Some people think the defining characteristic of authentic Cajun food is the spicy ingredients. It isn't—it's recipes that can be cooked in one pot. The early Acadians taught us the power of one-dish recipes—a rich meld of flavors combined with simplicity of preparation.
One-Pan Potatoes and Chicken Santa Fe
You probably have everything on hand to make this easy dinner.
Chicken Fricassee with Edamame and Orzo
Edamame complements the traditional carrots and ham in this one-pot main dish.
Seared Tuna with Lemony Potatoes
Tuna goes farther—and is simpler to eat—when it’s chunked and mixed with potatoes.
Just good food — this rustic baked dish is full of flavor and sticks to your ribs with full comfort.
Fresh Tomato Salad with Sweet Onion and Basil
Simplicity of ingredients and preparation is what brings out the best of the season’s fresh tomatoes.
When okra is not in season, classic Louisiana gumbo is thickened with the aromatic leaves of sassafrass.
Easy Winter Berry Frozen Yogurt
Few ingredients keep this very berry dessert a snap to throw together.
End of Summer Rice Salad with Tuna
A super easy and zesty salad built on leftover Chinese rice, it can act as a main dish or side.