Recipe Type: Chicken

Josephine’s Okra Gumbo and Hot Pepper

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In 1973, the Louisiana Governor issued a proclamation naming Bridge City, “The Gumbo Capital of the World”. The 2006 GUMBO FESTIVAL festivities begin on Friday, October 13th, and continue on the14th and 15th. Located on the west bank of the Mississippi River directly across the Huey P. Long Bridge from ...

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Pat’s Special Loose Cabbage Rolls

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Cabbage is often prepared by boiling, usually as part of soups or stews similar to borscht (beet soup). Boiling tenderizes the leaves, and releases sugars, and develops the characteristic “cabbage” aroma.

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Chicken and Sausage Gumbo

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“As a little girl, I used to sit in my Granny’s kitchen in Lafayette and watch her chop the veggies for this fabulous gumbo. It’s very filling, and for me, it’s the ultimate comfort food. It’s made with a lighter roux, and the spice can be adjusted with a little ...

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Red, White, and Blue Turducken

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As the Fourth of July approaches, it’s time once again time start planning how to celebrate our nation’s freedom. For a backyard barbecue with a twist, consider serving a turducken with red, white and blue stuffings. A turducken is simply a turkey that is stuffed with a duck that is ...

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Chicken Rotel

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ROTEL brand tomatoes and chilies are a very popular staple in Southwest Louisiana. That brand of tomatoes is used in so many Cajun dishes, that many of us just say, “Add the Rotel.” Rotel is a 10 oz can of diced tomatoes and green chilies, packed in its own juice. ...

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Le Poulet noirci avec les Fraises et les Epinards (Blackened Chicken with Strawberries and Spinach)

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One of our more “Guilt-Free Cajun Creations” Our author writes, “This is another one of my somewhat Heart-Healthy recipes. There are a few open markets here in Kansas City, and one day, while walking through the famous City Market, I stumbled upon a vender selling the odd combination of spinach ...

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Cajun Flair Grilled Chicken Soup

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“This is a recipe that has passed through my family for a few years now. Of course, I’d take the version that my grandmother, Mrs. Nolia Faulk, passed on to my father, Kendal Faulk, and put my own twist on it. My Southwestern Grilled Chicken Soup is fairly heart healthy ...

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Hitachi Shrimp Jambalaya

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This is a very easy to make shrimp Jambalaya. Great for a Lenten meal – substitute vegetable broth for chicken broth. One to two links of sliced smoked sausage may be added. Cajuns called their rice cookers Hitachi back in the day when everyone had that brand; in making this ...

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