Recipes

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.
15-Minute Chicken and Sausage Gumbo Ya-YaYou could spend most of the day making gumbo your mama’s way or you can open a can of Blue Runner Ya-Ya Gumbo Base and no one will be any the wiser. Trust us, if your grandmother and them had been able to use this amazing base, they would have. We start from scratch so you don’t have to.
Leftover Turkey Gumbo with Potato SaladIn Louisiana, we don’t throw away our turkey carcasses after Thanksgiving or Christmas. We hold onto those otherwise discarded bones for leftover turkey and sausage gumbo! Those in the know, however, know that there’s an even better–not to mention faster–way to get that rich gumbo flavor. You use a jarred roux and Blue Runner Creole Chicken and Sausage Gumbo Base. This recipe will save you the extra thirty minutes of stirring on a lazy day.
Sticky ChickenThis dish is called "sticky chicken" because it sticks to your fingers when you eat it. We don't know if it's Cajun or Creole, but it sure is good! 
Fried Thanksgiving TurkeyFried Turkey? Well of course Mrs. Lou has the easiest recipe for the Thanksgiving standard enjoyed by so many in the South.