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Mirliton and Gulf Shrimp Casserole

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    Mirliton and Gulf Shrimp Casserole

    A casserole recipe, per request from the Show Us What You’re Cooking channel

    didnt know if a sausage and shrimp casserole would go under seafood or under sausage in the index.

    Mirilton are fist sized squash that have a celery or cucumber flavor. This dish has a Cajun heat on it, and with the bread and celery, it comes across like a spicy thanksgiving dressing. Will make again


    https://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/...rimp-casserole

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    • tbob4
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      Thanks! Looks delicious

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    Had me some grilled shrimp at work the other night. Never get tired of shrimp, much less a jambalaya-ish dish with sausage to boot.

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      #4
      Thanks!

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        #5
        we're going to try making stuffed porkchops later this week, with this casserole leftovers as the stuffing.

        on paper, it sounds like it will be fantastic.

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          #6
          Mmmm. Fixing to be in Pensacola for a week to 10 days, and won't be able to grill (no grills allowed on the balconies, and a single shared BGE I am told). This looks like a nice dish to make in the kitchen with some fresh gulf shrimp.

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            #7
            Looks awesome. Since I don't speak Creole, I had to Google up mirliton, aka chayote squash. I think I've seen them in the grocery store but had no idea on what to do with them. Now I do. Thanks

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            • WillTravelForFood
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              I had never seen chayote squash before at the local mainstream grocery store, myself. I did find them at Sprouts, which tends to have a wider veggie selection in my area. They were in the cooler section near the cilantro/celery/cabbage -- and in this particular display, were individually wrapped in a plastic baggie for protection. Very easy to overlook

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