This recipe was given to me by my Mother who lives on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. I have to throw a party each time I make this, it needs to be shared with others! Serve over rice and garnish with parsley and green onion.
A Southern dish that has been sharing the supper table for years. This rice dish will have you coming back for more. Here in the Northwest people ask me all the time "What is Jambalaya?" I reply saying it is seasoned rice with your favorite type of meat.
Enjoy this delicious Southern breakfast treat! Buttermilk biscuits drenched in thick sausage gravy.
This is a wonderful one-pan meal that you can add to in many ways. You can substitute refried beans for the meat to make it for vegetarians. You can use any type of cheese, meat, or peppers you want. That is what makes this a excellent meal. It's great the next day reheated. Serve on bed of lettuce and top with sour cream and picante sauce.
My all-time favorite recipe, which my Dad makes every year on New Years Day for the college Bowl games. I prefer the ham hocks, but you can substitute a ham bone for them. To slice the sausage easier, put it in the freezer for about 20 minutes first. The longer you cook it the creamier the beans get; I love to let it simmer all day, the smell is wonderful. Serve with hot rice.
This sausage stuffing will make between 10 and 12 servings, depending on who you're serving. If serving sausage lovers, add the proportionate amount of ingredients to compensate.
Cajun and German flavors merge happily in this easy gumbo recipe.
A meaty side dish for your Southern feast--with slightly less fat thanks to the inclusion of turkey sausage.
Break out your Dutch oven for this easy, quick stew featuring the soul food favorite, okra. About a half-pound of bacon and another pound of sausage add plenty of flavor. Would make a great fast camping meal, too.
A wholesome, yet spicy Cajun rice dinner. Great for picnics and family get-togethers. Consider that the sausage, creole seasoning,low sodium broth, and canned tomatoes all contain sodium. so add any salt to taste. I use none. also, the Creole seasoning is to taste, i use Tony's(R). Finally, one teaspoon of cayenne makes this dish somewhat spicy, especially the next day. I usually add a little more. I love spicy food. Enjoy.
Packed full of spicy andouille sausage and chicken breast, this one-dish pasta meal is a rib-sticker! Spice it up to your taste with Louisiana hot sauce and your favorite Cajun seasoning blend.
This is not an instant meal, but since no canned or "quickie" style meal has ever graced my table, I offer this one. It is done using traditional methods, but is well worth the time spent in preparation. You've never tasted anything like this, unless you've eaten red beans and rice along the Lafouche Bayou, in a town called LaRose, LA, that is. When all is ready, put a large scoop of rice in the bottom of a bowl, cover with red beans, butter some bread and crack your favorite beverage.
An incredibly fun party meal famous around the Gulf of Mexico. People love this and you'll be asked to put it on again and again. It's portable - great for camping or the beach. Feeds a crowd and no dishes to clean up!
An easy seafood and potato recipe that can feed a little or a lot.
This is a recipe that I stumbled across when I was looking for something different with stuffing. It's delicious and full of spicy flavor.