Recipe Type: All Poultry

Shortcut Chicken Fricassee

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I don’t know how this tastes like my grandma’s, but it does. I didn’t have any fresh vegetables, so I used a bunch of dried minced garlic and onions and it came out super good.

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Fluffy Cajun Dumplings

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This recipe was originally posted to the Cajun French Virtual Table Francaise Facebook Group. It’s different from other dumplings posted on the site because it’s light and fluffy, and features parsley and onion tops. The author, Jamie Sellers, said “We cooked our dumplings in a pork roast and gravy. You ...

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Pork and Potato Stew

Pork and Potato Stew – Fricassee

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Fricassee  A thick Cajun stew made with roux and any type meat. If you were using pork this stew would also have potatoes in it. Chicken is probably the most popular meat used. This recipe is a somewhat short-cut version.

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Corn Mook Shoo

Crockpot Corn Macque Choux

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Need to freeze fresh corn or want to have macque choux without much stirring so you  can cook other foods?  The best part of using a slow cooker or crock pot is that it’s simple and takes less effort and stirring than stove top cooking.

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Turkey in a Roaster Oven

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Is that Roaster Oven still in the box? Do you think what you cook may not brown or caramelize like you like? With this recipe, you can now take the oven out of the box!  

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Crawfish, Beef, Sausage Casserole

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This recipe shows the versatility of three popular Cajun favorites. Fresh pork sausage or smoked sausage maybe used and crawfish or shrimp may be used,

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Herb Seasoning Blend

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A blend of aromatic herbs great for flavoring fish and pasta dishes. Salt added separately according to your dietary needs.

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Cajun Seasoning All-Purpose Spice Blend

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Most Cajun cooks will shake a little of this and some more of that – with this you shake only one time.  Salt added separately according to your dietary needs.

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