Down-Home Cajun Cooking Favorites, Revised Second Edition
Now with links to 33 food photos!
"Down-Home Cajun Cooking Favorites," the Best Authentic Cajun Recipes from Louisiana’s Bayou Country Will Show You How to Cook Traditional Cajun Meals as if You Were Born a Cajun!
"Down-Home Cajun Cooking Favorites" takes you into the kitchens of some of south Louisiana's best home cooks.
It features 140 of the most popular dishes from Cajun country, carefully selected to give a well-rounded sampling of the flavors of the region.
It is a collection of classic recipes from moms and dads, aunts and uncles, ma-moms and pa-pops from the south Louisiana region called Acadiana, or Cajun Country.
These popular recipes were contributed by down-home folks who are tremendous cooks in their own right, who learned how to cook these dishes passed down from generation to generation.
You'll find Boudin and Cracklins, Boiled Crawfish and Crawfish Etouffee, Stuffed Shrimp, Tasso, Candied Yams, Corn Maque Choux, Smothered Okra & Tomatoes, Stuffed Baked Eggplant or Mirlitons, Bouillabaisse, Chicken & Sausage Gumbo, as well as a variety of sauce piquantes, fricassees, stews, casseroles, appetizers, desserts, dressings, breads, and breakfast dishes like couche-couche and pain perdu.
Written in clear, easy-to-follow steps, these mouth-watering dishes are waiting for you and your family.
Go ahead, try them, and you, too, will cook like a Cajun!
Now with links to 33 food photos, including photos showing how cracklins are made.!
Here’s a small selection of the recipes included:
Beignets (Creole doughnuts)
Pain Perdu – French Toast
Sirop de Gateau (Syrup Cake)
Crabmeat Au Gratin
Corn Maque Choux
Andouille & Tasso
Shrimp & Okra Gumbo
Stuffed Bell Peppers
Alligator Sauce Piquante
Fried Frog Legs
Rice Dressing or “Dirty Rice”
and much, much more!
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Best food is in southern Louisiana
Buy this book, u can not find a better value. Try the dishes, you will love them, they are surprisingly easy to make, but buy the roux in a jar at the store. Takes a bit of experience to get the roux just right. Married a French man, lucky me!