JambalayaWho invented jambalaya? Who cares? All we know is Blue Runner reinvented it with this convenient – and delicious – Creole Jambalaya Base. That means, less chopping and more enjoying. Works for us!
Chicken and Sausage GumboLet’s get this on the record: There is no such thing as gumbo season. Gumbo season is whenever you’re craving something comforting and delicious – a taste of home, if you’re from Louisiana. And if you think seafood gumbo is the only way to go, we’re about to prove you wrong. The fact that Blue Runner makes it so easy to make gumbo that tastes this homemade is gobsmacking – not to mention lip smacking.Best Ever Blue Runner ChiliTexas is known for their chili but Louisiana knows a thing or two, too. Our Blue Runner Homestyle Chili Starter and this recipe are everything you need for a chili night done right. As for toppings, cheese is always good. Green onions and sour cream are even better. And don’t forget the corn chips.
Crawfish EtoufféeEtouffée means “smothered” and this recipe is smothered in love – not to mention tradition. After the crawfish boil, keep peeling until you have enough mudbugs to add to your étouffée. As with all Blue Runner products, you’ll be amazed how easy it is to get that “from scratch” flavor.
Lemony Pasta with Asparagus and White BeansMarinating canned white beans in lemon juice and zest, along with red-pepper flakes and shallots, imbues them with brightness and a touch of heat, adding so much flavor to this warm-weather pasta.Creole Crawfish Tomato BisqueThis recipe can also be used as a sauce for Crawfish Pasta!Crawfish EtoufféeJames Beard Award winning chef Frank Brigtsen gives us his recipe for a quick and delicious Crawfish Etouffè. Shrimp Creole with Pesto RiceEnjoy the opening of inshore shrimp season along the Gulf coast, as well as the appearance of Creole tomatoes in our local markets.Filé Gumbo with Chicken & SausageA sneak-peek at Chef Frank Brigtsen's recipe for a quick and delicious Chicken and Sausage Gumbo in a pinch.Shrimp EtoufféeChef Frank Brigtsen’s shrimp étouffée brings together all of the hallmarks of Louisiana cooking in one delicious dish.