Sep 14, 2010

Shrimp Etouffe'/Gumbo

I tried another recipe from Tasty Kitchen and it was awesome!! I started off making the "Shrimp Etouffe' Easy and Delicious" recipe and then started adding leftovers.

I had shrimp in the freezer and searched the easy recipes (by rating) on TK. The 10 minute cook time and 15 minute prep really caught my eye. I didn't like that there wasn't a picture, but I went out on a limb and tried it. It seemed easy enough and with a 6 week old baby girl, I need easy and fast.

I steamed some brown rice in our rice cooker. I LOVE our rice cooker.

Anyway, I started the rice and began preparing the recipe.
prepping Shrimp Homemade Shrimp Etouffe'/Gumbo

 Slicing Onions for Homemade Shrimp Etouffe'/Gumbo

I realized I still had frozen okra from the garden in the freezer - so I added a bag of it and cooked it for about 8-10 minutes.

After adding the shrimp, I remembered we had an ear of grilled cajun corn leftover - so I quickly cut off the kernels and added those.

Then it was time to add the sauces.

Stir it all up, serve on rice, and voila, it's ready to eat!
Homemade Shrimp Etouffe'/Gumbo


  1. I found your blog because I follow your sisters, but I am now obsessed with your blog too! I am from south Louisiana and I can send you a real gumbo recipe and a real shrimp etouffee recipe. Send me your email and I can hook you up with my mom's recipe for both.

    My first question for you is would you prefer a recipe for either:
    seafood gumbo
    chicken and sausage gumbo

    C. Tyler

  2. Ok, Caroline, I'm totally emailing you for those recipes! Thanks for stopping by and for the sweet comment!

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