With new takes on old classics like jambalaya, gumbo, and po-boys, these zesty Cajun-inspired dishes will have you more than ready for all those Mardi Gras celebrations.
You and your family will love this simple recipe. You can even make them the night before and serve them for breakfast. So easy!
This vegan lentil gumbo recipe is made quick and easy in the instant pot! It's a wholesome, flavorful dinner that feeds a crowd, plus it's rich in plant-based protein, which is both filling and nourishing!
It is so easy to re-create Crawfish Bread from the New Orleans annual Jazz & Heritage Festival!
This gumbo is a true blue classic, always delicious.
Traditionally, shrimp po-boys in New Orleans and surrounding areas consist of fried shrimp, but times are changing, and if you want a great alternative to the fried version, then give this a go. It is amazingly delicious!
Tender shrimp, andouille chicken sausage, fire-roasted tomatoes, and a mix of bell peppers and spices combine to create an incredibly satisfying pot of awesomeness that’s sweet and spicy with a hint of smokiness.
The freshest lightly fried calamari with a Cajun kick!
Delicious Charleston crabcake on top of a burger with fresh vegetable remoulade sauce and a side of salty, crispy fries.
A fresh take on a timeless Cajun dish from Louisiana. You can even leave out the meat and swap in some vegetable broth. The dish is just as delicious and flavorful with the vegetables alone!
Heavy comfort food with a light lemony sauce that lifts the shrimp and grits and breaks up the rich flavor.