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Chef John Folse Cajun Foods

Few culinary masterminds are as famous for Cajun and Creole cuisine as Chef John Folse. Born in St. James Parish, Folse learned early that the secrets of Cajun cooking lie in the unique ingredients found throughout the Bayou. CajunGrocer.com proudly offers a wide selection of his most beloved dishes, all in-stock and ready to ship straight to your door. Explore our Chef John Folse Cajun foods collection today to discover just how easy it is to eat great food at home and have a good time with loved ones. While shopping, remember to subscribe to our newsletter.

 

There are certain dishes that are essential to enjoying the true flavors of Louisiana. Red beans and sausage are as common on Monday as the New Orleans jazz brunch is on Saturday. Folse’s red beans and rice are simmered with onions, celery, bell peppers, garlic, and diced andouille for the perfect amount of smoked flavor. Double the flavor and the potential for fun by serving your red beans and rice with an extra link of smoked sausage on the side. Another classic dish Louisiana can’t do without is crawfish etouffee.

 

Planning a dinner party? Make appetizers easy for you and delicious for your guests by choosing Chef John Folse Cajun foods. We offer an array of munchies that will satisfy even the pickiest eaters. Give your guests something to sink their teeth into by serving Folse’s own spinach and artichoke dip. This classic recipe is enhanced with Pecorino Romano, Mozzarella, and Parmesan cheeses. Serve it hot as a dip with bread or chips! We also offer a wide variety of “boil-in-the-bag” bisques, gumbos, and soups to make mealtime preparation easier than ever before.

 

Potato soup is certainly a crowd-pleaser. Chef John Folse’s crawfish, corn, and potato soup is thick, creamy, and full of fresh ingredients. Top your soup bowls with sprigs of rosemary, and your guests will demand tours of the kitchen. We can’t forget about his classic Creole corn and shrimp soup, which is perfect for those blustery days when you’d rather stay in. Keeping with corn tradition, no meal would be complete without sweet corn and crab bisque. Legend has it that this dish was even born in the cast iron pots of Louisiana. If you have any questions about our selection of Chef John Folse Cajun foods, please contact us today for further assistance.

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