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Chicken Étouffée


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Ingredients

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Creole Spice

  • 1 level teaspoon black pepper, ground
  • 1 level teaspoon white pepper, ground
  • 1 level teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • 1/2 level teaspoon thyme, dried
  • 1/4 level teaspoon mustard powder
  • 1/4 level teaspoon ground mace
  • 1 leaf bayleaf, finely crumbled

Chicken Étouffée

  • Sm bunch parsley
  • 1/2 portion onion large
  • 40 g Celery
  • 40 g capsicum, red or green
  • 65 g olive oil
  • 45 g flour
  • 1 level tablespoon Thermomix Vegetable Stock Paste
  • 370 g water
  • 1 can tomatoes, 400g, chopped
  • 1-2 level teaspoons Creole Spice
  • 1 level teaspoon salt, fine
  • 550 g chicken thighs cubed, 2cm

Rice

  • 900 g water
  • 400 g rice, Long or medium grain
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Recipe's preparation

    Creole Spice
  1. In a small bowl, combine all Creole Spice ingredients; set aside. 
    Note: I make this Chicken Étouffée recipe so often, I usually make up the Creole Spice Recipe x 10 and keep in a spice jar, so it’s always ready to use.

  2. Chicken Étouffée
  3. Chop handful of Parsley 2-3 seconds, speed 6. Set aside.

  4. Place the Onion, Celery and Capsicum in the TM bowl and chop 2-3 seconds on speed 4.

  5. Add to TM bowl Olive Oil and Flour and sauté 5 minutes at 100°C using Reverse + speed 1.

  6. Add stock, can of chopped Tomatoes, Creole Spice salt, cubed Chicken and water and cook for 15 - 20 minutes100°C using Reverse + speed soft.

  7. Pour into ThermoServer to rest and stir in Parsley.

  8. Long Grain Rice
  9. Add Water and Creole Spice into TM bowl.

  10. Insert basket with Rice and cook for 13-16 minutes at Varoma temperature on speed 4.

  11. Remove basket with aid of spatula.

  12. Serve Rice with Étouffée into soup bowls.

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Tip

A hearty Cajun stew using the étouffée (“smothered”) cooking method. This is a delicious and rich recipe from New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A. made with a chicken, vegetables and spices.

 

I make this Chicken étouffée recipe so often, I usually make up the Creole Spice Recipe x 10 and keep in a spice jar, so it’s always ready to use.

 

Converted from The Junior League of Denver’s Crème de Colorado Cookbook ©1987


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  • I am sorry but I didn’t find it tasted anything...

    Submitted by Tanga10 on 13. June 2018 - 19:08.

    I am sorry but I didn’t find it tasted anything like etouffee either did my daughter. We have both been to New Orleans & this is my favourite dish in the world.

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  • I am confused about the quantity of the creole...

    Submitted by tonnik on 17. November 2017 - 14:42.

    I am confused about the quantity of the creole spice to use in the caserol, and then how much to use in the rice, can the amounts be explained please, I dont want to mess this up, thanks in advance.

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  • This is my absolutely

    Submitted by Nadine71 on 6. December 2013 - 16:03.

    This is my absolutely favourite dish. So yummy and easy to make. Such beautiful flavouredflavoured Love

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