5 Cajun Recipes for a Sumptuous Flair in the Kitchen
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Who's up for a little French flair whilst enjoying a hint of wine on the sides? Think of a three-pot affair and you're going to come up with two words: Cajun Cuisine that was named after the French-speaking "Acadian" people who settled in Louisiana. An authentic cuisine comprises of a main dish, a deliciously steamed rice and topped with a heaven of vegetables. If you're already thinking of who to invite over for dinner, then check out our top 5 Cajun food recipes to whip up below. Bon appétit!
Crunchy Cajun Chicken
Jamie Oliver knows that a crunchy Cajun chicken is all it takes to make things extra special in the kitchen. It's an easy dish to prepare and can make for up to four servings in one sitting. Packed with plenty of flavour, this "Crunchy Cajun Chicken" recipe is the ultimate go-to meal. See full recipe here.
Grilled Cajun Shrimp Skewers
Can you believe this "Grilled Cajun Shrimp Skewers" recipe can make up to eight servings? It only takes about twenty minutes to prepare with five minutes worth of marinating the shrimps for a packed full of flavour. You can opt to add a hint of vegetables or any salad greens for a healthy and delicious meal all at once. See full recipe here.
Cajun Seafood Boil
Louisiana is known primarily for their Cajun cuisine, and this "Cajun Seafood Boil" recipe is one that's going to knock your socks off in one single taste. Its spicy ingredient is what adds the punch for a more flavourful serving. Best paired with beer while you're at it! See full recipe here.
Pickled Shrimp with Satsuma Orange
What's not to love about shrimps decked with satsumas and Korean chile flakes? Chef Justin Devillier of La Petite Grocery advices to substitute tangerines or anything citrus-y with something that fits your liking. This dish is going to take you a total of 25 minutes to whip up. Yum! See full recipe here.
Cajun Crawfish Salad
This "Cajun Crawfish Salad" recipe is best served with cooked and chopped crawfish, or you can choose to substitute it with shrimps, too. It's the perfect dish to cap off a stressful night with its sumptuous scent and taste. See full recipe here.
In addition, London has its own growing crowd of cajun style restaurants, too. If you're looking to try out this flavourful cuisine which highlights onion, bell pepper and celery, then tick this off on your restaurant go-to list:
The Blues Kitchen Camden
Location: 111-113 Camden High St, London NW1 7JN, United Kingdom
Cottons Notting Hill
Location: 157-159 Notting Hill Gate W11 3LF, United Kingdom
The Beachcomber Bar
Location: 86 Queensway, London W2 3RR, United Kingdom
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