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Crawfish Etouffee' #8152881 02/02/21 08:55 PM
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Recently I saw a Cajun Ninja video on making Crawfish Etouffee'. Last night I assembled the ingredients for my first attempt. Just in case it was a bust I made a half recipe.

It was delicious, but very time consuming. Definitely not something to attempt to throw together when in a hurry. The vegetables are cooked long enough so that they begin to caramelized and break down. I am sure that the caramelized vegetables contributed greatly to the overall flavor of the dish.

I used a home made salt free Cajun seasoning mix in making the dish. So at the end of the cooking I needed to add a bit more salt than called for in the recipe.

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Last edited by TLoving; 02/02/21 09:03 PM. Reason: Double posting.

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Re: Crawfish Etouffee' [Re: TLoving] #8152898 02/02/21 09:07 PM
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Looks great. The caramelization of your vegatables is where it’s at, especially the onions.

I have a quick etouffee recipe somewhere, if I can find it I’ll share it with you. Been a few years since I’ve used it, so don’t remember from memory. It’s good though, and fast.

Re: Crawfish Etouffee' [Re: TLoving] #8152900 02/02/21 09:09 PM
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For some reason I cannot get the final product to post.

When I try to upload the photo I see a partial banner for TEXAS HUNTING FORUM.

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Re: Crawfish Etouffee' [Re: TLoving] #8152906 02/02/21 09:12 PM
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Looks good. Got a plan for later in the week, to do a shrimp one!

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Couldn't get enough, looks great !


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Re: Crawfish Etouffee' [Re: TLoving] #8152986 02/02/21 10:01 PM
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OK, here's that quick etouffe recipe I was talking about. I prefer making mine about like The Cajun Ninja's, but this recipe here is faster since you're subbing Cream of Mushroom Soup for the roux. First time I heard this recipe I said, C'mon man lol......but don't knock it till you try it, it's pretty good. Came in handy after working late. Of course, can also use shrimp, or a combination of either with lump crab meat. Think I'll make this again tomorrow actually....

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Only way I will eat crawfish. I hate picking them out. chef


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Re: Crawfish Etouffee' [Re: TLoving] #8156347 02/05/21 01:24 AM
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I made some too last night with some fried hominy, and fried up some smoked deer sausage to go with that bread.

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Looks amazing!

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Love Etouffee' but hard pass on hominy sick


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Originally Posted by bobcat1
Love Etouffee' but hard pass on hominy sick



Try it fried in bacon grease with caramelized onions & butter/crisp bacon/garlic and some seasoning.

My brother said the same thing yesterday.

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You could fry my dog’s turds in bacon grease with caramelized onions & butter/crisp bacon/garlic and I’ll make me a sammich!! And probably ask for seconds!


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Thank you Lord for the chance to cook food for those that you love.

TLoving, I would absolutely eat that etouffe!!!! Looks awesome and I bet I'd be snoring pretty hard after eating two bowls of that.

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
OK, here's that quick etouffe recipe I was talking about. I prefer making mine about like The Cajun Ninja's, but this recipe here is faster since you're subbing Cream of Mushroom Soup for the roux. First time I heard this recipe I said, C'mon man lol......but don't knock it till you try it, it's pretty good. Came in handy after working late. Of course, can also use shrimp, or a combination of either with lump crab meat. Think I'll make this again tomorrow actually....

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Thanks for posting your recipe. I will try your version someday since it appears to be a lot faster from start to finish than the recipe I used.


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