Gumbo embodies the diverse cultures of south Louisiana with seamless perfection and brings us together around the table. It’s pure comfort over rice, and nourishes the soul right down to the last inexplicably opulent bite. With cooler weather on its way, these gumbo recipes will be perfect to have up your sleeve. Add these delicious recipes to your must-try list this season.
Roasted pork and Tasso ham give this gumbo its own Louisiana flavor.
For Myra Edgar Brown’s take on her family’s rustic chicken and smoked sausage gumbo, she starts with a dry roux and a rich, flavorful homemade turkey stock. A slow simmer coaxes flavors from smoked turkey neck and local smoked sausages.
Shrimp, oysters, and tomatoes come together in this seafood gumbo to give it a bright, fresh flavor.
Whether you serve this Shrimp and Crab Gumbo at a dinner party, a tailgate, or as the centerpiece of your holiday table, we’re sure it will be a hit.
Mr. B’s Bistro’s award-winning Gumbo Ya-Ya (chicken and andouille) is a favorite among New Orleans locals and tourists alike.
Mix and match hearty greens in this flavorful Pork and Greens Gumbo. Choose from kale, collards, mustard greens, or Swiss chard.
You’ve never tried an oyster and seafood gumbo like this, we promise.
Whether or not you’re a hunter, this rich Rabbit and Tasso Ham Gumbo will become a fast favorite.
With this gumbo, you’ll get richness and nuttiness from the roux, and sweetness from the Louisiana shrimp. Don’t forget about the beautiful texture and flavor of the okra.
This seafood gumbo, packed with shrimp, oysters, red snapper, and, especially Louisiana blue crab, is a classic South Louisiana dish.