Last week we had a cajun style tilapia. It had great flavor and hubs really liked it, only it wasn't very filling. Then again, tilapia isn't a very filling fish. So he asked that I make the same blackened spices but on chicken. Easy enough.
I don't measure so sorry about that, but here is what I used:
Cajun Seasoning from McCormicks
I just sprinkled this on the chicken, sprayed a grill pan with Misto and got it somewhat "smoking" then added the chicken and cooked until it was done. I had really thick chicken breasts so I butterflied them to keep the moist.
Served with a little Far East CousCous and some broccoli with cheese (2% cheddar) and "Voila!" you have a meal in about 25 minutes.
Speaking of "Voila". My nephews spent the night this weekend. They are 6 & 3 and very inquisitive. I happened to say "Voila!" at some point and my nephew asked "what does "wah-lah" mean?" Try explaining that to a 6 year old. Basically we said it meant "I am done" or "here I am." Which proceeded to have him saying "Wah-lah" after everything. "Hey Aunt Julie, I got my seatbelt buckled. Oh Wahlah!"