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Cajun Gumbo Mixes and Ready-to-Serve Chicken & Sausage Gumbo
1 Fryer Chicken, cut up
1 1/2lbs. Andouille Sausage
1/2 Cup Oil
1/2 Cup Flour
2 Cups Chopped Onion
1/2 Cup Chopped Bell Pepper
1 Cup Chopped Celery
6 Cups Chicken Stock
3 Cloves Garlic, Minced
Salt & Pepper
In a heavy Dutch oven, brown chicken and set aside. In same pot, make a dark brown roux with remaining oil and flour. Add onions and brown. Add bell pepper and celery. Cook 5 more minutes. Add stock, garlic, and seasonings (to taste) except for file powder. Bring to a boil, then turn to simmer. Add chicken and
andouille sausage and simmer for 2 or 3 hours. Serve over boiled rice. Garnish with green onion and parsley. Add file pwder at the table
Supplies on our Website
File: The secret ingredient that makes "Gumbo" into "File Gumbo".
Now this classic New Orleans seasoning is available on our website.
Andouille Sausage: An essential ingredient for Chicken & Sausage Gumbo. We think you'll love Comeaux's flavorful smoked Andouille sausage, and their other specialty Cajun Boudins & Sausages.
Rose Aromatic Rice: If you're looking for a great Cajun rice.
Creole Rose is without a doubt the very best rice that we've ever tasted!
Kary's Creole Roux. This 'Ready-To-Go' Creole Roux has all the Cajun flavor without the trouble of preparation.
Cajun Country Cookin': This is the cookbook where we found the Chicken & Andouille
File Gumbo recipe.
The Bayou Classic Skillet Set is very popular in these parts.
This 3-Piece Cast Iron set includes 6", 8" and 10" skillets. And they're equally at home in your kitchen or your own backyard.
This Cast Iron Cookware is ideal for frying fish, chicken, hushpuppies, and french fries. Grill steaks, fajitas, vegetables, pancakes, eggs and bacon.
Also, if you'd like to savor one of our great gumbo mixes rather than starting from
scratch, we've got two great suggestions:
Papaul's Gumbo with Roux mix
Gumbo Mix with Rice
Or how about a delicious Ready-to-Eat
Cajun Gumbo delivered to your door from one of Louisiana's best Cajun kitchens?
Finally, why not serve your gumbo in a set of Louisiana