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8 Reviews |  By twissis

Flavoured butters captured my attention during ZWT (along w/many other ZWT players), so here's another for all of us to try. My source here is the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute. This butter was suggested as a dipping sauce for crab legs, but would also work well for cajun-style grilled shrimp as a dipping sauce or even drizzled over lime-marinated shrimp ceviche. I suspect I've just begun to explore the options. Enjoy!

Recipe #179564

Ok, I know Margarita's are not a true Cajun specialty. But being a fan of Margaritas, this just sounds like something too interesting to pass up! From tideandthyme.com, supposedly from the HBO series True Blood set in Louisiana. If using the chile-infused tequila, note the time requirements for steeping and plan ahead. The sweet & sour of the margarita temper the spiciness.

Recipe #503744

The sauce from Raisin' Canes restaurant, also similar to a few other chicken finger restaurants (like Guthrie's.) I looked at tons of websites, and combined recipes until it tasted the same to me. This makes enough for 2-3 people to dip chicken, texas toast, and fries in.

Recipe #233189

A copycat version of my favorite sub from the franchise

Recipe #500258

Found this while looking for a dipping sauce for Natchitoches Meat Pies. This aioli with a Cajun twist seems like it'll fit the bill... Recipe from Inspired by eRecipeCards blog.

Recipe #503741

2 Reviews |  By twissis

Found in the Cajun & Creole section of the Food & Wine website in a featured recipe article titled “New Orleans Cocktails” & credit was given to Duggan McDonnell as the contributor. Described as “A salute to the flavors of New Orleans, this cocktail spices up Napoleon House’s Pimm’s Cup (Pimm’s No 1, lemonade & 7-Up) w/a splash of Tabasco & a generous dose of rum or vodka.” The recipe yields 8 4.5 ounce cocktails & is easily halved. Time does not include chill time. Bottoms Up!

Recipe #502932

Black Eyed Peas are supposed to bring good luck if you eat them on New Years, so this is another way to add to your prosperity!

Recipe #495309

Recipe #68206

Simple and quick. Different from the other recipes in that the corn is wrapped in wax paper. Adjustable to any reasonable amount of corn. Would be ideal for someone cooking for one or two. From Kraft Food + Family. The butter is listed as an optional ingredient since you really don't need it, but I enjoy melting a huge blob of it on my corn after it's done :-)

Recipe #304627

By Lynne Rossetto Kasper and from thesplendidtable.com. This is a great way to use up your vine-ripened tomatoes, and a few of the ones that are still green.

Recipe #187984

A recipe from a friend's mother that is perfect for a fish fry.

Recipe #440040

These are nice and juicy - a great cheap meal. From Better Homes and Garden - when I was little my sisters and I used to eat them just because they are called "Mermaid Patties." :-) Simple, healthy, and great tasting.

Recipe #321000

One of the world's best sandwiches and great picnic fare! This has to be made ATLEAST 30 minutes before consuming and pressed with weights in the fridge to kind of 'meld' and 'marry' all the wonderful flavours together.

Recipe #68175

1 Reviews |  By twissis

Found in the *Carnival Creations* cookbook by Cyrus Marfatia (Exec Chef of Carnival Cruise Lines), this untried recipe was described as refreshingly ideal to accompany Cajun pork chops or chicken breasts & my bet is it would also be excellent w/ham. This looks so good, so pretty & so easy to fix -- *so* I hope you'll give it a try. *Enjoy* !

Recipe #335281

The Runner-Up recipe for 1997 in the San Francisco Chronicle, from Robin Davis.

Recipe #189294

I will admit to eating this sandwich whenever I crave 'kiddy comfort food'. Turning it into french toast is a great idea.

Recipe #84016

5 Reviews |  By twissis

Found in the recipes section at the Serious Eats website, this recipe was contributed by Jenny McCoy (a pastry chef from New York City who left no doubt that she was also a serious New Orleans Saints fan). She sees this popcorn as the perfect snack for Super Bowl Sunday – Something salty, spicy, sweet, served in a bowl & must be eaten by the handful! I would not be able to eat it just once a yr, btw. Jenny further added that: “This is super easy to make (esp if you use microwave popcorn) & it's truly addicting. But don't be fooled – The caramel corn may not seem too spicy at first, but it will sneak up on you.” Since this recipe is all about the “Cajun Caramel” flavor, you can opt to make “old school” popcorn using ½ cup popcorn kernels w/1 tbsp vegetable oil or go the microwave popcorn route you see below. Prep time was not given, so I allowed 5 min to ready the ingredients & cook the popcorn. Enjoy!

Recipe #502923

3 Reviews |  By twissis

This sure-to-be-tasty recipe was found at picky-palate.com. While the ingredients for the Cajun Seasoning are included as part of the recipe, feel free to use your preferred concoction or a commercially prepared Cajun Seasoning. Times have been estimated. Prep time will depend on your choice for the Cajun Seasoning. Enjoy!

Recipe #503121

Simple 4 ingredient meal that tastes great. Good for a busy night. My Mom used to make this all the time, it is one of my Dad's favorite meals. I put my rice in a rice cooker, so that's the amount of water I listed in the ingredients. It normally takes about 25 minutes to have it on the table, less if you use precooked beef.

Recipe #252161

"This light and spicy tomato crab bisque is one of my all-time favorite emergency recipes. It's easy to shop for, requires very little effort, and only takes about 10 to 15 minutes to pull off.

Recipe #503703

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