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    Southern Delight

    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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    Perfect for an overnight or even for Christmas morning! I love anything I can make the night before for serving in the morning!

    Recipe #443969

    These are wonderful little tid-bits! Great without the sauce, but the sauce definitely adds something extra. I like the sauce with other things too....chicken fingers, fried shrimp, grilled chicken....try it out on whatever you think might suit you! Originally shared by Jo Rita Jordan, and the recipe is from Rosie's Place in Massachusetts.

    Recipe #439392

    This is a recipe demonstrated at the 2010 Pensacola Seafood Festival. It is from Jerry's Cajun Cafe, and the creator is Jerry Mistretta. Yummy! Don't be scared away by the list of ingredients....this is really quick to put together.

    Recipe #438408

    This has something in it that you normally don't put into a salad, but it works! This is great for summer potlucks or barbecues...no mayo. Best if made a day ahead, but you can chill for a couple of hours and still enjoy it! Prep time does not include chilling time! Original recipe from Taste of Home.

    Recipe #393326

    This is a recipe from Commander's Palace in New Orleans, from back when Emeril Lagasse was the chef there. The title should read "Commander's Shrimp & Andouille Sausage with Creole Mustard Sauce", but it wouldn't fit! It combines the elements of Creole and Cajun cooking together. Try to find Andouille Sausage because of it's unique taste, but if you can't find it another good quality spicy smoked pork sausage can be substituted. Serve this over angel hair pasta with a chilled light red wine.

    Recipe #373692

    This is a really yummy Chicken & noodle casserole. Especially good , if you love sauteed mushrooms as I do. I got this recipe from about.com .I highly recommend . Simple, easy and good. I served it with garlic bread and it would be great with a salad too. I used about a breast and a half of left over boneless breast chicken from fried chicken the night before. I omitted the pimientos .

    Recipe #356957

    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

    I looked to Zaar to see if this way of making tea was on here, but I gave up in my search. My son's pre-school teacher gave me this recipe and it works best for me.

    Recipe #219827

    From About Southern U.S. Cuisine website. This recipe makes some delicious black-eyed peas for New Years Day or anytime of the year. A true southern delight. Note: you can use chicken broth in place of some of the water for more flavor.

    Recipe #218234

    From a Women's Weekly Dinner Party Cookbook. A nice change from plain rice! If you have any leftovers, add some cooked peas, canned tuna & some cream for an easy tuna rice dish, yum!

    Recipe #216575

    I have the Paula Deen version of Jambalaya posted, but this one, I have had the pleasure of eating at 440 Main, a very ritzy restaurant where I went to college. It's fancy and a bit on the expensive side, but well worth the money. When I took my gourmet cooking class, the teacher called the restaurant and got the recipe for us to make in class. I was SO happy! This recipe is quick cooking; the prep takes a bit, though.

    Recipe #214981

    This is a delicious, savory, quick meal that my mom used to make when I was little and it even won a local contest once. It's great with a salad and some hot buttered bread. Enjoy!

    Recipe #213637

    This is a great way to use leftover turkey or chicken. This is pot pie how my grandma makes it. Turkey and vegetables with a creamy gravy and biscuit topping. Great comfort food. Changed to add: If you can't find Veg-al, frozen mixed veggies is fine. I often add leftover green beans or corn on top of the veggies.

    Recipe #213261

    7 Reviews |  By Bev

    This simple recipe from Southern Living is as simple as 1-2-3! This is a great recipe for when you really want some jambalaya and just do not have the time to stand over the stove! It was published in the December 1997.

    Recipe #207897

    3 Reviews |  By twissis

    Red hot cinnamon candies have been 1 of my favorite ingredients since my childhood & this is the 1st of 2 recipes I'm entering that feature them. I found this at allrecipes.com & it was posted by SMTHJG who said "My grandmother used to make this simple sweet-spicy dish every yr for the holidays. It's so delicious that you'll want to make it all yr." I agree w/her & hope you will as well. Just imagine this dish along side a lovely glazed ham! Yum!

    Recipe #205535

    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

    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

    5 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Adapted from Cooking Light. You can use Andouille, Kielbasa, or Italian Sausage. My first time making this, I used a venison sausage.

    Recipe #199894

    This is so good! Fast and yummy yet it tastes like you spent hours over the stove cooking and and stirring. This uses my make ahead gumbo mix recipe #199147 which takes the long cooking time of gumbo down to a weeknight managable amount. Enjoy!

    Recipe #199284

    IN MEMORY OF MY MOM. This chicken, taught to me by my Mom when I was about 12 years old, was the way everyone I knew did it in Mississippi and Georgia. I hope you like it. It has a crispy, huge thick coating with the southern "touch" (the magical ingredients being the vinegar and baking powder) and tender inside. Oh ! my ! never a chicken like this.

    Recipe #189068

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