Back in the 80’s, Cajun cooking and spicy, blackened fish were all the rage. Spices burn easily, and as the craze matured, blackened came to mean burnt and bitter. Not a good thing to... eat, as charred meats contain carcinogens. There are no worries with this Cajun-Style Spiced Shrimp recipe, though. With a hot grill or sauté pan, the quick cooking shrimp will be done in a jiffy. Although the spices from the marinade may blacken, if you keep your eye on them, the shrimp themselves won’t get burned at all. All you’ll get are the flavors of the spices and the shrimp. Delicious!