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White Gravy

Brown Gravy

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JAMBALAYA

Electric Rice Cooker Method: Brown your protein in a skillet. Put the broth and jambalaya mix in the cooker and stir. Add the browned protein. For a little wetter jambalaya, add an additional 1/4 cup water. Set cooker for "White Rice" and turn it on.

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WHITE GRAVY

When making sausage gravy for breakfast, to keep the grease down, brown your sausage and drain on a paper towel-lined plate. Make the gravy per the instructions and after you've whisked the slurry into the boiling water add the sausage.

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GUMBO

If you like okra in your gumbo, make sure you keep extra broth or water handy to thin the gumbo down. Okra is a natural thickener. Use about 1/4 cup at a time until you get the consistency you want.

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ETOUFFEE

Etouffee is traditionally a milder dish and thicker than gumbo. Keep a bottle of WG Seasoning handy in case you want to add extra spice in the end.

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BROWN GRAVY

Using very hot water to whisk the gravy before adding it to the boiling water will make a difference in the appearance in the end. If you vigorously whisk the gravy in the end you will see a glossy, beautiful result.

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