Recipe by Heather W.
"I am from Louisiana and one of the specialty dishes here is Crawfish Etouffee. This is a simple dish with bold flavor. Enjoy!"
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long grain white rice
green bell pepper, chopped
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of mushroom soup
water, or as needed
salt and black pepper to taste
cayenne pepper to taste
peeled crawfish tails
Very Good!!! Quick and simple. I used Tony's seasoning.
I followed this to the letter, except I doubled the recipe. If you do choose to double it, do NOT add double the water, just add as needed. Mine came out too watery, so it didn't have as much flavor as it should. I think this did need some Cajun spice added to it. I sprinkled Zatarain's Cajun season blend on individual servings. Good basic recipe!
this was pretty good, i too am a louisiana girl, from New Orleans and i added a dash of crab boil and Tony C's to this recipe. it was pretty good
I had an etouffee dish in Houston 10 years ago. I have always ordered etouffee when I could find it on the menu at home in Ohio, it was never the same. This was really close, so happy I tried this recipe. Did some tweaking, can't find real crawfish in Ohio so I substituted Langostinos. I don't have cajun seasoning so I used Old Bay sprinkled on plus a dash or two of cayenne and a little pepper. Tasted and thought I needed more pepper, accidentally opened the wrong side and dumped a good teaspoon of pepper into the dish, it was perfect! I like spicy but not super hot. I used the mushroom garlic soup and used the minced roasted garlic in a jar. This was fabulous! Thank you!
This was great! I left out the black/cayenne pepper and used Tony's cajun seasoning in it's place. We are used to more gravy so we added a can of cream of celery soup also. We cooked our rice in a rice pot/cooker. This will def be added to our regular menu. Would be good with shrimp also! Thanks!!!!
Very Good, the only change I made was to add Rotel-Mild. My wife says it is the best she has ever had, can't get enough. Very good over a Rib-eye.
This was a very quick and easy etouffee recipe. My husband and I had to add some hot sauce to it, but it was perfect for my 6 yr. old.
Very simple to make with only about ten minutes of prep work. I ended up using about 1/2 teaspoon of cayenne, with 1/2 tsp pepper/salt. Delicious, and well received at dinner.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Heather's Crawfish Etouffee
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 259
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