Cajun Chicken Sausage and Rice
Try this quick and easy approach to making Cajun Chicken Sausage and Rice to see if the flavoring of the deep South is one that appeals to you. For me, it is the best tasting food in the world. I have to limit my time there when I visit the South because the one pound a day weight gain from indulging in all the fabulous dishes is impossible to avoid. To go to the great state of Louisiana is to eat, and eat well. Even the smallest of diners has food that melts your toes. It is hard to stop eating it; actually, it is impossible to stop eating it. The crab cakes! Chicory coffee! Beignets! The puddings! It simply does not stop. The culture has created its own method of cooking using a variety of roux that rivals French cuisine.
This quick dish gives a brief introduction to the wonderful world of Southern cooking. A more traditional Cajun meal might start with the triumvirate of onions, celery and green pepper, and possibly a beautiful roux, then add every meat in the house to the dish—and lots of it. Here the Cajun meal is made a bit simpler and lighter, and is a perfect way to try your hand at easy Cajun cooking.
Cajun Chicken Sausage and Rice, as made here, provides a wonderfully balanced and fabulously delicious meal that your family will just adore. Try it soon to get a feeling for what Cajun food can taste like. From here, progress to crab cakes and other seafood dishes that Cajun is so famous for. Move on to Creole and blackened foods and other cultural delights that make this culture’s foods famous around the world. Splurge at least once at the restaurants of Paul Prudhomme or Emeril and see why everyone loves a Cajun meal. Enjoy!
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