Louisiana’s Choctaw Indians were the first to cook with sassafras, from a tree native to North America. Used in Cajun and Creole cooking, File Powder is the ground leaves of the sassafras tree. This uniquely flavored powder acts as a thickening agent when added to stews and soups.
1.6 oz. bottle
Tip: Stir File Powder into the dish after is removed from the heat, but still near boiling.