Creole Gumbo Recipe

Creole Gumbo has a delicious taste. Creole Gumbo gets its taste from seafood mixed with bacon and okra. Creole Gumbo is inspired by many restaurants worldwide.
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Difficulty LevelEasyCuisine
Main Ingredient


 Sugar1 1⁄2 Teaspoon
 Ham bone1 Large
 Finely chopped green pepper1 Tablespoon
 Live bluefin crabs12
 Bay leaves2
 Okra2 (Fresh / Frozen)
 Fresh shrimp2 Pound
 Bacon slices3
 Garlic4 Clove (20 gm), put through garlic press / finely minced
 Onions4 Large, finely minced
 Thyme1 Pinch
 Salt To Taste
 Pepper To Taste


Like barbecue, Kansas City steaks, Southern fried chicken, and Mexican chili, whose names are often taken in vain in restaurants throughout this land, the culinary miracle of real Creole gumbo gets more than a fair share of abuse even from chefs and cooks who should know better.
Although classified as a soup, genuine Creole gumbo is a meal in itself, and a most delicious and nourishing one.
It takes time to prepare and more time to cook, but the results make the operation more than worth the extra effort involved.
Jesse's Creole Gumbo is a triumph of artful blending of a number of what might be termed non related and even supposedly clashing ingredients.
In what other dish, for instance, are ham, veal, chicken, oysters, shrimp, and crabs made to join so harmoniously to produce a flavor almost impossible to describe?
If you can procure the components of this magical dish, treat yourself to a feast you will never forget.
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