The Biloxi Cajun Cookbook
This cookbook covers not only Cajun-style cooking but has many old Southern recipes as well. There are even some special spicy recipes from around the world. The amounts of spicy seasoning have been measured for average hot taste. If you like it hotter, all you do is increase the amount of seasoning. If it is too hot, then cut back on the seasoning the next time you make it. Crawfish, often called Mud-Bugs because of where they are normally found, are used in many dishes. They can be added to any dish that has seafood in it. They can be substituted for shrimp or crab meat. Once they have been boiled and the heads removed, they can be used whole or the meat can be removed from the shell and placed in the recipe. Once the crawfish is boiled, the REAL MUD-BUG LOVER will take the head, turn it around and Suck- the-Head to get that special flavor only GOURMETS love.
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½ cup ½ cup chopped ½ cup sugar ½ lb ½ tsp ¼ cup ¼ tsp ¾ cup 30 minutes 350 degrees baking dish Beat egg beef bell pepper Biloxi Cajun Garlic black pepper boil boneless bowl Cajun Garlic Sauce cayenne pepper celery chicken breasts chicken broth chopped parsley cinnamon cloves garlic Combine cookie Cool crabmeat Crawfish cream cheese cup butter cup chopped onions cup flour cup milk cup water diced tomatoes Drain Duncan Hines egg whites fish ginger green onions hot sauce inch lemon juice margarine marinade meat medium heat melted butter minced mixture olive oil oregano oven parsley pasta pecans peel pepper ½ pepper 2 Tbsp pork red pepper reduce heat refrigerate remaining ingredients Remove from heat salt ½ tsp salt and pepper saucepan sausage Sauté Serve shrimp simmer skillet sliced sprinkle steak sweet potatoes syrup Tbsp vanilla vinegar Worcestershire sauce