This one-pot meal is the perfect busy weeknight meal. Creole For The Soul says the buttery and Creole flavored pork chops combined with fried Creole potatoes make for a very filling and tasty dinner.
This popular side dish is now a full and flavorful meal! These Creamy Creole Loaded Potatoes by MandaJessPanda are the perfect meal, with sausage, shrimp, and Creole seasoning, they are truly loaded with flavor.
This crispy fried chicken is delicious and light … perfect for any night of the week! Tangy, crisp and crunchy, My Diary of Us says this meal is a delicious combination of flavors and textures in every bite.
Soft, crunchy, savory, and cheesy, these Surf ‘N’ Turf Crunchwraps by Eat For Cheap are a flavorful and fun meal, perfect for lunch or dinner. Change out the proteins and make them different each time!
To inject or not to inject, that’s the question. Grillin’ Fools decided to do an experiment and took two very similar pork butts and cooked them identically, except they injected one of them with Tony’s Roasted Garlic and Herb Injectable Marinade.
The results from Grillin’ Fools:
“The injected shoulder was chosen every time! It was a landslide! The injected should had a distinct garlic and herb flavor, thanks to Tony’s Roasted Garlic and Herb Injectable Marinade. It wasn’t overpowering. It still allowed the pork to shine through, but it was there; and the one that was not injected tasted extremely bland on the inside comparatively. It was a complete slam dunk! Three for three … the flavor, juiciness and tenderness were all better on the injected pork but, and it wasn’t close. The outer inch or so of the one that wasn’t injected with the bark was on par with the injected pork butt, but once we got deeper into the shoulder the injection proved to be almost life changing. I know that sounds a little over the top, but the difference was that startling. I will never not inject again!”
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Tony Chachere’s is the Official Louisiana Cookin’ Test Kitchen Seasoning partner. As part of the partnership, the Test Kitchen cooked up these Cochon de Lait Po’ Boys. The chefs in the Test Kitchen say the tender pork, crusty French bread, and creamy, tangy coleslaw make these po’ boys a delicious treat.
Super delicious and super easy to make, these Not So Sloppy Joe BBQ Burgers by Love Jane are loaded with Creole flavor thanks to Tony’s 30-Minute Burger Marinade.
Combine smokey flavors with Creole seasoning and a pop of remoulade and you have an incredibly juicy and tasty smoked burger. Burger Master George Motz says these Smoked Tony Burgers are something very special that you’ll want at all of your BBQs.
This simple ribeye steak is more creamy and savory than any you’ve had before. Firehouse Grub fired up the grill and created this Creole Ribeye with Mushroom Cream Sauce you will love, with an intense flavor and less salt.
A new “spin” on surf ‘n’ turf bring a new level of flavor to your next dinner! These Surf ‘N’ Turf Pinwheels by Firehouse Grub are cheesy, savory, fresh and full of Creole flavors … the perfect combination for the most delicious dinner.