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Here are the top ten articles for the Cajun & Creole Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Differences Between Cajun, Creole, And Soul Food
Every wonder what the basic differences are between these flavorful American Cuisines? My simple definitions will explain a few of the basic differences along with a little cultural history.
2. Corn Maque Choux Recipe
A spicy corn side dish, Maque Choux, was probably first introduced to the Frenc settlers by the Native Americans.
3. Cajun Sweet Corn Pudding Recipe
Cajun Sweet Corn Pudding combines sweet, delicious corn, fresh cream, a hint of spice and smoky bacon for a side dish that is so delicious youíll wonder why you donít prepare it more often.
4. Cajun Blackened Fish Recipe
Perfect for redfish, tilefish, red snapper or even salmon or tuna steaks, this Cajun Blackened Fish Recipe is easy to make.
5. Sweet Potato Praline Casserole
Delicious casserole recipe featuring sweet potatoes & pralines in a sweet souffle.
6. French Market Style Coffee Recipes
If you are looking for a new coffee drink, give these old Southern favorites a try.
7. Bayou Coleslaw Recipe
Tired of boring coleslaw? Try Bayou Slaw instead! This tangy nouveau Cajun style coleslaw is a real crowd pleaser.
8. Cajun Shrimp and Corn Bisque
Cajun Shrimp and Corn Bisque is a splendid way to utilize fresh summer corn and flavorful fresh shrimp. For professional results, prepare homemade shrimp stock in advance (recipe included).
9. Eggs Sardou
Classic and Elegant, Eggs Sardou is a French Creole egg entree created by Antoine's Restaurant. Learn more about this unique dish and its creator. Explore links to some delicious recipes for preparing Eggs Sardou in your own kitchen.
10. Mastering A Basic Roux
Making a real Louisiana Roux takes a bit of time, but is well worth it. Use a well seasoned cast iron skillet for best results!
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