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By Cookin-jo on September 11, 2007
"A healthy and delicious stew which stretches 1/4 pound of chicken and 1/4 pound of crabmeat a long way. Add more hot sauce if you like heat, and add a cup of sliced okra if you like it. Adapted from Bonnie Stern."
Prep Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 55 mins
By Timothy J Higgins Eva on December 22, 2011
By Cajun Kitchen on April 8, 2013
"In Louisiana, people make their gumbo so many different ways. It's all about what you like. This recipe is very much like a Shrimp Gumbo. It's easy to make and takes very little effort to make. We consider it a comfort food in my family. Serve with fresh French Bread and a green salad."
Prep Time: 20 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs 35 mins
By Charlotte J on January 17, 2012
By JinxTheCat on April 3, 2010
"...but with no comprimise on the taste!
This is a lovely stew that I make all the time, as it happens I'm posting this as I cook it - a great winter warmer. Originally it was just my basic recipe, how mama used to make it, but after seeing various combinations over the years, I've changed it slightly and now I don't think it get's..."
Ingredients: ground allspice, dumplings...
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs 10 mins
By Irishcolleen on March 6, 2011
"Some people think that New Orleans cuisine is Cajun cuisine. It isn't. It's Creole cuisine, where most sauces and gravies are prepared with tomato. To delight in true Cajun cuisine, one must travel west of New Orleans into Acadiana, where, in my opinion, the food is much better! Just be sure that you like spicy, because most of it is highly..."
Prep Time: 30 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs 30 mins
By Kevin Young on August 26, 2007
By Rita~ on November 15, 2009
By CandyTX on March 29, 2009
By belkathy on June 7, 2006
By little_wing on June 12, 2007
"I love Cajun food but don't have a Cajun restaraunt. After trying several types of recipes, this is what I came up with. We thought it came out really well and it has become one of our favorites. Feel free to adjust the amount of heat for your tastes. I find that using a cast iron skillet works best for the browning, but use what you have...."
Ingredients: smoked turkey sausage, fresh parsley...
Prep Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 45 mins
By Red Apple Guy on June 29, 2008