a lot about the best thing to put Chef Curl Ardee seasonings and spice blends on– the answer is still and always will be EVERYTHING! And one of the favorites is chicken.  You can use this recipe on chicken wings, breasts, thighs, drums, or go all in and roast the entire chicken.  It’s flavor is perfect and the skin is extremely crispy with this recipe that anyone can master.   You’ll Need: Chef Curl Ardee’s Cajun Seasoning Whole Chicken Lemon 1/4 Cup of Butter (swap with extra virgin olive oil to make this dish Whole 30 compliant)...

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Sirloin Sliders

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We’re going to keep it traditional but still flavorful. You can't go wrong with these juicy, tender sirloin burgers. Perfect for any occasion... appetizers or your meal, these sliders are flavorful and pack a super punch.

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Jacked Up Turkey Sliders

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Let's keep it light.  If you're craving a great burger and don't want that weird feeling of beef, might I suggest a juicy and jacked turkey burger?! We’re skipping the mayo and only focusing on the cleanest of ingredients (outside of the rolls) but you’ll love these just as much! What You’ll Need: Chef Curl Ardee’s Seasonings (Mild and Cajun) Ground Turkey Slider Buns Mustard Lettuce Pepper Jack Cheese Tomatoes (I used Roma tomatoes since they’re small but a regular sized tomato will work just as well) Season ground turkey with Chef Curl Ardee’s Cajun and Mild Seasoning and cook slider patties...

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Chicken, Chorizo, & Cheddar Sliders

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These cheesy chicken and chorizo sliders are a creative way to celebrate and bring people together for any gathering. They are super simple to make.

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4 Must Haves that Will Transform Your Fried Chicken from Good to Great

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Fried Chicken is worth doing right.  You don’t need southern roots to make this meal wonderful, but you will need four crucial things to transform what you’ve known as good chicken to great chicken.

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