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.
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 quick-cooking take on the New Orleans favorite, jambalaya.
Authentic Cajun stew. How do we know? Okra and andouille sausage. Wouldn't be a cajun stew without those. It would be like a fishing trip without beer and sandwiches.
Make New Orleans style stew the easy way, thanks to your trusty slow cooker. An 8-hour cooking time gives you plenty of time to run out for beads and Zydeco CDs.
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.
While trying to find the right recipe for chowder, and to use some of the various (former) water-dwelling and land-dwelling species that were in my freezer, I combined from other Allrecipes concoctions and tweaked and added to create my own chowder. The hot sausage adds an amazing zing! This rivals any fish-house chowder that you'll find! Soon to be world famous!
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.
Here's how to have a clambake at home. Also, how to be the hero of the day. You'll fill a big pot with your favorite seafood and veggies and end up with a backyard full of happy family and friends.
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.