Blog Posts - Cajun



Vegan Cajun Corn Maque Choux

Corn maque choux is a traditional dish of Southern Louisiana region of United States. Wiki says that this dish is thought to be an amalgam of Creole and American Indian cultural influence, and the name is likely to derive from the French interpretati...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on Jul 11, 2016

Cajun Cornbread

If you love spicy corn bread in your meal, then you should have a look to this Cajun Corn bread. This bread is almost like usual cornbread though hot sauce or jalapenos are added to this Cajun special. This bread makes an excellent meal when served a...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on Jul 10, 2016

Cajun Oven Fries/Cajun Baked Vegan Potato Wedges

This week is going to be Cajun cuisine and this style of cooking is from Louisiana, United States. This cuisine is deported by the British from Acadia in Canada to Acadiana region of Louisiana. This cuisine is a rustic one and most of the dishes from...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on Jul 9, 2016

Just Seafood @ Sunway Giza

Beware this is going to be massive massive seafood galore! Alright before I start, are you a seafood lover? I am! I love seafood especially crabs. We were at the Just Seafood at Sunway Giza to savour the fresh seafood such as crabs, prawns, oysters,...
by Sunshine Kelly on Jul 4, 2016

New Orleans Musician Gina Forsyth – The Sweetest Sound: One of the Best Songs Ever Written? – Watch

New Orleans musician Gina Forsyth is a regular at the Neutral Ground Coffee House and can be seen backing such artists as Cajun musician Bruce Daigrepont, singer/songwriter Tom Paxton, and recently Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary fame. Just as t...
by Notes On New Orleans on Mar 24, 2016

Crab Hut @ Shaftbury Square, Cyberjaya

Load Up on Seafood with Round the World FlavoursGear up for a feast of seafood at Crab Hut! Hitting the Cyberjaya scene in Shaftbury Square recently, Crab Hut hopes to bring lots of happiness and satisfaction to folks in that area who loves seafood.
by ChasingFoodDreams on Feb 29, 2016

Fried Green Tomato Sliders

This is literally one of my favorite dishes I’ve ever made. I cooked it on Valentine’s Day, and wouldn’t have wanted anything else. Seriously. Fried green tomatoes themselves are a southern ‘specialty.’ I could have… The post Fried Gr...
by That Square Plate on Feb 23, 2016

Hot Cajun Shrimp Dip

My relationship with spicy food has not always been a positive one. Maybe it's because I didn't grow up eating foods with a high heat factor; contrary to what some think, Cuban food is generally not spicy. But, I did experience a little -- let's call...
by The Kitchen Prep on Feb 3, 2016

Andouille and Black Bean Soup

A while back, I bought some andouille sausage for another recipe (Steamed Mussels and Andouille in White Wine Broth), but there was plenty leftover andouille to freeze. Now it’s time to finish it up, and that’s where this simple, easy (and fast!)...
by The Briny Lemon on Dec 19, 2015

New Orleans – Eat. Drink. Party.

A place or city is more than just a location on map. Every city encompasses  its unique flavor. For travel, you always want to visit cities that are distinctive in terms of their culture, architecture, historic influences, etc. New Orleans in... Co...
by thevagabondwayfarer on Dec 11, 2015

blackened salmon with orange butter

If your Thanksgiving was anything like mine, you overindulged. I feel gross. My system is like – ‘what just happened…what did you do to me?’.  I went over the top with our menu: A whole deboned turkey with stuffing &...
by The Fresh Aussie on Dec 1, 2015

BBQ Shrimp New Orleans Style

This is one of my favorite recipes we cook, and I’ve been wanting to share it for a while. Actually Greg is the one who usually cooks it, and this was my first time attempting. It’s a recipe called “New Orleans Barbecue Shrimp.̶...
by That Square Plate on Nov 6, 2015

Time to Show Downtown Leesburg Some Love

  Heather and I have been LoCo residents for almost 17 years and much of that time has been spent in Leesburg. I work out of our Century 21 Redwood Leesburg office on Loudoun Street and of course before that were 12 years at Westpark Golf Club.
by LoCo Musings on Oct 30, 2015

Fried Green Tomatoes with Cajun-Dill Buttermilk Sauce

Well I thought it was time for another Fried Green Tomato recipe! I see these on Southern menus all the time, but I always make a reason not to get them, like I can easily make these at home. I try to eat semi-healthy [MOST of the time]… so I a...
by That Square Plate on Aug 10, 2015

Quinoa and Cajun Crab Cakes

http://workwithadriana.com/ Learn to start your own business for free with my tips and ideas. Content, blogging, SEO everything from soup to nuts to make you successful. The post Quinoa and Cajun Crab Cakes appeared first on All About You!. Quinoa an...
by All About You on Jul 25, 2015

Kettlebar : Flavorful Pan Roast

It's really hard to find some tasty Cajun food down in OC.  Many people recommend Ritter's for their pan roast but I think they are only okay.  In fact I even went back to Oysters at Palace Station recently and it was only so-so.  I waited in line...
by Kat's 9 Lives on Jul 17, 2015

Dorade gegrillt mit Ingwer-Mango-Salsa

Der moderne Mensch findet wirklich immer etwas, woran er/sie herumnörgeln kann. Und seien es nur die Fliegen. Gemeint sind diese scheußlichen, schillernden Dinger, die sofort auf unseren Tellern landen, wenn wir mit Freunden oder Familie im Garten...
by Aus meinem Kochtopf on Jul 14, 2015

Cajun Harley Davidson

Catholic School Girl Run ColoradoEnjoy the foot-tapping styles of Dixieland Jazz, Jug Music and Cajun Zydeco, played by bands from all around Enjoy a block party at Charlie's Harley Davidson with the nationally touring bluegrass act Iron Horse. Ther...
by Harley Davidson on Jul 8, 2015

Streat: The street to eat.

Streat: Maginhawa Food Park is a mother-daughter business run by Mrs. Kitty and Cheska Del Castillo. Originally planned to be a building, they explored other options to utilize the space. Kitty’s experience in the food industry (creator of Starr’...
by whatyvonneloves on Jul 7, 2015

July 4th Meal: Easy Grilled Jambalaya

I made a delicious and easy Grilled Jambalaya using Johnsonville® Brats as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars. Thanks for supporting... The post July 4th Meal: Easy Grilled Jambalaya appeared first on SophistiShe.     &...
by Sophistishe on Jun 29, 2015


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