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Creole sauce #7636632 10/19/19 03:21 PM
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My neighbor gave me a package of shrimp fresh off of the boat yesterday. Gave me a hankering for shrimp creole. Not up to all the chopping. Don't ordinary keep celery at home. Wondered it there was a store bought sauce like all the spaghetti sauces. Found this. Thoughts?

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Re: Creole sauce [Re: bill oxner] #7636658 10/19/19 03:57 PM
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I didn't know you could buy creole sauce in a jar but I'd give it a try.


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Re: Creole sauce [Re: bill oxner] #7636673 10/19/19 04:18 PM
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Give it a try and report back


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Re: Creole sauce [Re: bill oxner] #7636734 10/19/19 06:03 PM
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I no longer process tomatoes from my garden but froze several pints of creole/étouffée sauce each year when I did.

Re: Creole sauce [Re: kmon1] #7639291 10/22/19 10:56 PM
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Originally Posted by kmon1
Give it a try and report back



Here you go. Those shrimp were at least a 24 count. I'm stuffed. Plan to make four more meals with the leftovers. I generally add cayenne to any Cajun sauce. Glad I tasted it first. It was fine right out of the jar. I'm always confused about the difference between shrimp Creole and shrimp étouffée. I did make a little roux.

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Walmart only had one creole sauce. Here you go.


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Looks great Mr. Oxner!

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up looks good

my understanding is Shrimp creole often adds tomatoes as its base while etouffee uses a roux for its base.


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Re: Creole sauce [Re: PMK] #7639814 10/23/19 02:26 PM
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Originally Posted by PMK
up looks good

my understanding is Shrimp creole often adds tomatoes as its base while etouffee uses a roux for its base.



I sort of mixed it up.

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