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It may not be as famous as seafood gumbo or jambalaya, but you can get that great flavor of New Orleans and the Deep South in easy-to-make casserole form, too. This Cajun Shrimp & Cornbread Casserole has all of those great savory tastes with just the right amount of spice for a little kick.
And you will be amazed how quickly you can put this together! It’s hard to beat a casserole for convenience, and I have always loved the cuisine of the Deep South (call it a bit of a bias for “home”).
This recipe combines the two in a nice way that I hadn’t tried, and I was very happy with the results. If you like cornbread, you really should try this! My family loved it, and now they’re demanding I make it at least once a month!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Recipe.com.
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Quick tip: If you’re allergic to seafood, try using chicken instead of shrimp.