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Mardi Gras Dinner Recipes

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Slow-Cooked Hearty Jambalaya

Slow-Cooked Hearty Jambalaya

Slow-Cooked Hearty Jambalaya

"I love anything with Cajun spices, so I came up with this slow-cooker jambalaya that’s just as good as that served in restaurants," says Jennifer Fulk from Moreno Valley, California. "If you can’t find Andouille sausage, hot links, smoked sausage or chorizo will also work. I like to serve it with warm cornbread and garnished with sliced green onions."

Best-Ever Beans and Sausage

Best-Ever Beans and Sausage

Best-Ever Beans and Sausage

My wife devised this dish, which is extremely popular with our friends and family. When she asks, "What can I share?" the reply is always, "Bring your beans and sausage...and a couple copies of the recipe." — Robert Saulnier, Clarksburg, Massachusetts

Blackened Chicken

Blackened Chicken

Blackened Chicken

This spicy standout packs a one-two punch of flavor. The grilled chicken is basted with a peppery white sauce—there's plenty of extra sauce left over for dipping. —Stephanie Kenney, Falkville, Alabama
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Creole Black Beans 'n' Sausage

Creole Black Beans 'n' Sausage

Creole Black Beans 'n' Sausage

Cheryl Landers can easily add a Louisiana entree to her LaTour, Missouri table any day of the week. “I brown the meat, cut up veggies and measure spices the night before, and then assemble and start it cooking the next morning,” she pens. “When I get home, I make the rice…and dinner is served!”

Cajun Chicken Pasta

Cajun Chicken Pasta

Cajun Chicken Pasta

Our pasta began as a special, but due to its overwhelming popularity, we made it a permanent part of our menu. In the 9 years we've been open, we have become a favorite restaurant with locals and travelers alike because our food is not typical hotel fare.—Monroe Street Grille, Tallahassee, Florida

Hearty Jambalaya

Hearty Jambalaya

Hearty Jambalaya

Mel Miller of Perkins, Oklahoma shares this meaty and satisfying jambalaya.

Captain Russell's Jambalaya

Captain Russell's Jambalaya

Captain Russell's Jambalaya

“A tour guide in New Orleans gave me this recipe. It’s so easy to prepare. The deliciously authentic Cajun flavors make it one of my favorite recipes.” —Donna Lamano, Olathe, Kansas

Jambalaya Casserole

Jambalaya Casserole

Jambalaya Casserole

Whenever family and friends get together, this is the dish I am asked to prepare. It's delicious, economical and easy to fix. -Evelynn Anderson Lugo Kenner, Louisiana

Black-Eyed Pea Casserole

Black-Eyed Pea Casserole

Black-Eyed Pea Casserole

This group-size dish is quick, simple and tasty. People always ask for "just a little more". I guess you could call it one of my Southern favorites.—Kathy Rogers, Natchez, Mississippi

Cajun Shrimp Skewers

Cajun Shrimp Skewers

Cajun Shrimp Skewers

Fresh herbs and Cajun seasoning enhance these delicious shrimp, accompanied by a spicy Cajun butter sauce. You can serve them as an entree or as appetizers. You’ll love them either way! —Dwayne Veretto, Roswell, New Mexico

Spicy Barbecued Chicken

Spicy Barbecued Chicken

Spicy Barbecued Chicken

This zesty chicken is great served with basil-buttered grilled corn on the cob and fresh coleslaw. —Rita A. Wintrode, Corryton, Tennessee
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