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Could I Please Have This For Every Meal, For The Rest Of The Year?
Before we get started, I have to say that I’ve never been to Louisiana. It’s one of those places I’ve always dreamed of going, but for one reason or another it hasn’t happened yet. I have plenty of friends, though, who’ve been there more than once – and they all tell me the food is amazing. I bet it really is! And I always try to find recipes that would take me there (without even leaving my kitchen).
Hopefully some day soon I’ll be able to visit Louisiana and enjoy those wonderful meals! Until then, this is one of my favorite recipes that I believe has a very authentic flavor. The key thing is to use good quality seafood!
Some people tell me a good gumbo should be so spicy that your lips are on fire – others say that you’re not supposed to make gumbo too hot and spicy. I’m not sure if there’s a right or wrong but I prefer mine with a little bit of kick! With this recipe, that’s totally up to you.
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Quick Tip: You can find file powder in the seasoning section of most well-stocked grocery stores.