Crawfish Etouffe Recipe

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Time: 75 minutes



  1. butter
  2. onion
  3. bell pepper
  4. cream of mushroom soup
  5. water
  6. green onion
  7. crawfish tails


  1. saute onions and bell pepper in butter
  2. add soup and water after the vegetables have become translucent
  3. cook for about 30 minutes on low fire
  4. add crawfish and cook another 30 minutes
  5. season
  6. add green onions about 15 minutes before completely cooked
  7. serve over rice and enjoy !

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