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“Fantabulous” is a word I reserve for fantastic dishes like this jerk-seasoned chicken. It’s a mouth full of yum. —Joni Hilton, Rocklin, California
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Jamaican Chicken with Couscous

Jamaican Chicken with Couscous

Jamaican Chicken with Couscous

“Fantabulous” is a word I reserve for fantastic dishes like this jerk-seasoned chicken. It’s a mouth full of yum. —Joni Hilton, Rocklin, California

Andouille Sausage Soup

Andouille Sausage Soup

Andouille Sausage Soup

I make a soup every football Sunday. I came up with this recipe because I wanted to use lots of vegetables and keep it healthy, but wanted it to be interesting and original, too. My wife suggested adding the andouille.—Steven Thurner, Janesville, Wisconsin

Cajun Seafood Marinade

Cajun Seafood Marinade

Cajun Seafood Marinade

Seafood marinade the Cajun way is all about seasoning with garlic, cumin, chilis and pepper. I toss in fresh rosemary and thyme to enhance these tasty shrimp. —Dwayne Veretto, Roswell, New Mexico
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Jambalaya Rice Salad

Jambalaya Rice Salad

Jambalaya Rice Salad

This cold rice salad has a little hint of spice for that classic jambalaya kick. Shrimp, tomatoes, ham and peppers give it color and crunch. —Karen Rahn, Hixon, Tennessee

Crispy Almond Tilapia

Crispy Almond Tilapia

Crispy Almond Tilapia

Since changing to a healthier style of cooking, I’ve come up with new coatings for baked fish. I use almonds, panko bread crumbs and a smidge of hot sauce to add crunchy texture with nice heat. —Amanda Flinner, Beaver, Pennsylvania

Sausage & Chicken Gumbo

Sausage & Chicken Gumbo

Sausage & Chicken Gumbo

This recipe for the classic Southern comfort food was the first thing I ever cooked for my girlfriend. It was simple to make, but tasted gourmet. Lucky for me, it was love at first bite. — Kael Harvey, Brooklyn, NY

Shrimp Po'Boys with Pineapple Slaw

Shrimp Po'Boys with Pineapple Slaw

Shrimp Po'Boys with Pineapple Slaw

This great twist on the traditional po'boy sandwich adds flavor and grains while reducing fat and calories. For a smoked flavor, grill the shrimp. For a low-carb option, serve the po'boy open-faced on a baguette half. —Melissa Pelkey Hass, Waleska, Georgia

Blackened Tilapia with Zucchini Noodles

Blackened Tilapia with Zucchini Noodles

Blackened Tilapia with Zucchini Noodles

I love quick and bright meals like this one-skillet wonder. Homemade pico de gallo is easy to make the night before. —Tammy Brownlow, Dallas, Texas

Ragin' Cajun Eggplant and Shrimp Skillet

Ragin' Cajun Eggplant and Shrimp Skillet

Ragin' Cajun Eggplant and Shrimp Skillet

We always have a large summer garden where lots of produce lingers into fall. That's when we harvest our onion, bell pepper, tomatoes and eggplant, the main ingredient of this dish. This recipe turns Cajun with the Holy Trinity (onion, celery and bell pepper), shrimp and red pepper flakes. —Barbara Hahn, Park Hills, Missouri

Springtime Beignets & Berries

Springtime Beignets & Berries

Springtime Beignets & Berries

I've always loved beignets, but never thought I could make them myself. Turns out they're easy! Sometimes I'll even make a quick berry whipped cream and pipe it inside for a fun surprise. —Kathi Hemmer, Grand Junction, Colorado

Okra Roasted with Smoked Paprika

Okra Roasted with Smoked Paprika

Okra Roasted with Smoked Paprika

When you want to cook okra without frying it, roast it with lemon juice for a lighter version. The smoked paprika gives it even more roasty oomph. —Lee Evans, Queen Creek, Arizona
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