Louisiana Catfish with Okra & Corn

September/October 2009

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Purchased Cajun or Creole seasoning flavors both the catfish and vegetables in this 30-minute dinner. This dish is best with fresh vegetables, but we were pleasantly surprised at how well it turned out with frozen okra and corn. Serve with cheese grits and a green salad.

"This sounds real simple and will be my next Fish dish to cook! "
Louisiana Catfish with Okra & Corn

12 Reviews for Louisiana Catfish with Okra & Corn

Superb! As spicy as you like it

I was able to whip up a batch of Emeril's "Essence" spice mix beforehand, which made it a bit spicier than if I'd use Tony Chachere's. It was marvelous! We were exhausted after a long, full day and were still able to whip this up in a jiffy. Scarfed it right down, too.

Fast and easy, lots of color and texture
I will eat Okra cooked like this all the time

Never thought I would like this, but I will eat anytime!
Not really hot spicy, just perfect...

Happy with this meal!
Easy and Delicious

Can pretty much work with any fish that you might have neglected in your freezer. I was getting sick of frying catfish all the time so I tried a different approach. This recipe was great! Loved the inclusion of the side dish recipe!

Easy, Flexible
Served with baked potato.
Tasty and Quick Dinner

I made this tonight for me and my boyfriend. I used a cajun spice mix that I made about two months ago and have been tossing in dishes whenever it calls for anything remotely cajun. I thought I had frozen corn in the freezer, but I ended up having to use frozen broccoli instead. It was delicious, and my boyfriend liked it a lot, too. I will definitely make this again.

delicious, fast, easy
A family favorite

Am making this for dinner again tonight - at the request of my kids! Easy and so good!


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