Gumbo

Serves 6 Prep Time 10 minutes   Cook Time 20 minutes   Rated:

OK, so I admit I am no expert on Creole and Cajun food, but they are not dissimilar and they both do a mean gumbo. A gumbo is a thick soup which usually starts with a dark roux, which of course originates with the Creole French heritage. This gumbo recipe leans more towards Creole, largely due to its main protein being seafood, not chicken, and its lack of tomatoes. The Holy Trinity of Creole cuisine is bell peppers (capsicum, celery and onions) and we have those aplenty in this recipe.

Serve with steam rice and Creole Remoulade.

TIP:

Chorizo is Spanish pork sausage but not unlike the more difficult to source Andouille pork sausage, which would be more traditional in Gumbo. If you can get Andouille, go for it!

Are you following us on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter?

Please join our mailing list HERE to have recipe updates delivered to your inbox weekly and don't forget we are on YouTube.

Best of all, come join us on the Insider Club to have extra Thermomixery each and every month! #recipesthatwork #youcandoit

Need

Do

1  

Place butter and flour into the Thermomix bowl and cook 5 minutes/Varoma/speed 3.

2  

Add garlic, onions and chorizo and chop 8 seconds/speed 7.

3  

Add celery, spring onions, capsicum, bay leaves and salt and cook 5 minutes/100°C/Reverse/speed 1.

4  

Add sherry, water, chilli flakes, paprika and prawns and cook 5 minutes/100°C/ Reverse/speed 1.

5  

Add white fish fillets, corn and lemon juice and a little of the parsley, reserving some for garnish. Cook 5 minutes/100°C/ Reverse/speed 1.

6  

Serve with steamed rice and additional parsley garnish. A swirl of the Creole Remoulade is divine to finish off.

More Mains

That's all the recipes!

No more recipes to load