Looking for some amazing Mardi Gras Food Ideas? Check out these Delicious Recipes.
Fat Tuesday is the traditional name for the day before Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. Historically, it was the last feast before the Lenten fast. These Cajun inspired Mardi Gras recipes for appetizers and main dishes feature Stoysich Andouille, Smoked Sausage and Tasso. For dessert: Pączki , and King Cake. Take a look through our Fat Tuesday recipes and start planning your menu—there'll be something for everyone at your Mardi Gras celebration.
Andouille in a Blanket
Andouille sausage wrapped in dough and a creamy, spicy, tangy remoulade dipping sauce!
Mardi Gras Deviled Eggs
Celebrate Mardi Gras with these purple, gold, and green deviled eggs!
Mini Muffuletta Appetizers
These Mini Muffuletta Sandwiches are a little taste of New Orleans, and pack a whole lot of flavor.
This cheesy jambalaya dip has andouille sausage, shrimp, and all your favorite flavors from that classic Cajun dish.
Paul Prudhomme's Chicken and Tasso Jambalaya
Paul Prudhomme’s Chicken and Tasso Jambalaya is a classic cajun dish that is a must make for Mardi Gras. The Smoked Tasso adds wonderful flavor and spice.
Slow Cooker Jambalaya
Slow Cooker Jambalaya with andouille sausage, chicken and shrimp cooked low and slow with bold spices and vegetables.
Chicken and Sausage File Gumbo
This hearty, rich Creole stew is generously seasoned with black and white pepper, cayenne, paprika and filé powder.
Slow Cooker Chicken & Sausage Gumbo
This slow cooker chicken gumbo recipe is delicious and not as time consuming as the classic version.
Red Beans and Rice
This authentic Louisiana Red Beans and Rice offers incredible Cajun flavor. Andouille sausage joins garden-fresh vegetables, zesty spices, and long grain rice in this delicious recipe.
Pązcki (Pončkos) and
King Cake for Mardi Gras!
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It’s along the same lines of Fat Tuesday, or the last day to splurge on sweets or rich food before fasting during Lent. Indulging with paczki has been a tradition in Europe dating back Centuries.
A paczek is a Polish-style fried pastry bun made
with butter, eggs and sugar and filled with fruit or jelly.