"Etouffee" Cuisine Tip by maestrousmc
Cuisine, New Orleans: 26 reviews and 19 photos
Favorite thing: Definition: A standard in any New Orleans kitchen - home or commercial. A spicy and delicious Cajun stew traditionally made with crawfish, vegetables and a dark roux though sometimes the crawfish is substituted with shrimp or (yikes) chicken. Warning: some may consider this blasphemous. Étouffée is usually served over rice. The word comes from the French étouffer, which means to smother.
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