If you’re a barbecue shrimp fan, tune in to this Barbecue Shrimp Bowl recipe. It has all the flavor of the spicy, saucy New Orleans classic with a little lagniappe. That something extra!
If you’re a fan of fresh-baked cornbread and spicy crawfish stew, then you’ll love the combination of this Crawfish n’ Cornbread dish! It’s delicious cooked in a butter roux spiced with jalapeno peppers and ladled over a chunk of crusty cornbread.
We Cajuns like our rice and gravy the way our Momma’s serve it. With a dark gravy, really dark, over a pile of white rice is what I mean. And if every grain of rice is covered, then she’s really good at it!
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!
Here’s a healthy spinach dish made with sauteed spinach, sweet peppers, mushrooms, and grape tomatoes seasoned with red pepper flakes and soy sauce. It’s so flavorful and hearty you could serve it as a meatless main dish. Whether you are dieting or just trying to eat healthier, this Spinach Medley recipe …
“Cabbage rolls … they are like little meatloaves with rice wrapped in cabbage leaves and cooked in tomato sauce,” is what I told my grandson when he asked what I was cooking for supper. It surprised me how simple that sounded.