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Cajun cooking has been influenced by many different cultures, including French, African, Spanish, and Native American. There is more to Cajun cuisine than just fried chicken and a crawfish boil, however, some authentic dishes may only be available at specialty restaurants. The following are some popular terms related to Cajun food.

  • Andouille – This is a spicy, smoked sausage. Andouille is used in many Cajun recipes, with gumbo being one of the most popular.
  • Blackened – Meat that is heavily seasoned and is cooked in a very hot skillet is considered to be blackened. Virtually any meat, including seafood, can be blackened.
  • Cracklings – These are strips of fried pork skin that may or may not include bits of meat and fat. Cracklings are strictly a snack food.
  • Etoufee – This authentic Cajun dish is typically shellfish that is served over rice.
  • Gumbo – This is one of the most well-known Cajun dishes. Gumbo is a thick soup that usually includes meat or seafood, roux, and okra. Additional ingredients may be added at the chef’s discretion. The advantage of this meal is that it can accommodate available ingredients. The meat included could be basically anything, from crawfish or shrimp to chicken or sausage. Every Cajun restaurant should have at least one kind of gumbo available.
  • Roux – A roux is part butter and part flour. It can be used to flavor and thicken soup or gravy.
  • Mirepoix – Often used as a base for many Cajun dishes, a mirepoix generally included celery, onions, and bell peppers. They are chopped and are used in many recipes.
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    Fruge Aquafarms
    Fruge Aquafarms, Branch, KY 70516
    Cajuncrawfish.com is the original Cajun website. Our specialty is Live Crawfish, direct from our farm in Branch, Louisiana. In addition to crawfish, you’ll also find just about everything else Cajun.
    (888) 254-8626
    LA Snacks n' Roux
    516 Mackey Street, Sulphur, LA 70663
    Contact us at (225) 663-8757 in Sulphur, LA, for our savory Cajun food and other products. Contact us at (225) 663-8757 in Sulphur, LA, for our savory Cajun food and other products.
    (225) 937-8872
    Barb's Cajun Kitchen
    312 N Railroad St, Delcambre, LA 70528
    (337) 685-2369
    Maw Rubys Organic Cajun Preserves
    2109 Badger Trl, New Iberia, LA 70560
    (337) 519-7600
    Don's Seafood & Steak House
    301 E Vermilion St, Lafayette, LA 70501
    (337) 235-3551
    Doucet Cajun Kitchen
    126 N 1st St, Iota, LA 70543
    (337) 779-2336
    Keeper's Cajun Products LLC
    9698 Church Point Hwy, Church Point, LA 70525
    (337) 684-0409
    Kenny's Cajun Kitchen
    408 Market St, Arnaudville, LA 70512
    (337) 754-5999
    Hackett's Cajun Kitchen
    5614 Gerstner Memorial Blvd, Lake Charles, LA 70607
    (337) 474-3731
    Billedeaux's Cajun Kitchen
    2633 Fruge St, Lake Charles, LA 70615
    (337) 439-9944
    Couyon's Cajun Bar-B-Q
    470 N Alexander Ave, Port Allen, LA 70767
    (225) 383-3227
    Hollier's Cajun Kitchen
    1709 Ruth St, Sulphur, LA 70663
    (337) 527-0061
    Dave's Cajun Kitchen
    6240 W Main St, Houma, LA 70360
    (985) 868-3870
    Don's Cajun Kitchen
    1804 Weems Ave, Lecompte, LA 71346
    (318) 776-5875


    Cajun food is very popular all over the world. This includes an array of jambalaya, gumbo dishes, rice with spices, and seafood like crawfish. Jambalaya is a dish that incorporates spicy rice, shrimp, chicken, and vegetables. As for gumbo, this is a thick soup that is loaded with spicy chicken, okra, rice, and even seafood. There are many Cajun recipes that are made in homes, as well as restaurants across the nation. Many people in Louisiana prefer this type of cooking and spicy cuisine in their diets. There are many options when it comes to making Cajun food and recipes. Some common components you will find in Cajun dishes include barbecue sauce, spices, sausage, shrimp, and hot peppers. Like many cuisines, there is plenty to choose from. In restaurants, chefs often use garlic, crawfish, lobster, celery, and onions in dishes like jambalaya and gumbo. These common Cajun dishes are served for both lunch and dinner. Boiled catfish is another dish found in this type of cuisine. It is often seasoned with spices like oregano, red peppers, and onions. While many restaurants offer Cajun stews and dishes on their menu, not all of these eateries provide authentic Southern cooking. If you would like to get more information and details pertaining to Cajun food, recipes and spicy seafood dishes, you may want to get in touch with a Cajun eatery in your area. If you have any specific questions about jambalaya dishes, seafood gumbo recipes or dinner crawfish meals, you should go ahead and ask.
     
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