Cajun Recipes By Cindy

Hosted by Lucinda Jordan
Group active since Mon, Nov 07, 2011

Cajun Reciepes by my Grandmothers and other outstanding Cajuns, and my own that I have devised.

Donna Graffagnino
Dec 23, 2013

Buon Natale! Felice Anno Nuovo!

To All of You Wonderful Cooks and Your Families ~ Wishing you the Merriest Christmas and Happiest New Year! Stay Well and Keep Safe!

L D
Nov 12, 2011

Cajun Food

I'm looking for a roux-less gumbo,my Aunt used to make it many years ago,but no one has her recipe,it had chicken and seafood,the juice was thin but well seasoned. Have a recipe for this kind of gumbo? most recipes I see have a roux.

Lucinda Jordan
Nov 9, 2011

Do ahead Thanksgiving Shortcuts

This time of year I start do EVERYTHING that I can to prepare for the big holidays to come. I start making my broths and freezing them. Quick for sauces and injections. I pre make all the pie shells and freeze them. My Holloween pumpkins are cooked down and pie fillings are made and frozen. I freeze them in the quantity need to fill one pie at a time. Thank God for Zip bags. Pears, and apples are cooked and frozen. The roosters are butchered for the gumbos. I pre chop onion, peppers and place them in freezer. I save every bread end that is left in the bags for my Pan Pad Joui Bread Pudding that everyone has for breakfast the morning of the hoilday. I even pre inject my turkey and he goes back in the icebox overnight. I learned that if I do all I can in advance, I can watch the parade and check some of the game.


Lucinda Jordan
Nov 7, 2011

Thanksgiving Cajun Twists to Favorite Recipes

I learned to cook early in life. I was raised on a rice,soybean,cattle farm. What we didn't grow or raise we didn't eat. I had 3 older brothers and farm hands to feed. I also had to bring the food to the fields, so I learned to make items that streched meat and also that was not always boring. So I am going to pass on some of the recipes that I learned early in life.