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 Southern staple gets new flavor! Creole For The Soul gives this hearty, fibrous and popular vegetable recipe blends a savory chicken-type flavor with Creole seasoning for a truly tasty dish.
Tony Chachere’s is the Official Louisiana Cookin’ Test Kitchen Seasoning partner. As part of the partnership, the Test Kitchen whipped up these Deviled Eggs with Quick-Pickled Okra. The chefs in the Test Kitchen say the pickled okra brine gives a delicious acidity to these deviled eggs.
As Kait’s Kitchen says, “These Jalapeño Corn Fritters are simple enough to have as a weeknight dinner side dish and impressive enough to serve to friends as an appetizer.” With Tony’s More Spice Seasoning, you get the kick of Creole flavor with less of the salt!
This perfect summer salad treat by Chef Cory Bahr brings together the sweetness of watermelon and honey with the Creole flavors on one Tony’s ingredient you probably wouldn’t think to use on a salad – Supreme Creole Crab Boil! This will soon be your favorite summer appetizer or side.
It’s a street corn with a Creole twist! This Creole Street Corn by Chef Virginia Willis was a huge hit at the St. Augustine Food & Wine Festival and is sure to be a hit with your next backyard BBQ.
Summer vegetables, black beans and Creole rice mix with a Creole chimichurri sauce for the most flavorful and delicious side dish. In Fine Taste says this Cowboy Rice Salad is a bowl full of “fresh, bright flavors!”
Take your backyard BBQ to the next level with this Grilled Marinated Creole Corn by Our Countertop. Just marinate the corn, then grill them up and every bite will be bursting with delicious Creole flavor!
Shrimp, andouille sausage and Creole seasoned rice rolled up together and covered in a crispy, crunchy batter … if you love jambalaya, Baking Beauty says you’re going to absolutely love it deep fried!
Kick this popular appetizer up a notch with Creole flavor! These Fried Pickles with Cajun Aoili by Eat For Cheap have a creamy, tart taste that’s so good you won’t be able to eat just one.