Richard's Cajun Style Roux 16 oz

Richards Cajun Style Roux
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Richard's Cajun Style Roux 16 oz

Richard's Cajun Style Roux is used to make the perfect gumbo or thickening agent for gravies.

So many tasty possibilities inside one little jar. True Cajuns count on this little oil and flour concoction known as Roux to create deliciously authentic dishes. You can tell it’s a Richard’s roux by its signature dark brown color.

  • Contains Soy

True Cajuns count on this little oil and flour concoction (roux) to create authentic dishes.  You can tell it's Richard's Roux by its signature dark brown color.

How do you use Richard's Roux?
  1. Authentic Cajun Roux for authentic Cajun flavor.
  2. Signature dark brown color.
  3. Simple to prepare, just add Richard's to your broth and simmer.
  4. Thicken gravy or gumbo.

What is Cajun roux?

Roux, in today's culinary lexicon, usually refers to Cajun roux, which mixes oil or lard with flour and is generally cooked in a cast iron pan on the stovetop over medium heat for a long time.

Is gumbo base the same as Roux?

A roux is the base of numerous Cajun and creole dishes. In Louisiana, natives have a joke about how long it takes to make the roux for certain dishes. Etouffee is usually a 1 beer roux while a full fledged gumbo is a 2 to 3 beer roux.

What are the 3 types of roux?

What are the three types of roux? There are three types of roux: white, blonde and brown. They all contain the same ingredients—equal parts flour and fat—but the colors differ based on how long you cook the mixture.

Should gumbo be thick or soupy?

The one thing that really defines it, though, is the way it is thickened. Gumbo is much denser than a simple soup; the broth has a thick, almost viscous consistency. And that characteristic is most commonly created by making a roux, cooking flour and oil together until they thicken and darken.

Unit Size: 16 oz. (454g)


Enriched Flour (Wheat Flour, Malted Barley Flour, Niacin, Iron, Thiamin Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid), Soybean Oil. Allergens: Soy. This product is further processed in a facility that handles Milk, Eggs, Fish, Shellfish, Tree Nuts, Wheat, and Peanuts.

Nutrition Facts

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About 32 servings per container.

Serving Size18 G
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Total Fat6g9%%Daily Value
Saturated Fat1g4%%Daily Value
Trans Fat0g
Cholesterol0Mg0%%Daily Value
Sodium0mg0%%Daily Value
Total Carbohydrate9g3%%Daily Value
Dietary Fiber0g0%%Daily Value
Vitamin A2%%Daily Value
Vitamin C0%%Daily Value
Calcium0%%Daily Value

* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet.

Calories per gram:

Fat 9 • Carbohydrate 4 • Protein 4

Calcium 0
Calories 100
Nutrition Data 1
Size 16 oz. (454g)
Calories from fat 50
Cholesterol 0
Cholesterol per unit 0
Dietary Fiber 0
Dietary fiber per unit 0
Iron 4
Protein 1
Saturated fat 1
Saturated fat per unit 4
Serving per container 32
Serving Size 1 tbsp (18g)
Sodium 0
Sodium per unit 0
Sugars 0
Total carbs 9
Total carbs per unit 3
Total fat 6
Total fat per unit 9
Vitamin A 2
Vitamin C 0

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