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Recipes by Michelle M

Croquignoles

Croquignoles

This is the Cajun version of New Orleans beignets. While I prefer beignets, croquignoles can be made much faster. Beignets are made from a yeast…

Feb 2010
Intermediate
4 votes
3422 views
Smothered Pork Chops

Smothered Pork Chops

Feb 2010
Intermediate
5 votes
3119 views
Purple Passion

Purple Passion

This is an old school frozen dessert I learned from my mother-in-law. It's not sophisticated, but is easy and great fun for kids to make (although…

Apr 2010
Intermediate
2 votes
2146 views
Chicken or Rabbit Fricassee

Chicken or Rabbit Fricassee

Feb 2010
Intermediate
1 vote
1375 views
Favorite String Beans

Favorite String Beans

Like the title says, this is my favorite way to eat 'em!

Feb 2010
Intermediate
1 vote
691 views
Butter Dips

Butter Dips

A little bit biscuit. A little bit breadstick. No yeast is involved so these can be made relatively quickly. For me, the highlight is playing…

Mar 2010
Intermediate
1 vote
787 views
BBQ Shrimp

BBQ Shrimp

New Orleans style BBQ Shrimp...no grilling here! This is shrimp cooked shell-on in a rich, buttery, flavorful sauce. The link below includes some…

Mar 2010
Intermediate
1 vote
825 views
Shrimp Creole

Shrimp Creole

Mar 2010
Intermediate
2 votes
1411 views
Corn Maque Chou

Corn Maque Chou

This corn dish is a hybrid of Cajun and Native American cooking. It's best to use fresh corn, but canned or frozen corn along with creamed corn can…

Feb 2010
Intermediate
3 votes
1987 views
Trout Amandine

Trout Amandine

One of my favorite ways to eat trout. Where I'm from, we use speckled trout caught in the marshes and coastal waters of Louisiana. Tilapia or…

Feb 2010
Intermediate
2 votes
1015 views