Get Every Bit of that Down South Flavor Like a True Louisiana Native with This Tantalizing Slow Cooker Dish
I’ve been to a few Cajun festivals in my time, and even had friends from Louisiana cook up some amazing dishes like Jambalaya and Dirty Rice. Creole is another one of my favorites and it’s never quite right when I attempt to make it, that is until this crock pot recipe which I put in my recipe tin IMMEDIATELY upon eating the first bowl. That’s how good this recipe is! The whole family agreed, it had just the right amount of spice and the shrimp were the perfect consistency.
It’s rare to come across a recipe that has everything like the authentic version. I felt the same way about my slow cooker carnitas recipe. So, it was a happy night in the household and we all finished dinner feeling more than satisfied. I suggest putting some creole spice on the table, or at least some Old Bay so that those who like extra spicy can sprinkle it on, but I thought it was amazing without.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Food Network
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Quick Tip: To save time, get some shrimp that are both peeled and deveined.