Mardi Gras Munchies

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Mardi Gras, a.k.a. “Fat Tuesday” might not officially be till Tuesday, March 8, but Mardi Gras in New Orleans is (as always!) getting a head start with parades starting this Friday. Get your own celebration started—at least in your stomach—with these Mardi Gras recipes.

-Cait Rohan

Add a little Southern spice to your typical bread ‘n’ butter appy with the Cilantro Chili Butter from Taste of the South found on Recipe.com. This seemingly simple mix of butter, chili powder, ground cumin and cilantro results in a spicy, satisfying starter.

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  • leatriceo:

    This doesnt look like Jambalaya

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  • Danielle Grondin:

    Sounds awesome

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    Jackie:

    Not into any spicy food.

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    Pamela:

    The potatoes and the cake look awesome.

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  • loladarling:

    I can’t wait to try the Jambalaya recipe!!

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  • loladarling:

    This is awesome!! I love the recipes, because I will be hosting a Mardi Gras party for Houseparty.com and this has been a big help.

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  • Crispy:

    mmmm yummy! always wanted to go to Louisiana!

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    lilt:

    the cake looks yummy! i’m going to try the cilantro chili butter, that looks de-lish!

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  • Lesley:

    The food is a little too spicy for me, but I love the King cake idea.

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  • Joy:

    All looks good. Never had the king cake before. I think that would be fun at a party. I just heard about that last year. Very festive.

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  • Joy:

    cilantro chilli butter sounds good. I like spicy.

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    jenny-o:

    thanks for the recipes!

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