Cornbread Stuffing W/Shrimp & Andouille (Cajun/Creole ZWT-9)

READY IN: 1hr 45mins
Recipe by twissis

(From a Food & Wine Magazine article) -- Star chef Susan Spicer comes from a strong European Christmas tradition. But in New Orleans, her holiday means a magnificent Cajun/Southern feast. She runs BAYONA (1 of the finest restaurants in New Orleans) & has been garnering local & national acclaim since 1986. In 1989, FOOD & WINE declared her 1 of that yr's Best New Chefs. Her training is French & her food global (including So Louisiana Cajun & New Orleans Creole). Her Christmas dinner was featured in Food & Wine Magazine & included a shrimp & andouille stuffing ("my version of something that's fairly common in New Orleans"). Of this recipe, she said "Andouille adds a wonderful smoky flavor to sweet cornbread stuffing". As an added bonus, this stuffing can be "made & refrigerated 1 dy before baking. Just bring it to room temp before baking." Prep time was estimated, begins w/pre-cooked cornbread & 15 min was allowed for ingredient prep. Enjoy!

Top Review by mersaydees

Wonderful! Made as directed! I forgot to peel the shrimp before cooking, though, causing quite a stir with picky DH. Will be sure to shell them the next time. Thanks, twissis! Made for fellow Gourmet Goddess teammate for ZWT9.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Prepare cornbread per pkg instructions & cut into pieces as directed.
  2. Preheat oven to 350°F --- Generously butter a 10x15-in glass or ceramic baking dish. Put the cornbread pieces into a lrg bowl.
  3. In a lrg, deep skillet, cook the andouille over mod heat until lightly browned & the fat rendered (about 10 min). Add to the cornbread.
  4. Melt the butter in the skillet. Stir in the onions, celery & half of the scallions. Cook over low heat until soft (about 10 min). Add the shrimp, garlic, sage & thyme. Cook (while stirring) until the shrimp are just cooked through (about 3 min). Add the shrimp to the cornbread.
  5. In the same skillet, bring the stock to a boil. Pour the stock over the cornbread & stir well. Add the parsley & remaining scallions. Season the stuffing w/salt, pepper & Tabasco to taste preferences.
  6. Spread the stuffing in the prepared baking dish & bake for 1 hr (or until crisp & browned on top).

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