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Cajun Food Recipes for Beginners: Simple and delicious Cajun Recipes that you can cook at home

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Cajun food” comes from the deepest Southern parts of Louisiana and Mississippi. Like the area it originated from, Cajun flavor is spicy, rich, and really, really good! A lot of people don’t know that the typical Cajun food was developed by extremely poor people. Refugees and farmers used what they had to feed large families.

This is one reason that rice is a staple in Cajun food. Adding rice to a stew, or a dish, ‘stretched’ the food so that there would be plenty. Rice is still added to Cajun food, even if it is for the love of the flavor, and not for necessity. Since Cajun people are so close to the Gulf of Mexico, seafood is a big item in their dishes. Favorites are crawfish, catfish, crabs, and oysters. This is another example of the Cajun people living with what they had. Seafood was available, as there were a lot of fisherman, and that’s what they had to eat.

Cajun cuisine is a “table in the wilderness,” a creative adaptation of indigenous Louisiana foods. It is a cuisine forged out of a land that opened its arms to a weary traveler, the Acadian.No wonder you want to cook Cajun! This short cookbook was designed as an introduction for beginners to the rich and blended culinary Cajun traditions .

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  • Chapter 1. Cajun Recipes for a Breakfast
  • Creamy Strawberry and Blueberry Rice
    Calas Rice Fritters
    Fried Cornmeal Crisps
    Crab Omelet with Celery and Onions
    Crusted Cornmeal Couche
    New Orleans-Style Calas Fritters

    Cajun-inspired Pain Dore Breakfast
    Chapter 2. A Hearty Cajun-Style Meal for Lunch
    Andouille Sausages and Chicken Gumbo
    Andouille Sausages, Chicken and Oysters Gumbo
    Shrimp Etouffee with Cajun Crawfish
    45-Minute Cajun Jambalaya
    Green Beans with Bacon and Green Pepper
    Cajun Shrimp Po’Boys
    Authentic Cajun Rice
    Baked Cajun Tilapia

  • Chapter 3. Tummy-filling Cajun Dinner
  • Cajun Eggs with Green Bell Peppers, Onions and Rice
    Ham and Eggs with Cajun Rice
    Hot Grits with Cajun-Style Shrimps
    Chicken Cajun Linguine Pasta
    Wild Rice and Mushrooms Soup
    30-minute Pork Andouille and Shrimps with Mustard Dip

  • Chapter 4. Afternoon and Midnight Cajun Snacks
  • Lentils and Peanut Butter Pâté
    Muffuletta Bread with Sesame Seeds
    Ham, Cheese and Olive Salad Sandwich
    Baked Sweet and Spicy Potatoes
    Cajun Chicken Clubhouse Sandwich
  • Much, much more!

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