Gumbo recipes have always been at the center of Mardi Gras festivities. Here, our favorite gumbo dishes.
You can't go wrong with this classic Southern dish to fill you up on chilly nights. We made it even heartier by adding roasted
potatoes to the traditional mix of andouille sausage, Cajun seasonings, and veggies.
After preparing the roux, most of the time spent making gumbo is basically hands-free. You’ll just need to stir the pot occasionally
to prevent sticking. This flavorful stew recipe is worth the effort.
Tasso is a spicy smoked cut of pork or beef popular in many Cajun dishes. When gumbo is served in Louisiana, filé powder (ground,
dried sassafras leaves) is as common on the table as salt and pepper. It thickens and flavors gumbos and other Creole dishes.
Make Chicken-Andouille Gumbo the day ahead to save time. Fresh andouille and crusty french bread are essential to this dish.
Terrific flavors from the garden and grill come together in this summery twist on a New Orleans favorite. Served in smaller
portions, it also makes a great first course.