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    I will be going through my 'Zaar books and moving some recipes here, just to get more specific. This can include Cajun, Creole, Traditional, and Decadent. Hopefully, photos for all recipes, because I am visually tempted when it comes to recipes!
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    The best gumbo I have ever tasted. Mom always made it and still does. I have made some mild changes from the original as she never makes it the same way twice.

    Recipe #220006

    --A New Orleans specialty. What starts off as a wonderful creme of chicken soup, ends up as a fantastic gumbo with the addition of rice, creole seasonings, ham, and a touch of white wine!

    Recipe #32261

    This is a real SEAFOOD gumbo. No meat in here. This is the best gumbo I've ever had. The crab boil is the key ingredient - do not omit it. The smell will drive you nuts!!! NOTE: If you can't find Crab Boil at your grocery, please refer to recipe#3252 by Candie Yoder or #34801 by Miller (Oysters are optional, I don't eat them myself)

    Recipe #29879

    I have had several people ask me for an authentic chicken gumbo recipe. This is my attempt at a recipe. I didn't realize it until I sat down the try to type this, I don't know HOW I make gumbo!Gumbo isn't about recipes. I never saw my Maw Maw's recipe because she didn't have one. Gumbo is cooked with instinct and heart. Gumbo is a dish you are taught not something you can make by reading a recipe. My gumbo won't taste like yours and yours won't taste like mine, altough mine tastes pretty similar to Maw Maw's but that is probably because she taught me how to make it when I was about 8. If you have the ability to cook with pinches, dabs and shakes, if you can season, then taste, then season a little more until it tastes right to you, then you can make gumbo using this "recipe". If you can't, you might want to find someone to show you how.

    Recipe #47656

    Beautifully presented in fine New Orleans style, this recipe appeared in the Spring/99 issue of Gusto Magazine, compliments of executive chef Richard Benz, Upperline Restaurant, New Orleans. A crisp chablis would complement this dish and prepare your palate for a delicious dessert of Bananas Foster. I have prepared Seafood Gumbo - New Orleans Style, served it to appreciative guests, eager to also enjoy the above mentioned dessert. This recipe serves rather a large quantity and is therefore suitable for larger families, or "company's coming" meals. Note: While the recipe stipulates specific quantities of seafood items, there is no reason why chefs cannot increase the quantities... to thicken the sauce. For instance, additional shrimp; add squid if you like.... Okra will thicken the "sauce" also...

    Recipe #61044

    This is a thinner southeasten style pulled pork sauce that is designed to either be incorporated into pulled pork shreds, or as a drench on a pulled pork sandwich. It is very sweet and tangy. Be careful with the cloves, some are much stronger than others. Also, cayenne may be added for a little heat if desired.

    Recipe #204901

    Easy to make in the crock pot. Has a great cajun flavor. Goes great with corn bread on the side. Enjoy!

    Recipe #103158

    This is a recipe from an insert booklet that came with my Quick Cooking Magazine. I tried it because I love smoked sausage, Ro-tel, spinach and rice, just had not tried them together. I used Minute brown rice and no-fat chicken broth to make it a little healthier.

    Recipe #133462

    11 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Sweet potatoes made spicy with garlic.

    Recipe #136014

    3 Reviews |  By SoChic

    I used to cook Zatarains jambalaya all the time. I still do, but this version really is great. The scallops add a little sweetness and

    Recipe #151514

    I make this recipe to serve with Gumbo. When I used to live in Louisiana, my neighbor used to mash up some of the potatoes so I do the same in this recipe. This is not a spicy dish, but is meant to be served alongside Cajun dishes, such as Gumbo. I also call is "Mashed Potato Salad." Depending upon what a "small potato" size is in your area (and I don't mean baby size, just smallish), you will need to adjust the amount of dressing accordingly..some days you will need more, some days less. This recipe is really more of a "eyeball it" type, so please don't take the measurements as an exact science here. Cook time is taking into account cooking your eggs and potatoes, and the prep includes chilling time.

    Recipe #202238

    Take up some of your sweet time with this peppery, garlicky, sweetish and spicy all-in-one entree. The voodoo rub also livens up mild white fish, such as orange roughy (being a "pesco-vegetarian", this is how I eat it). Plus it's tasty on the grill, too. By the way, this is the Stevie Ray Vaughan version ...

    Recipe #77032

    I created this to celebrate my bit of Cajun heritage on Mardi Gras 2004 (many of my father's family lived near Lake Charles, Louisiana)! If you're not into hot and spicy andouille sausage, any smoked sausage can be substituted, but try to use rotini or any other similar pasta (penne, rigatoni or mostaciolli works well, too.)

    Recipe #85787

    I don't do "parts" but love shrimp and the flavors in dirty rice. This comes from Food and Wine.

    Recipe #155831

    48 Reviews |  By Bev

    Delightful addition to a beautiful brunch or perhaps a light supper with a salad. From Southern Living

    Recipe #51003

    We like this Creole way of making Jambalaya. I use Zatarain's Jambalaya rice mix, and the rest of the recipe, I use things I like together for a different, spicy taste.

    Recipe #120099

    Got this recipe from a great Chef from New Orleans who ended up here after being displaced by Hurricane Katrina. Make sure you use a good bourbon or the dish won't be nearly as awe-inspiring!! Footnote (1/10/07): I've reduced the half and half and chicken broth in hopes that everyone's sauce will thicken up. I've never had a problem with it because I simmer mine

    Recipe #183625

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