Mine is jambalaya! There are tons of good recipes. Here’s one: http://www.cajuncrawfishpie.com/jambalaya-recipes.html
I also like gumbo a lot. Crawfish, of couse.
What’s your favorite, and which one do you hate?
I love most cajun foods…gumbo…jambalaya…etoufees crawfish boils…beignets…i love boudin…but cant handle the blood boudin…that just gets me….thats about the only thing i can think of…lol
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Get some great fish cooking tips and techniques for making a traditional Creole style catfish court bouillon in this free cooking video on making your own catfish courtbouillon recipe.
Expert: Karl James
Bio: Karl James is the owner of a small private catering company named CREOLESOUL which specializes in Creole cuisine, but offers any type of cuisine desired.
Filmmaker: Dana Glover
Duration : 0:1:57
If the thought of acquiring and preparing a entire live lobster seems too intimidating, Acquiring frozen lobster tails may possibly be the perfect option for a wonderful dinner, especially in situation you are wanting to impress your invitees. But how to cook lobster tails? Thatï¿½s been quite a question for most individuals since lobster isnï¿½t your evryday meal.
How to cook lobster tails is quite easier than entire lobsters, and they are less difficult to discover too. Also simpler to prepare and lighter on the wallet, and serving up an ideal platter of appetizing lobster tails will by all odds supply you with a meal that the dinner guests normally are not likely to forget.
several folks don’t know how to cook lobster tails but truly Feeding on lobster was formerly general amongst fishermen and sailor boys, yet nowadays it is considered a delicacy and a unique treat for most of us.
if you are wondering how to cook lobster tails focus on the acquire. Buying a full lobster can be very pricey, so when several of the meat is acquired in the claws and in the tail, it may possibly consequently grow to be a lot more economic to just obtain a way of measuring frozen lobster tails rather than the whole lobster itself, specifically should you remain learning how to cook lobster tails.
To the question how to cook lobster tails there are a number of answers. One answer to how to cook lobster tails is boiling. Grilled, steamed or baked.
For Boiled lobster tails you fill a sizable saucepan with h2o and add a teaspoon of salt per litre of drinking water. Once the water is brought to the boil and add the lobster tails into the pan. Proceed to boil the tails for approximately a minute per ounce of total weight. Then once they are done drain the lobster tails and serve sizzling with melted butter, lemon juice or mayonnaise.
Another answer to how to cook lobster tails is steaming. To steam lobster tails pour 1 cup of drinking water into the bottom of a pan at the same time as add salt to it. Once the water is brought to a boil insert a wooden skewer or cocktail stick down the length of each lobster tail and then place the tails on a steaming rack placed inside the pan and cover using a lid. The skewers may stop them from curling due to the fact of the steaming. Once the tails are steamed for about 7 or eight minutes, drain and serve scorching.
One much more reply to how to cook lobster tails is grilling. For Grilled lobster tails initial insert a wooden skewer into the lobster tails to stop them from curling on boiling. Then make ready a large saucepan of salted drinking water as mentioned earlier for boiling lobster tails. Once the water has reached a fierce boil, add the tails and cook for 4 minutes. once cooked drain the tails and position them on their backs once they have cooled slightly. Subsequently getting a sharp knife, proceed to split the soft top shell of the tail, lengthways down the middle, but leave the hard shell underneath intact. Then pour some melted butter and lemon juice over the meat of the tails or brush a marinade more than the meat and place shell side down into a pre-heated grill. Grill for about 7 to 8 minutes within a medium – sizzling heat or until the substance is opaque, no longer transparent and firm to the touch. Once done you can serve hot with lemon, melted butter or mayonnaise.
I know, being from Louisiana I should have been born knowing how to cook Cajun, lol! But both my grandmothers and my great-grandmother who were the best cooks in my family, died when I was in high school before I took an interest in cooking and I was just wondering if anyone could give me some tips.
Warning: I have never cooked anything without a microwave or oven but I am ready to try cooking on a stovetop!!!
1. Bless your sweet heart. Here are a bunch of Cajun and Southern recipes from Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas & Florida for you:
2. Crawfish Broil:
And here are lots and lots of foods that I’m sure you will be interested in learning about:
Put the following into your "Favorites", or into your "My Documents".
1. Foil-Pack Dinners-turn on your sound (video):
2. Dinner recipe videos, turn on your sound and click this link:
3. Favorite Brand Name Recipes:
Take a look at these recipes from Campbells:
4. In a rush? Smithfield, Hormel, Armour, Tyson have packages of PRE-COOKED beef tips, roast, pot roast, pork roast, chicken, ham, meatload. Use this for your meat dish with a side dish or two of vegetables, rice, or potatoes. You will find these packages near the meat section, they are not frozen. Ask a clerk for help.
5. Tyson’s fully cooked whole chickens are delicious. I serve them often with S&W canned sweet potatoes, Stove-Top dressing, microwave chicken/turkey gravy in jars, a canned vegetable, canned cranberry sauce, and frozen Pillsbury Microwave Biscuits which are better than I can make. A frozen pie defrosted and fully cooked. Perfect for one or two people at Thanksgiving or Christmas.
6. Another thing you can do is cook in a slow cooker or a crock-pot. You put the meat into the crock-pot in the morning and it cooks all day long. The meal is ready at dinner time. Crock-pots can be bought at your grocery store, WalMart, Target, etc. BE SURE to read the booklet that comes with the crock-pot.
Here are some crock-pot recipes for you:
Beef Recipes in Crock Pot (see other types of meats at the very bottom of this link):
Chicken Recipes in Crock Pot:
TEXAS crock pot recipes:
7. If you are in a hurry, go to your grocery store and pick up a roasted chicken that you can buy in the deli section. They also have side dishes such as veggies, salads, desserts, and etc.
8. Frozen dinners are always a good choice. Our favorites are Stouffer’s, Marie Calendar’s, Michael Angelo’s, Boston Market’s. Just add a side dish, salad, or fruit salad. Desserts can be bought in the bakery section of your grocery store.
9. Ragu Sauces- Italian (in jars, just pour it on).
Scroll down this screen, click a category and then click "Find Recipe" at the bottom of the screen:
10. Quick put together desserts:
Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk videos-turn on your sound:
Kraft’s Chocolate Passion Bowl (video):
8 MINUTE STRAWBERRY CHEESECAKE
Philidelphia Cream Cheese has ready to eat cheesecake Tubs:
Video – New York Style Cream Topped Cheesecake:
FROZEN PEANUT BUTTER PIE-no bake
Video – Pie Crust, How to Make and Bake:
11. Tossed Salad (video):
Caesar Salad – chef style (video):
Quick five minute Caesar Salad (video):
12. Guacamole Dip video (peppers can be left out if you wish):
14. Chef Wan’s Recipes-Malaysia…in south east asia – pictures:
(Categories on the left hand side of the screen)
15. Video On How To Cook A Rib Eye Steak (turn on your sound), click this link:
16. Ramen noodles recipes:
17. Look through these chicken & pasta recipes:
I had some blackened shrimp at a seafood restaurant and i loved it! I also love cooking, and i want to know how to make it. Please tell me how to cook it too!
This is a copy of the recipe they use at the famous restaurant, Brennan’s, in New Orleans.
4 teaspoons Salt
4 teaspoons Paprika
3 teaspoons Garlic powder
3 teaspoons Fresh ground pepper
2 1/2 teaspoons Onion powder
1 1/2 teaspoon Cayenne pepper
1 1/2 teaspoon Dried thyme — crumbled
1 1/2 teaspoon Dried oregano — crumbled
combine all ingredients in a small bowl and mix thouroughly
It stores well in an airtight container for about a month before losing flavour.
to make blackened fish:
melt 1/4 c butter in skillet on low heat, then let cool to room temperature. Dip meat in butter, then coat in seasoning mix. Put meat in large skillet over high heat, and sear fish for 2 minutes on each side, until charred. Put in 350 degree oven for 30 minutes or until flaky.
Doug, Joe and C.J. head out to the Gumbo Ya Ya event in the District of Rock Island, IL!
Doug is our taste tester eating crawfish and other tasty delights!
Plus we have a little fun at other people's expense too! We paid $5 a person to get in so we might as well!
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Duration : 5 min 1 sec
Cooking a creole dish of cajun prawns, saffron rice, cashews, tumeric, cumin, carrots, shallots, onions and fish.
Brought to you by:
Belucci, Italian Australian Chef, Restauranteur and Hospitality trainer based in Melbourne
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