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 First you make a roux

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BhamBabe

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  • Location: Mandeville, LA
First you make a roux Wed, 08/15/07 12:55 PM (permalink)
Well, not the first thing.

First you cut up everything. Andouille, okra, onions, celery and ham.



Then you cook the andouille



Then the ham



THEN make a roux. Which is not as dark as I usually make it. It was flipping hot and I didn't care to stir any longer



Add your trinity, though in my case it's a duo as I can't get the boy to eat peppers



Let that cook a min then slowly add some broth to your roux. Once mixed a bit I then add it to my bigger stock pot and the rest of the broth. I then add my okra. When that is almost done I add shrimp.



Cook a tetch more then serve with file over rice that your spouse was nice enough to steam for you. Meh, I didn't drain enough of the grease from the meat off so it's a touch greasy, but I certainly didn't care.



and we like bread with ours.



Earlier in the day, if you are a good woman such as myself, you ran out and picked fresh figs and made this for dessert, served with gingered whipped cream



 
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