Cajun shrimp boil and cook with garlic, ginger, thyme and onion.
The dish has been a staple in the region for more than a century, but many Americans have grown accustomed to the salty, smoky flavor of other Louisiana dishes.
Today, cajuns are becoming more popular, and they’re made with more ingredients, from meat to vegetables.
Cajuns have become the latest culinary trend to capture the culinary zeitgeist, and you might have heard of the caju jam, a creamy, meaty broth made with smoked shrimp.
This recipe uses cajunia stew.
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