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Kajungee
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South ,Section 6 Row N
Member since Mar 2004
15870 posts

re: Best way to cook Andouille other than in a gumbo?

I can't see throwing good Andouille on the grill.
True Andouille already has a great heavy smoked flavor and would to me be to dry off the grill.

Try
Gumbo
Jambalaya
Bean
Baked beans
Cooked w Cabbage
With a cream sauce over pasta
Corn Maque Choux
Corn and crab bisque
Gris Gris Shrimp and Andouille Muffin Cakes which were great by the way.

Makes a great baked Mac and Cheese


Should I go on ?



pochejp
LSU Fan
Gonzales, Louisiana
Member since Jan 2007
6262 posts

re: Best way to cook Andouille other than in a gumbo?
quote:

I can't see throwing good Andouille on the grill.
True Andouille already has a great heavy smoked flavor and would to me be to dry off the grill.

Try
Gumbo
Jambalaya
Bean
Baked beans
Cooked w Cabbage
With a cream sauce over pasta
Corn Maque Choux
Corn and crab bisque
Gris Gris Shrimp and Andouille Muffin Cakes which were great by the way.

Makes a great baked Mac and Cheese


Excellent advise.


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TigerTatorTots
LSU Fan
Mandeville, LA
Member since Jul 2009
68844 posts

re: Best way to cook Andouille other than in a gumbo?
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Makes a great baked Mac and Cheese

oooooooo this is good. I will make a good Andouille Mac


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