— Boudin is
one of the most famous Cajun recipes. This excellent version has no liver. This
is a great dish to make and it freezes well. Many people cut the casing off
the boudin before eating it.
Cajun Pork Paella
— Laissez les bon temps rouler with this Cajun flavored paella. Paella is a Spanish dish with a base of rice, meat, tomatoes and artichoke hearts. Usually prepared and
served in a special two-handled pan, this convenient Cajun version uses a skillet and quick-cooking boxed rice. Serve with crusty bread and fresh seasonal fruit salad.
Cajun Pork Pinwheels
— Need a creative way to get the family to dinner? Try these tenderloin pinwheels.
Chaurice — This Creole pork sausage is an old local favorite dating back to the 19th Century, but isn't as easy to find as it once was. It would seem to have come to Louisiana with the Spanish, and was
adapted to local custom and ingredients; the term is similar to the Spanish chorizo. It's great with white or red beans, and good for breakfast too, with eggs.
Creole Cabbage Rolls
— Add a Creole twist to stuffed cabbage roll recipes. These rolls are stuffed with ground beef, Italian sausage, onions and Zatarain’s Spanish Rice, covered in rich tomato
sauce. A delicious dinner recipe, or enjoy as a cold weather meal any time of day.