Smudging (food preparation).

Blackened fish (right)

Blackening is a cooking technique used in the preparation of fish and other foods. Often associated with Cajun cuisine, this technique was popularized by chef Paul Prudhomme.[1] The food is dipped in melted butter and then sprinkled with a mixture of herbs and spices, usually some combination of thyme, oregano, chili pepper, peppercorns, salt, garlic powder and onion powder.[2] It is then cooked in a very hot cast-iron skillet.[2][3] The characteristic brown-black color of the crust results from a combination of browned milk solids from the butter and charred spices.[4]

While the original recipe calls for redfish,[3] the same method of preparation can be applied to other types of fish and other protein sources, such as steak or chicken cutlets.

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  • ^ “Restodontê | Descubra receitas a partir de seus ingredientes”. Restodontê (in Portuguese). Retrieved 17 March 2018.
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