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Dehydrated vegetables (garlic, onion, parsley), Himalayan pink salt, spices, lemon peel, citric acid, lemon oil, extractive of turmeric.
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Reviews For Sea Spice, Peppery Citrus Seasoning
Based on 6 Reviews
I bought the entire suite of Spice Cave spices and they are our go-to when cooking anything. They are all incredible and perfect combinations for the recommended uses.
Up the Salt and Pepper Game
I sometimes love the simplicity of salt and pepper, but I LOVE how the citrus really brings out the flavors. I've used it on salmon that my husband caught this summer and it makes it all the more better. SEA really brings out the beautiful flavor of seafood, but I love it on other things as well.
I also love that it's not full of a bunch of fillers and junk. Real food for real people.
Sea Spice, Salmon, Simple, Scrump·tious!!
Sea Spice is the only spice needed to top a salmon filet for a delicious meal.The citrus coupled with garlic, onion, and salt are the perfect flavors for mouthwatering seafood.
The sea seasoning was simply delicious. It added the perfect peppery citrus and lemon combination to make a great meal. So far I’ve used Sea on salmon, tilapia and shrimp. Each time I used it I was not disappointed.
- Brooke Keasler
My heart belongs to the Sea
This is, without a doubt, unequivocally, and without debate, the single best spice blend I've ever used on fish. I even tried it on chicken tonight and it still shined.
But Spice Cave hit it out of the park with this when they created this blend for "anything that swims" because it is everything you want out of a seasoning for sea creatures.
When you crack the bottle open you pick right up on the citrus scent, the lemon rushes out of the bottle. Once you've cooked with it that lemon smell gives way to a strong citrus flavor balanced with the right blend of spices and pepper.
It is a bit peppery if you can't handle that, but I loved it. I can't imagine doing fish in anything else now.
- Nick H
Not just for seafood
we put Sea on EVERYTHING! Don't get me wrong... it was tasty on the shrimp and salmon we put it on, but it is also really good with chicken, pork, and veggies. We've been sprinkling it on our garden cucumbers and tomatoes too! Better than using salt & pepper for sure.
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