Cajun and Creole cuisine is embedded in Louisiana’s rich and colorful culture. The warm and hot spices that impart delicious full flavor in so many of Cajun and Creole dishes offer plenty to celebrate any time of the year.
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Catfish's assertive flavor is complemented by a lovely crust of spices in this baked (rather than fried) recipe.Read more
This versatile vinaigrette serves as a sauce for blackened poultry, fish or meat and adds zest to veggies or potatoes.Read more
Ten minutes is all you need to make a mouth-watering blackened salmon fillet with this Co+op Kitchen video recipe.Read more
Smoked paprika adds the smokiness of grilling without ever firing up the grill in this roasted Cajun spiced chicken.Read more
Jambalaya was originally created as a way to use up leftovers, but don't wait for leftovers to enjoy this flavors fusion!Read more
This popular Creole stew is rich and delicious. Etouffee means "smother" in French and refers to the flavorful roux that forms the basis of this New Orleans favorite.Read more