If you love cajun food like us, the cajun and creole cooking recipes that follow will definitely hit the spot.
A special thanks goes out to the city of New Orleans, which is most notable for inspiring countless cooks into creating popular dishes such as Jambalaya, Gumbo, Red Beans and Rice, all of which we have grown to love.
This blackened catfish entrée, is inexpensive and easy to cook. Cook up this flavorful dish in no time using ingredients you have in your kitchen cabinets.
Blackened Chicken Breast
A cajun food dish that looks appealing and packs a flavorful punch. Tastes great when served as a sandwich or with pasta, sauce and vegetables.
A longtime southern favorite recipe. The crawfish or crawdads as they are called by some are considered to be the poor man's lobster.
Cajun Creole Style Dirty Rice
This rice dish can be served as an entree or as a side dish. This definitely taste way better than what you get from the box.
Cajun Style Macaroni and Cheese
Prepare this delicious Macaroni and cheese dish with a cajun twist of spices and goodness.
Red Beans and Rice
Another Louisiana style rice dish that can be served as a side item or stand alone dish.
A delicious seafood jambalaya recipe with the base ingredients of onions, celery and green peppers which are most common in Louisiana style dishes.
Sausage, Chicken and Shrimp Jambalaya
This is one of many variations of a popular Louisiana favorite. The meats and vegetables blend well for a unique and exciting taste.
Blackened Red Snapper
This blackened recipe is for the fish lover in you. Serve with hush puppies and french fries or over pasta with Alfredo sauce.
A very delicious, quick and easy, creole recipe that is sure to be a hit with the family. With just a bit of preparation this recipe cooks up in about 20 minutes every time.
New Orleans red bean and rice recipe
You can serve this New Orleans Style Red Beans and Rice dish with fried chicken and corn bread.
I'm sure this collection of cajun and creole cooking recipes will serve you well.