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Crawfish Dumplings

Crawfish Dumpling Stew

Buttoni's Crawfish Dumpling Stew with Cajun Seafood Spice Blend _ WOW! I found a fantastic way to shake up my glucomannan dumplings! This is restaurant tasty as far as I’m concerned. Not many recipes strike me that way, either!

Crawfish Spread: 3 T butter  3/4 c finely diced onion   3/4 c finely diced celery  4 garlic cloves, minced  2 T salt-free seasoning blend 1/2 tea.cayenne pepper  8 oz peeled, cooked crawfish tails, finely chopped 1 (8-oz.) pkg cream cheese, softened  *Melt butter in a small skillet over medium-high heat. Add onion, celery, & garlic; sauté 5 minutes or until onion & celery are tender. Add seasoning blend & pepper & saute 30 seconds. Combine veg. & crawfish tails & add softened cream cheese…

Spicy Crawfish Spread

Spicy Crawfish Spread - Serve this sassy Cajun spread with corn chips or crackers. Good recipe for left over crawfish after a crawfish boil!

Crawfish Enchiladas, Cooking Light.  Another favorite.

Crawfish Enchiladas

Cajun Delights: Spicy Crawfish Enchiladas + Cajun Margaritas Now that I have had Dudley's Cajun Cafe's fabulous Crawfish Enchiladas I doubt there would be any comparison but I'm going to have to try and see!

Texas-Style Crawfish Boil | Roll up your sleeves and crank the music for the South's ultimate springtime feast. Chef Tim Byres celebrates crawfish season with a Texas-style

Crawfish Boil with a Texas Twist

Roll up your sleeves and crank the music for the South's ultimate springtime feast. Chef Tim Byres celebrates crawfish season with a Texas twist

Cajun Dipping Sauce

Cajun Dipping Sauce

Shrimp or Crawfish Beignets with Cajun Dipping Sauce - One of our favorite Mardi Gras cajun dishes. They are great as an appetizer or a main course with dirty rice

Louisiana Crawfish Etouffee Recipe ~ Popular around the state, étouffée literally means "smothered." This rich Creole dish can be prepared with crawfish or shrimp and is served over rice.

Louisiana Crawfish Etouffee Recipe ~ Popular around the state, étouffée literally means "smothered." This rich Creole dish can be prepared with crawfish or shrimp and is served over rice. My sob makes a mean etouffe'e

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