Chicken & Sausage Gumbo

Although her family loves a good homemade gumbo, Ms. Lou knows it takes time and money. That’s why when she’s in a hurry, she just uses Blue Runner Gumbo Base. And you know what, they can’t tell the difference!

Ingredients

 1 rotisserie chicken
 1 lb. smoked sausage
 1 - 25 oz. can of Blue Runner Creole Gumbo Base
 6 servings of rice

Directions

1

Slice sausage into 1/2 in. pieces.

2

Debone the rotisserie chicken and put aside. 

3

Pour can of Blue Runner Creole Gumbo Base into pot, add sausage and bring to a boil for five minutes, then add chicken.

4

Boil until gumbo is desired thickness.

5

Serve over rice. 

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