Very tender and out of this world.
A wonderful New Orleans-style soup that is a best seller at my family-owned restaurant. Serve with crackers. I like to season my shrimp with 2 tablespoons of Worcestershire, 1 tablespoon of Season All(R), and 2 teaspoons of hot sauce (optional).
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.
My Great-great grandmother's recipe, modified over 4 generations. I still can't believe it was FINALLY written down! The gumbo should be thin but not watery. P.S .-- I have a 3-gallon pot that I use to cook this and it is usually about 3/4 full. (Make sure you know the basics of making roux before you try this. If the roux is not dark brown, the gumbo will not have the rich taste necessary to give it that special taste). This is good for several days. It can also be frozen and reheated. Enjoy!
An old family recipe, with the addition of more current seasonings. Serve over steamed rice, with sourdough French bread slathered with roasted garlic mashed with Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Good to the last bite!
A thick, spicy steak with bold flavor. Cajuns originally came from France, so it's no wonder they imagine such amazing food. Inspired by Austin Nielson's "Garlic Creole Marinated Flat Iron Steak."
This surf 'n surf kabob is a quick and easy grilling recipe. You'll make a simple Cajun sauce to flavor the kabob while you cook it.
Finally, a broccoli recipe with some heat. Adjust the garlic and seasoning to your liking, but the amounts below will turn regular old broccoli into a New Orleans-style flavor treat.
Craving Cajun flavor? This quick Cajun recipe will give you the flavor of the Bayou without a day's worth of cooking.
Double the seafood awesomeness with this surf-focused jambalaya recipe.
The flavor of Louisiana meets the flavor of Kentucky in these easy meatballs.
A delicious casserole full of flavor that will keep you coming back for more.
Ever feel fried rice is kind of blah? Pick up this secret ingredient and start craving your fried rice once again.
A pizza just for chicken lovers, with creamy alfredo as your sauce and the chicken-friendly flavors of bacon and Cajun seasoning.
A huge batch of this Cajun favorite with four types of meat: Chicken, ham, kielbasa and shrimp. The reason you make a big batch is so you won't run out. This jambalaya is so good, that could be a bad situation.
Here's a fun game--see if your guests can name all the heat sources of this amazing spicy Cajun seafood stew. Here's your cheat sheet: Cayenne, ginger, garlic, chili powder.
A simple but powerful spice rub gives these easy burgers big flavor.
Patties with major flavor, thanks to the triple threat of onion, celery and carrot, plus a heap of Cajun seasoning. Serve with Creole mustard as a condiment, if you can get your hands on it.
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.