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    ZWT #9 Jan's Creole Cajun


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    While bread pudding was originally developed to make use of stale bread (Cajuns' don't waste anything), it has evolved into its own creamy, crunchy, delicious dessert and is now a much-loved Southern tradition--especially to Cajun and Creole people. Note: Prep time includes standing time.

    Recipe #503678

    This easy creamy-style chowder lets the red-skinned potatoes shine. Cream-style corn is a surprise ingredient that adds a little sweetness and contributes to the creamy texture. From Cooking Light.

    Recipe #332751

    Originally from the July 2002 Southern Living, this sounds delicious. Save two of the corn cobs to simmer with the broth to enhance the flavor.

    Recipe #307747

    This is the time of year to make corn salad and this is a tasty and easy to make version. If you have the time, fresh corn is fantastic and I have also made this with a bottled Caesar dressing.

    Recipe #304459

    Grilled salmon steaks rubbed with a spicy blend of smoked paprika, chipotle chili powder, brown sugar, cumin and cocoa powder served with a quick side dish of black beans, grilled corn, cilantro and splash of lime juice.

    Recipe #503676

    Another winner from the Skinnytaste website. Here's a tasty and healthier twist on a Cajun classic, the addition of shrimp turns this into a fabulous main dish. I'd like to think of this as a Cajun shrimp fried rice. Dirty rice is a classic Cajun dish made "dirty" by cooking the rice with minced livers or gizzards. I created a healthier version using brown rice and lean ground beef in place of the chicken livers that normally make dirty rice "dirty". But don't worry, this healthier version does not skimp on flavor! It has plenty of spices and a bit of kick, you can adjust the heat to your taste but don't be shy with the cayenne if you can handle it!

    Recipe #503675

    Taken from Cooking Light, this soup is delicious made the night before to allow time for its flavors to develop. Serve the soup with crusty bread, crackers, or Spicy Whole-Wheat Pita Chips.

    Recipe #427255

    Love the flavor of fresh tomatoes and cream!

    Recipe #283407

    Cajun flavored chicken served with hearty sauce and whole wheat penne pasta.

    Recipe #503673

    Since I seem to always be watching my weight, this is a lightened up recipe using minimal oil and low-fat mayo.

    Recipe #503672

    The stewed tomatoes and jalapeno pepper give this slow cooker recipe its Creole zing, along with seasoning and other veggies. This is an easy and tasty Creole chicken recipe. Just put all ingredients into the slow cooker and let it simmer all day. It's perfect over egg noodles or rice. To change up any leftovers, add chicken stock and veggies to the leftovers to make a tasty soup. The recipe for Creole Seasoning is included...this is great in many dishes and keeps once prepared in your spice cabinet.

    Recipe #503671

    Wonderful bean dish that has a complex, sweet and sour flavor. This is great for potlucks.

    Recipe #281501


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