Here are some of my favorite Creole recipes.
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- Creole Roux (Blonde, Brown, or Chocolate)
- Creole Crabcakes
- Creole Cheesy Egg Float with Shrimp
- Creole Appetizer Bites
- Creole Mustard Dip
- Cajun Okra Soup (Potage de Fèvi)
- Cajun Cheese Straws
- Quick Barbecue Sauce
- Crispy Creole Fish-Fry Batter
- Gator Jake's Cajun Corn Soup
- Creole Dipping Sauce - Best Ever!
- A Good Quick BBQ Sauce
- Creole Sauce
- Crawfish Boil
- Stuffed Bread
- Chef's Favorite French Fry Potato Sauce
- Creamed Corn Soup
- Marinated Vegetable Salad
- Cajun Remoulade Sauce
- Quick Remoulade Sauce
- Tujaque's Remoulade Sauce
- Crawfish Puppies
- Creole Mustard Dressing
- Creole "Shut My Mouth" French Bread
- Crawfish Pie
- Shrimp Creole
- Crawfish Omelette
- Boiled Potatoes
- Potatoes à la Créole
- Crawfish Etoufée
- Fish Po' Boy
- Galante "Shut My Mouth" Alligator (or Chicken)
- Creole Wedding Chicken
- Commander's Palace Rabbit with Mustard Greens
- Creole Dirty Rice
- Creole Baked Fish
- Oyster Po' Boys
- Chicken a La Louisianne
- Mardi Gras Potatoes
- Turkey Breast with Creole Mustard
- Hoppin' John
- Meat Loaf with Creole Sauce
- Classic Creole Gumbo
- Maison Louisianne Plantation Jambalaya
- Shrimp Scampi
- Clay Pot Creole Chicken
- Roast Turkey for Thanksgiving
- Onion Stuffing
- Oyster Stuffing
- Swordfish Kabobs
- Red Beans and Rice
- Black Jack Creole Burger
The History of Creole Cooking:
Traditional Creole cooking has its beginnings in the 18th century.
French colonists settled in the rich Mississippi Delta area, bringing with them over six centuries of culinary expertise.
Spanish colonists settled the region half a century earlier, and had already introduced peppers, spices, and seasonings from the Caribbean, Mexico, and Latin America into the native Louisiana Indian cuisine.
Gradually, the separate cuisines intermingled, and Creole cooking -- a blend of Spanish, French, African-American, and Louisiana native Indian cuisine --was born.
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