A bowl full of guilt-free comfort food is what you’ll get from this chicken and rice soup. Dress it up, just like the ingredients call for, or strip it down to the basics. Either way it’s served it’ll be satisfyingly GOOD!
Gumbos, Soups and Bisques
A steamy bowl of Shrimp and Corn Soup is the perfect antidote for bone-chilling, wet winter days. This soup is a favorite dish in south Louisiana made with its spicy tomatoey broth that balances the sweetness of the corn and shrimp flavor. Warmth for the body, good for the soul!
It’s true that most Cajun dishes start with a roux. The browned flour in fat is what gives dishes like gumbos and stews their unique taste and texture. Some of you, I know, have had difficulty making this basic ingredient, but it’s really easy. All…
Nothing compares to my Momma’s seafood gumbo! So far, I have not tasted one as good as her’s. That’s why I’m so excited to share her recipe with you in hopes you give it a try and become as gumbo-happy in this cold weather as…
How about a bowl of Cowboy Stew to warm things up form the cold? And what about making it in the Instant Pot pressure cooker to make things quick and simple?
Fall shrimp season is open in Louisiana and I’ve got Shrimp Okra Gumbo on my mind. It’s just the right dish for these cooler temperatures of crisp, dry air. Don’t you love the first days of fall weather? It seems to put everyone in a good…
This delicious, creamed potato and carrot soup made with a dried vegetable blend called Zydeco Chop Chop in the Instant Pot or stove top is a cinch to prepare in little time.
A full broth soup with a distinct taste from thinly sliced bell peppers sets my MaMa Marie’s vegetable beef soup apart from all others. Cooking it in the Instant Pot makes it even more appetizing.
Gumbo is the most well-known dish of all Cajun meals, and this Chicken Gumbo recipe is the classic version straight from my Momma’s kitchen. It’s easy to follow and makes a delicious pot every time.