Sharing The Best Shrimp Creole! Friends, this is IT! This New Orleans-inspired dish is one I’ve been making for clients for as long as I’ve been a personal chef and this recipe never fails to please!
The inspiration behind this recipe:
It’s always a little scary when you proclaim something to be…. The best! The greatest! The most perfect!
Well, can I just tell you I’ve made this a few times over a 17-year personal chef career?
I’ve been to New Orleans a couple of times and I really love that city. What’s not to love? Food. Character. Architecture. Spirit!
The first time I had Shrimp Creole was on a trip to New Orleans my husband and I took shortly after we married. Visiting New Orleans was something I had always wanted to do and my hubby made it happen. This was also the trip I experienced grits for the first time at a bed and breakfast in Mississippi. It was quite the “Hallelujah!”
Shrimp Creole is a dish of Louisiana Creole origin and has a tomato base. There’s another famous New Orleans dish called Shrimp Etouffee which it shouldn’t be confused with because that dish has a roux base.
Shrimp Creole is a super-simple dish!
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