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Chicken-Andouille Gumbo

This is my favorite style of gumbo. I’ve enjoyed it literally all my life, as it is basically my mother’s recipe, a regular part of her w...

by Tom Fitzmorris


Andouille Sausage, Shrimp and Oyster Gumbo

A gumbo is a whole meal in Louisiana. It’s hard to say how gumbo was invented, although its connection to Africa is not in doubt. Accordi...

by Clifford A. Wright


Chicken Gumbo

This hearty soup-stew from Cajun country will have the richest flavor if you use chicken thigh meat.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Breakfast Andouille Sausage with Biscuits

You can prep the sausage a day or two in advance, and the biscuits are pretty quick as well. They can also be made in advance and frozen,...

by Ayinde Howell and Zoe Eisenberg


Spanish Bean and Pork Stew

Known in Spain as fabada, this rib-sticking stew is quickly made with canned beans. Use your favorite sausages as you prefer.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Seafood Jambalaya

Jambalaya rivals gumbo as Louisiana's quintessential Creole dish. All you need is a tangy green salad, some garlic bread, and a feisty S...

by Ti Adelaide Martin and Jamie Shannon


Rice with Spanish Sausages

Fabulous and simple as this is, it never fails to bring the house down. Rice has such a mellow flavor that it can frame whatever goes in ...

by Daisy Martinez


Fried Chicken and Andouille File Gumbo

This is a main-course soup that can be preceded by a seafood or vegetable salad or a cooked hot or cold artichoke and followed by a slice...

by Mimi Sheraton


Chicken and Seafood Jambalaya

We've learned that the trick to perfect Jambalaya is taking...our...time. No need to rush this dish. Make this soup in a series of steps ...

by Leslie Kaul


Jambalaya Classique

Linguists claim that the word jambalaya comes from jamon, the Spanish word for ham, one of the main ingredients in the first jambalayas. ...

by Eric V. Copage


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