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SOUP WEEK: Chicken Sauce Piquant, in Celebration of Mardi Gras

By Denise Jones, member

March 1st, 2011

Chicken Sauce Piquant from Chef Donald Link's Real Cajun. It's a classic Cajun dish and a perfect example of one-pot cooking. Piquant means "spicy," but in Cajun cooking it also refers to a certain preparation that involves pan frying meat and making a roux. Paired with Perfect Steamed Rice, we were instantly transported back to NOLA for another wonderful dining experience.  For the recipe, photos and links about New Orleans restaurant recommendations, visit There's a Newf in My Soup! 

Recipe Used: Chicken Sauce Piquant

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