A New Orleans staple, gumbo blends a multitude of ingredients. From Creole-style gumbo to the famous gumbo with herbs, these easy recipes showcase dozens of gumbo variations -- and each is a tribute to old-fashioned Southern cooking.
Add a bit of the bayou--okra, seafood, and tongue-tingling spices--to your menu with this Cajun stew.
Ready-to-go products like Cajun-style stewed tomatoes and cooked seafood make everything easy and foolproof in this 30-minute gumbo.
Spunky Cajun seasoning, velvety black beans and colorful vegetables keep this Cajun-Seasoned Vegetarian Gumbo lively, loaded and interesting. There's plenty of saucy liquid to flavor accompanying rice.
The full flavor of catfish is a good choice for this well-seasoned fish dinner recipe.
A smoky touch of paprika differentiates this chicken and chorizo recipe from the gumbo crowd.
Normally an all-day affair, we hit the fast forward button on gumbo by mixing bouillon cubes with garlic, cayenne and other aromatic ingredients.
Gumbo is from an African word for okra, one of the two thickeners used for this Cajun stew. The other is file powder, a Louisiana seasoning made from ground sassafras leaves.
This low-calorie recipe includes everything necessary to call this Cajun recipe a gumbo--except the fat-laden roux.
This Cajun-inspired soup recipe is served over rice and topped with sliced green onions. Serve with bottled hot pepper sauce to liven up the dish.
Add a little French flair to your table with this shrimp, scallop, mussel, and whitefish-loaded soup. Check fresh mussels carefully before adding to the broth and discard any mussels that gap open and do not close when tapped lightly with a finger.
Browning the flour gives the gumbo its distinctive rich color and flavor.
Toss canned and frozen vegetables in your slow cooker with Cajun spices, then serve over warm rice.
This seafood version of the classic Italian soup uses shrimp, pasta, beans, and tomatoes. Serve this healthy 30-minute recipe when time is short.
This slow cooker recipe of classic Creole gumbo browns the flour in a skillet without fat so the final recipe has only 230 calories and 5 grams of fat per serving.