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Old 05-03-2021, 04:22 PM   #1
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Trader Joe's Ajika Georgian Seasoning review...



This is the newest seasoning item at Trader Joes.

This seasoning blend includes Chili peppers, Garlic, Fenugreek, Salt and other ingredients in it.

this one is red in color for sure.

I tried this out on some chicken legs.

The heat level here was non existent for me.

this was not bad for a seasoning though.

A medium sized thumbs up at best as I wanted more heat for this.

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You didn’t think it was hot? Did you not use much?
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Old 05-04-2021, 10:30 PM   #3
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This is the newest seasoning item at Trader Joes.



This seasoning blend includes Chili peppers, Garlic, Fenugreek, Salt and other ingredients in it.



this one is red in color for sure.



I tried this out on some chicken legs.



The heat level here was non existent for me.



this was not bad for a seasoning though.



A medium sized thumbs up at best as I wanted more heat for this.


The real Adjika is not a seasoning. But rather a relish you can add to food and season it that way.
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You didn’t think it was hot? Did you not use much?

Yes. Even on some corn on the cob this showcased no real heat at all. It sure does look like it would have some heat.
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