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What in the world is Yogo Adobo??

Well, there's a little creek running through a gulch in the Belt Mountains in Central Montana. It's called Yogo Creek, and what makes this tiny, oddly named stream significant is that this is where some of the most beautiful, cornflower-blue sapphires in the entire world are mined. And they're famously known as Yogo Sapphires.


While my Yogo Adobo Seasoning is not cornflower blue (thankfully!), it is very special!

A slightly different flavor profile, with a deep golden richness of smoked sea salt, tumeric and chipotle powder, it is perfect for your fresh caught cutthroat trout, salmon, potat0es, egg dishes, meatloaf, pot roast, game meats...pretty much anything!


My convenient 2 ounce stand-up, resealable bags are perfect for both the Foodie and the home cook. My MILD version is also available in 4 ounce, 8 ounce and 1 pound bulk sizes.

Yogo Adobo Seasoning

  • What's In This Seasoning?

    Smoked Sea salt, Granulated garlic, Turmeric, Granulated onion, Black pepper, Smoked Paprika, Chipotle Powder, Dried oregano, White pepper, Cumin

  • How Hot Is It?

    Everyone’s tastes and tolerances are different, so my products come in three varieties: 

    • My standard version of Yogo Adobo Seasoning contains no hot pepper. There might be a small amount of heat from the other ingredients (chili powder, etc), but it is quite mild and acceptable to all but the most sensitive folks.
    • If you prefer, I can make it Medium Spicy, with enough Cayenne and Chipotle to give the flavor some zing, but really SHOULD NOT have your running for the fire hose.
    • HOT!! At least twice as much Cayenne and Chipotle as my Medium Spicy varieties. Expect this burst of heat to set your tongue on fire. Recommended for true heat lovers!
  • How Do I Use It?

    Goes absolutely perfect with fish and game meats, as well as beef, pork and chicken!

    My seasonings are designed to be added at the time of cooking your meat, eggs, chili, potatoes, or whatever is on your menu. Start with a rounded tablespoon of seasoning per pound of meat. You can add or reduce the amount of spice according to taste.


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