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Cajun Side Dishes

Looking for Cajun side dishes? Find delicious Cajun side dishes including pasta, jambalaya, and more Cajun side dishes.

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Classic Red Beans N Rice

Classic Red Beans N Rice

Classic Red Beans N Rice

We've lived here, where Cajun cooking is common, for nearly 25 years and have come to rely on this staple menu item. If you've never tried red beans and rice before, I assure you'll like this recipe.—Jackie Turnage, New Iberia, Louisiana

Ham, Red beans and Rice

Ham, Red beans and Rice

Ham, Red beans and Rice

Adding ham to the classic dish of red beans and rice was an experiment which turned out wonderful. The spices are great!—Vanita Davis, Camden, Arkansas

Oyster Casserole

Oyster Casserole

Oyster Casserole

The holidays are the perfect time to indulge in a rich and buttery dish like this. You can assemble and refrigerate it the night before, then top with the remaining crumbs and seasonings just before baking.
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Potatoes with Crab Sauce

Potatoes with Crab Sauce

Potatoes with Crab Sauce

Corene Thorsen, from Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, adds crab to the creamy and comforting sauce she pours over spuds. "The mild sauce allows the delicate flavor of the crab to shine through," she declares. "This combination tastes great of leftover pasta, too."

Red Beans and Rice

Red Beans and Rice

Red Beans and Rice

"I'm originally from Honduras, where beans are served in different variations for breakfast, lunch and dinner," relates Carin Perkins of Waukesha, Wisconsin. "This bean and rice dish has been enjoyed by my family for generations. It's not spicy but gets nice flavor from the cilantro and cumin.

Vegetarian Jambalaya

Vegetarian Jambalaya

Vegetarian Jambalaya

"This make-ahead main or side dish has all the flavor and boldness of traditional jambalaya," affirms LynnMarie Frucci of LaCenter, Washington. "If there's any left over, roll it up in a flour tortilla and add your favorite topping."

Grilled Cajun Green Beans

Grilled Cajun Green Beans

Grilled Cajun Green Beans

This is a perfect way to use up your garden's green beans. The Cajun flavor makes it different from your regular green bean recipe.—Shannon Lewis, Andover, Minnesota

Zesty Corn and Beans

Zesty Corn and Beans

Zesty Corn and Beans

When you're in the mood for Mexican food, reach for this recipe. The tomato, corn and bean mixture can also be refrigerated and eaten as a relish without the rice.

Cajun Seasoning Mix

Cajun Seasoning Mix

Cajun Seasoning Mix

In Chimacum, Washington, Joy Rackham uses this fiery blend to add spark to baked sweet potato wedges. Or try the spicy mixture on pork, chicken or beef for a boost of zippy flavor.

Corn Bread Dressing

Corn Bread Dressing

Corn Bread Dressing

Drew Weeks sent the recipe for this old-fashioned dressing from his home in Edisto Island, South Carolina.

Corn Bread with Black-Eyed Peas

Corn Bread with Black-Eyed Peas

Corn Bread with Black-Eyed Peas

Black-eyed peas are a good-luck tradition for New Year's Day...but my family is so fond of this recipe, I make it all year long!—Jeanne Shinn, Bandera, Texas
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