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Old 02-02-2007, 10:01 AM   #1
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Chicken and Sausage Snarf

Since this didn't contain OKRA I guess it can't be called Gumbo, so I called it SNARF.....enjoy!

I modified a recipe of chicken and sausage gumbo. Added 1lb of boneless, skinless chicken thighs and 1lb of andouille sausage.

Start of Roux


Roux ready, onions, celery, peppers added and sweated out before sausage


Sausage added


Chicken Stock added, simmered down for 1 hour before chicken was added


I made the gumbo saturday night, let it sit in the fridge overnight to let the flavors marinate together....reheated the Gumbo Sunday afternoon.
Added stewed tomato's and about 3 cups of water. The chicken stock made the gumbo real rich tasting, the water tamed it down as did the tomato's.


After the gumbo was at serving temps, I transferred it to a crock pot and kept it on low. Had family over for a birthday party, gumbo was gone-o.
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Old 02-02-2007, 10:03 AM   #2
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Dan that looks like pretty good Snarf to me!! I'd certainly eat it!! Good job bud!!
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Dan that looks like pretty good Snarf to me!! I'd certainly eat it!! Good job bud!!
Well, thanks to your recommendations it turned out great!
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Good looking Snarf, Steer.

I guess it's Steer Snarf. :P
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Mighty fine looking meal! Did you make your roux in 3 minutes?
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Good looking SNARF
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Mighty fine looking meal! Did you make your roux in 3 minutes?
I made the roux with my heart and soul.....not from a jar
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Looks good, cajuns eat anything It don't matter what its called.
I will eat fried okra I just don't like in stews soups or that G word.
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Mighty fine looking meal! Did you make your roux in 3 minutes?
I made the roux with my heart and soul.....not from a jar
I knew you did by the picture. Somebody told me last week that they made homemade roux in 3 minutes.
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Mighty fine looking meal! Did you make your roux in 3 minutes?
I made the roux with my heart and soul.....not from a jar
I knew you did by the picture. Somebody told me last week that they made homemade roux in 3 minutes. [/quote:3a3mdom0]

I thought you were rippin on Woodman......3 minutes? wow, that took about 20-25 minutes....VERY easy!
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