Recipes From Cuisine: Cajun

Oven Blackened Fish

Oven Blackened Fish


Oven Blackened Fish is for people who like Cajun-style blackened fish but don’t like the smoke or mess of pan blackening the fish. Some method for cooking blackened fish are dangerous for the novice cook, and who wants to thrown out a good piece of fish? You can use your ...

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Homemade Red Beans and Rice

Red Beans and Rice Recipe


Red Beans and Rice is a simple, spicy Creole recipe. The combination of beans and rice is a source of complete protein even omitting the sausage. One 13 ounce serving of Red Beans and Rice Recipe has about 350 calories, 8 grams of fiber, and 19 grams of protein. Creole cooking ...

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Gluten Free Gumbo

Gluten Free Gumbo

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Gumbos are usually thickened and flavored with an oil and wheat flour rue. The oil adds calories unless you skim it off prior to serving and flour is off limits for people with celiac disease. This recipe cuts calories by limiting the amount of oil to 1 tablespoon (15 ml) ...

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File Gumbo

Chicken & Shrimp File Gumbo

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Gumbo is a Cajun soup or stew you can make dozens of different ways. Gumbos are usually made using chicken or seafood, but you can omit the meat for a vegetarian gumbo. Many gumbos start with a rue, a mixture of cooked flour and oil, for flavor and thickening. This ...

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Homemade Shrimp Creole

Scrimp Creole

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Shrimp Creole is a popular southeastern United States recipe, originating in Louisiana. You can serve Shrimp Creole with or without rice. For variety substitute other seafood like scallops, crab, or fish for the shrimp. Mild or Hot Creole food can be very hot (spicy), but you can control the amount of ...

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Chicken and Shrimp Jambalaya

Chicken and Shrimp Jambalaya

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Jambalaya is a one pan Cajun rice recipe similar to Spanish Paella. It is a blend of the Old World and New World. Most of the prep time, like many Asian recipes, is cutting and chopping the meat and vegetables. There are thousands of recipes for jambalaya. Like most rustic ...

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