Tuesday, March 8, 2011

{An Ode To Louisiana!}

* Citrus-Marinated Shrimp with Louis Sauce
* New Orleans Red Beans and Rice
* Chicken-and-Sausage Gumbo
* Cajun Corn Maque Choux
* Easy Mini Muffulettas
* Okra Creole
* Bread Pudding with Vanilla Sauce
* Traditional King Cake


* Louisiana and Cajun recipes, including recipes for gumbos, crawfish, roux, jambalaya, and many more.

* 3 of the favorite foods that are part of The Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans include: King Cake, Planter's Punch, and Bananas Foster.

* Creole and Cajun Cookery

* Shrimp Creole (shrimp, tomatoes, garlic, onion, celery, and other seasonings and vegetables).

* Creole Sauce (For chicken, fish or seafood - tomatoes, bell pepper, celery, onions, and seasonings).

* Louisiana King Cake (Note: a small doll or coin is usually baked into the dough).

* Crawfish Sherry Sauce

* Shrimp Po' Boy Sandwich
* Chicken Sauce Piquante (Chicken sauce piquante with chicken, mushrooms, peas, corn, tomatoes, and roux, served over rice).

* Cajun Dirty Rice with Chicken Livers (made with rice, chicken livers, broth, chopped onions, and other ingredients).

* Alligator Recipe (Gator in Lemon Sauce)

* Quick Red Beans and Rice

* Cajun Chicken Croquettes (made with Creole seasoning and cooked chicken, deep fried).

* Cajun Cuisine (Banana Crepes, Roux, Dirty Rice, Crawfish, Shrimp, and More!)

* Beignets, Fritters, Calas

* Gumbo

* Jambalaya (a mixture of rice, vegetables, and more, this is perhaps the most versatile dish the South has to offer).

* Red Beans and Rice

* Oysters (including the famous New Orleans dish, Oysters Rockefeller).

* Roux

* Grits

* Louisiana grillades & grits, basic boiled, cheese grits, and more.

* Spicy Shrimp and Grits/Shrimp and Creamy Grits (shrimp and grits, made with creamy grits, mushrooms, green onions, big shrimp, and tomatoes).

* Spicy Shrimp With Rice (Shrimp is cooked with seasonings, rice, Tabasco, onion, and green bell pepper. A shrimp and rice recipe, or jambalaya).

* You Know You're Cajun If...(learn what Cajun humor is, Understanding Cajun culture from their own jokes, Cajun humor reflects their love of life).

* A Cajun Picnic (enjoy an easy to prepare picnic with Foods Ideal for Hot Weather-using seasonal vegetables such as cucumbers and tomatoes).

* Creating a Creole Kitchen: The Essentials

Learn how to cook Creole food by incorporating these basic ingredients into your pantry.

* Cajun Shrimp Boil with Corn and Potatoes (corn, onions, red potatoes, and seasonings. A delicious Cajun shrimp boil with potatoes).

* Shrimp Creole Recipe (made with tomatoes, shrimp, rice, and celery and onion).

* Cooking in the 1700s (Foods of the French immigrants in old Acadia of the 1700s. Some of the differences and similarities in food and cooking in the old Acadia).

* Antique Recipes (Antique recipes, cookery methods employed on a wood burning stove, and home canned foods vs ingredients from ones' home garden).

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