|by Mary Land|
Creole cuisine, Cajun cooking, and the sophisticated gumbo of New Orleans-can any state boast a fais-do-do in the kitchen like Louisiana's? Origin...
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In a large ... all ingredients except shrimp. Bring to a rolling boil; add shrimp, ... or shrimp cocktail sauce. Enjoy - Louisiana style. Serves 6 to 8.
Quarter lemons, cut ... seasoning. Bring to boil. Add sausage, boil. Add corn, boil. Add shrimp and beer, boil. ... shrimp turn pink. Dip and serve. Serves 4.
Place enough water and crab boil in pot to ... served as an appetizer. If any are leftover (doubtful) they're also good cold with a little dash of salt.
Saute onion, bell ... taste. Simmer for 45 minutes to 1 hour in heavy iron pan. Add shrimp approximately 15 minutes before it is ready. Serve over rice.
Follow directions on shrimp boil package. After mixture ... platter. Add more ingredients if needed according to family size. Have plenty of ice tea handy.
Combine all dressing ... celery, olives and shrimp. Pour dressing ... and stir gently to coat all ingredients. For color, add strips of pimientos on top.
Combine all ingredients to make sauce. Pour over crawfish or shrimp, or dip the crawfish or shrimp in the sauce.
Mix all ingredients. Serve on chopped lettuce with garnish of hard boiled eggs and tomato quarters. Serves 4 to 6.
Make a roux of the oil and flour and brown until very dark. Meanwhile, chop the onions, garlic and bell pepper and fry in the roux. Add remaining ...
Make a ROUX ... pepper, sherry, liquid crab-shrimp boil, then the ... gumbo. File' is ground sassafras. NOTE: The secret to making good gumbo is the roux!!!
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