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I think next time I make this I may add some crawfish and shrimp. We prefer our gumbo with a little more meat. I did use andouille sausage which always adds a little more spice.

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Jazz Lover November 01, 2011

This was very simple to make.. I did use less Italian seasonings for personal preference, but otherwise made as directed. Thanks for the recipe.

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Cilantro in Canada September 30, 2011

was real good but made mine with a little more Juice.Thanks :)

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golddigge-wally September 24, 2011

To a Louisiana-born native, I think that it is a total joke to call this "gumbo." It is okay, but definitely more of a "stew" over rice. Just trying to clarify for people that think this is what "us cajun's" eat.

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GoBugsy September 24, 2011

This was very good. We enjoyed it a lot over rice. I kept thinking it needed some beans, but it didn't!!! Thanks for a good recipe.

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Charmie777 April 12, 2010

There is a recipe in Taste of Home's Simply Delicious w/ the exact ingredients but cooking instructions are different. I've never eaten gumbo so can't compare it to anything but I thought this was a good simple dish. My 2 year old gobbled it up. Thanks! :)

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*Huntergirl* November 13, 2009

Take it from someone who lives in "Cajun Country", this is GREAT!! Ours was spicy, but I think it was the sausage I used. Maybe that and the way I "eyeballed" the red pepper flakes!! But, the recipe itself is PERFECT.I also added chicken. (NOT in my pic) And I LOVE the fact that it cooks in the crockpot!Thanks! Made for ZWT5.

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kellychris May 29, 2009
Smoked Sausage Gumbo (Slow Cooker)