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Chicken Gumbo (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes from “Floridian” in the Gluten-Free Forum.

Ingredients:
1 cut up chicken
7 oz. turkey sausage
1 cup chopped onions
1 cup chopped bell pepper
¼ cup parsley
12 cups water
5 tablespoons roux
3 tablespoons cooking oil
Season salt (to taste)
Black pepper (to taste)
1 cup gluten free flour

Directions:
Roux: Place gluten free flour into cast iron skillet and cook over medium heat. Stir constantly, until flour is a dark brown.

Season chicken on both sides. Put cooking oil on bottom of iron pot. Brown chicken on both sides at medium heat. Take chicken pieces out of pot when browned and set aside. Drain cooking oil from pot leaving very little to coat the bottom. Add onions and bell pepper to pot and cook until onions appear clear. Add chicken pieces back to the pot along with the sausage, roux, parsley, and water. Add the season salt and black pepper to taste. Cook for 1 hour.

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carol
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12 Apr 2008 7:20:08 PM PST
What flour mixture are you using? Mine was not a good tasting roux when it was deeply browned. Thanks. I've been craving good gumbo.

 
Jane
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07 Dec 2011 8:43:54 PM PST
WE have tried twice to make gumbo and horrible. what kind of flour have you used? Please let me know as I would love to have gumbo again.




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