Authentic Chicken and Smoked Sausage Gumbo
Authentic Chicken and Smoked Sausage Gumbo from New Orleans! A great comfort food recipe for cold nights and game day. Serve with rice, potatoes, or bread.
Shrimp, Andouille, and Okra Gumbo | Recipes | NoshOn.It
There’s something about a trip to New Orleans that leaves its mark on people. It’s a city with vibrance, culture, and authenticity like you won’t find anywhere else. Sure, the city has had its ups and downs, but with the smile on peoples’ faces and the shimmer of hope in their eyes, you’d be hard pressed to know it. Everyone talks about the food in New Orleans and how good it is, but after a recent trip there, I think there’s more to it than just “good.” Yes, the seafood is fresh. Yes, it’s…
Healthy Gluten-Free Family-Friendly Recipes - Evolving Table
Sausage & Chicken Cajun Jambalaya has all of the flavors of authentic jambalaya. It comes together easily in one pot, is gluten-free and dairy-free for a simple and healthier Cajun dinner recipe.
Chicken Shrimp and Sausage Gumbo - Immaculate Bites
Chicken Shrimp and Sausage Gumbo – rich, flavorful gumbo bursting with authentic flavors and loaded with chicken, shrimp, crab legs and sausage. Everything you want in comfort food is right here. A dish like no other! I simply love GUMBO! If you aren’t familiar with African cuisine, this gumbo could make a good reference ... View More
Cajun Seafood Gumbo with Andouille Smoked Sausage
Since we recently celebrated a wedding anniversary I was inspired this weekend to re-create one of the dishes we enjoyed on our last anniversary, which we celebrated in New Orleans, Louisiana. I made a variation of Chef Paul Prudhomme's "Cajun Seafood Gumbo with Andouille Smoked Sausage." I always wanted to eat at K Paul's Louisiana Kitchen, as I loved to watch Paul Prudhomme cook on TV from the early 80's. He was influential in introducing regional Louisiana Cajun and Creole recipes into…
8 Marvelous Mardi Gras Recipes
Mardi Gras, which translates from French to mean Fat Tuesday, is a holiday that you probably know of to some extent. In Catholicism, Mardi Gras marks the last day of celebration before the beginning of Lent.