Trying to impress the neighbors.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Ok, so I'm having a progressive dinner with our neighbors on Friday and the party starts at our place. I'm supposed to serve the appetizers, but I have no idea what to serve!!

The main course is some sort of gumbo/jambalaya at our Louisiana native neighbors house.

What should I make? If we were having Mexican food, I could totally take this, but cajun/seafood? I don't have a clue.

Somebody please send me a recipe!


6 comments:

The LaJeunesse Family said...

I googled cajun appetizers and found tons! here are my favs!

Baked Crab Dip

http://www.cajun-recipes.com/html/appetizer/40009.htm


Crab Won-Tons


http://www.cajun-recipes.com/html/appetizer/40021.htm

ty said...

I'm emailing you two ... they've both got Cajun flair! One is a crawfish cheesecake (don't judge) and one is for corn and crab fritters. Hope they help!

Lyr said...

I make this taco dip that is to die for. If you want it, email me! :)

Lindsay said...

ooohh, i have really good and easy app...they are called crabbies.

it is a paula deen recipe. if you can't find it online let me know and i will send it to you.

Tara Gibson said...

crawfish bread!!!!


Crawfish bread
one pkg of crawfish
half chopped onion
1 red bell pepper
1 yellow bell pepper
1 pkg colby jack cheese
2 cresent rolls
Cayenne pepper

Saute the pepers and onion, add the crawfish and red pepper to taste, and cook for 5-7 min. Add cheese.

Place one cresent roll on pan, then put filling inside, cover with the other cresent roll. Cut three slits and cover with sea salt. Bake at 375 for about 20 min or until done.

yummy! : )

Lindsay said...

i forgot to mention if you make the crabbies, you can actually use the immitation crab meat (you can find it with the tuna) and i also put the mixture on english muffins split in half.

hope you have a great time!

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