Whether you are hosting a Mardi Gras party or in the mood for a traditional feast, you’ll love this tasty Carnival-inspired menu. From classic Cajun and Creole favorites like gumbo and jambalaya to tasty takes on traditional recipes, you’ll have plenty to celebrate all season long.
Add this perfect party starter to your Mardi Gras menu.
Roasted Oyster Crostini with Brûléed Parmesan and Applewood Bacon by 2012 Louisiana Cookin’ Chef to Watch Ryan André.
In this version of shrimp and crab gumbo, we’ve included a rich shrimp stock, spicy andouille sausage, and decadent lump crabmeat.
As one of the most beloved dishes across Louisiana, jambalaya is perfect for entertaining.
With beans and peas as a foundation for the dish’s flavor and texture, we spiced up the Cajun Caviar with some Cajun seasoning, a smoky poblano pepper, and some sweet corn to round out the flavor.
One of the most recognizable Mardi Gras sweets, the traditional king cake is seen in most New Orleanian homes throughout Carnival season. This traditional king cake is topped with glaze and colored sugars.
Indulgently delicious, our Raspberry Bourbon King Cake Bread Pudding is a must-try this Carnival season.
The Sazerac holds a special place in the hearts of New Orleanians. The drink, which is a New Orleans version of a whiskey cocktail, typically consists of rye whiskey, sugar, bitters, and an absinthe or Herbsaint rinse.
The Proud Mary is a Cajun Bloody Mary of the finest order.