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Cajun Red Beans and Rice is the signature dish of Louisiana if there ever was one. This boldly spiced, thick, and hearty stew suits all seasons, moods, and meals. It’s easy understand the timeless appeal of such humble ingredients once you’ve experienced it for yourself. The original version often included sausage or ham, but it’s …

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A simple yet explosively flavorful homemade cajun seasoning perfect for spicing up your recipes and adding authentic creole inspired flavor. Try in this Dirty Rice, Cajun Honey Butter Salmon, Cajun Salmon Alfredo, and Cajun Stuffed Chicken. Cajun spice on everything!  That’s my motto. I love the flexibility and flavor associated with this recipe.  And it couldn’t be …

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I love Thanksgiving dressing, but I don’t like the taste of regular bread in the original dish. So, if you’re looking for a stuffing alternative without bread, this Jiffy cornbread dressing (stuffing) is the best option. It uses cornbread instead of bread and has so much flavor. It’s easy to prep and takes less than …

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Slow cooker green bean casserole is a fuss-free version of a classic dish. Free up your oven this holiday season and make this famous side dish in the Crock-Pot.  What Is Green Bean Casserole Green bean casserole is a popular American side dish that’s become a Thanksgiving standard in homes across America. The recipe originated …

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Make Southern-style collard greens with smoked turkey legs in less than 45 minutes (start to finish) using this easy pressure cooker collard greens recipe. Learn how to make this classic side dish faster with a handful of common ingredients. Plus, I’ll give you tips to eliminate collard greens’ bitterness. Don’t have a pressure cooker? Make …

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