New Orleans Style Crawfish Étouffée...The term étouffée literally means, “smothered.” It is a cooking method of cooking something smothered in a blanket of chopped vegetables over a low flame in a tightly covered pan. Crawfish and shrimp étouffées are delicious New Orleans specialties.
Crawfish enchiladas - 1/4 lbs (1 stick) unsalted butter, 1 c finely chopped onions, 1 c canned green chiles chopped, 3/4 c finely chopped green bell peppers, seasoning, 1/2 tsp minced garlic, 3 c heavy cream, 1 c sour cream, 8 c grated Monterey Jack cheese or other white cheese (2 lbs), 2 lbs peeled crawfish tails, 2/3 c finely chopped green onions, 1/2 cup cooking oil, 20 (6in) corn tortillas
Crawfish Velveeta Fettuccine ***i've been making this for so many years now i don't even remember where i got the recipe (about 13 years now). so..for all my friends and family that have enjoyed my "specialty" here is the recipe. fyi...the sauce without the noodles is DELICIOUS as a steak topper
This traditional New Orleans recipe was handed down by my mother. Made from scratch, the simplicity is what makes it delicious and a favorite in homes and restaurants. Just remember to always used Louisiana crawfish tails, NEVER Chinese crawfish! Many people think that New Orleans food is spicy hot, but that's not true. Many tourist area restaurants over-spice their foods, thus giving Cajun food a wrong image. Real New Orleans cooks season their dishes with the Holy Trinity, (onion, celery…