Sample recipes from Commanders Kitchen

New Orleans-Style Barbecue Shrimp

When you want a quick dish full of lusty New Orleans flavor, barbecue shrimp is worth every messy drip. Three tips: Don't overcook the s...

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Creole Seafood Seasoning

Think you need to run to the store to purchase pre-made seafood seasoning? Think again! This recipe for Creole Seafood Seasoning is one that you'll want to keep on hand at all times, especially if you plan to do a lot of cooking. This seasoning mix is easy to make and includes many ingredients that you likely already have on hand. You'll find that you can use this rub in a number of favorite classic dishes, including this one for Seafood Jambalaya. When storing this rub, make sure to keep it out of direct sunlight.

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Gulf Coast Summer Bouillabaisse

This seafood bouillabaisse, thick with vegetables and seafood, is one of our light summer entrees. With vine-ripened tomatoes and the ab...

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Fish or Seafood Stock

Good stock in the box is like money in the bank,” Chef Jamie likes to say. Forget the shortcuts. Stock is a strained liquid that has had...

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Chicken Stock

The true test of a serious cook—professional or home—is a crystal-clear, intensely flavorful consommé. You can't get one without a good ...

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Oyster Chowder

While clams in chowder can sometimes become a bit tough, fresh oysters stay plump and salty-sweet, and rendered salt pork adds a depth of...

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Seafood Jambalaya

If you've always wanted to make Seafood Jambalaya but haven't yet, then you need to see this recipe! This jambalaya recipe is easy to make and includes an assortment of vegetables, as well as fish, oysters, and of course sausage. The result is a seafood dish that you and your family are sure to love. Serve up this easy jambalaya recipe on a weeknight or after a busy weekend of running errands you'll want to dig in to this comfort food any time. Don't forget to include the hot sauce when serving up this classic dish!

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