Justin Wilson's Gumbo

Recipe by petlover
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READY IN: 3hrs 15mins
SERVES: 8
UNITS: US

INGREDIENTS

Nutrition
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DIRECTIONS

  • "Firs', you gotta make-a-roux, you know dat".
  • In a cast iron dutch oven, combine oil and flour on MED heat. Stir the mixture constantly and slowly until it browns.
  • "You cook dat til you tink, dat's gonna burn, but dat's not what it did, see y'gots to cook dat til it's like Dutch chocolate, y'see?".
  • When the roux reaches it's proper, aforementioned color, you add the onion. Once that onion has cooked clear looking, add your garlic, and whisk in 4 cups of water.
  • Next you stir in the worcestershire and hot sauce, and add your andouille sausage.
  • Now it's time to add your chicken. "I put the pieces I like most of all, which is all the shicken, and the part what go over de fence last, I like dat.".
  • Add your 4 cups of Sauterne wine, and 2.5 teaspoons of salt. Stir all this together and your gumbo is completed,.
  • except for the cooking.
  • " What you did with dis, now you cook dis today, an don' serve it today, no. You put it in you icebox tonight, an tomorrow, bring it to a boil an let it simmer for about an hour, an den eat dat, cause it taste more batter den, hoooo, it always does.".
  • Whether you can wait until the next day or not, cook it a long time until the chicken is ready to fall off the bone.
  • Serve it with hot cooked rice and offer ï¬�le powder to you guests.
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