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"This recipe was a hit! I made it real quick before heading out to work (didn't try it yet) and it was ready for my fiance and his mother when they got home. They loved it so much and texted me saying it was delicious! I took some of the reviews advice. Instead of water I used 3 cans of Chicken Broth, and nearly doubled the seasonings. The flavor was great. Anyone who wrote it was bland just use chicken broth instead (3 cans) double the seasonings and TRUST ME it'll taste amazing! Great recipe, A KEEPER!"- Cindizzle
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For roux, in a heavy 2-quart saucepan stir together flour and oil till smooth. Cook over medium-high heat 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Reduce heat to medium. Cook and stir constantly about 15 minutes more or till a dark, reddish brown roux forms. Cool.
In a 3 1/2, 4-, 5-, or 6-quart crockery cooker place water. Stir in roux. Add sausage, chicken, okra, onion, green pepper, celery, garlic, salt, pepper, and red pepper. Cover; cook on low-heat setting for 10-12 hours or on high-heat setting for 4 1/2 to 5 hours.
Skim off fat. Serve over rice.
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beckyann2012 10 months agoMade this tonight. Was very bland. Won't be making again.
StephCano 10 months ago
Aishiah 1 year agoThis was the best gumbo I've ever eaten...I did add broth instead of water and not so much okra but it was great
Jtd4t11 1 year agoI tried this recipe and used chicken broth instead of water but it tasted bland to me and my family.
heatherlove1 1 year agoGreat! We really enjoyed this hearty recipe.
Crock2579 1 year agovery good - very quick and easy
Heatherina 1 year agoHas good flavor, but even better with some cajun seasoning or Red Hot sprinkled on top
ZapperUN 1 year agoeasy to make and a hit every time. I do mine on the stove.
Valerie411 1 year agoYum! Used the advice of other reviews and used chicken broth and double the spices. Turned out great!!
ChefJamie 1 year agoI did not care for this recipe what so ever. Yes the meal was edible but this wasn't gumbo to me. I felt it was missing something and i think it was the File seasoning. Anyways I will eat my leftovers but will never make again. This isn't a recipe to try if you have ever made TRUE gumbo.
Cindizzle 1 year agoThis recipe was a hit! I made it real quick before heading out to work (didn't try it yet) and it was ready for my fiance and his mother when they got home. They loved it so much and texted me saying it was delicious! I took some of the reviews advice. Instead of water I used 3 cans of Chicken Broth, and nearly doubled the seasonings. The flavor was great. Anyone who wrote it was bland just use chicken broth instead (3 cans) double the seasonings and TRUST ME it'll taste amazing! Great recipe, A KEEPER!
clarkeey10 1 year agoGreat meal to make lots of and wrap up for leftovers!
davidwall 1 year agoEasy and yummy. Great for the busy nights by preparing the night before.
Chocolotto 1 year agoI was grateful to find a crockpot recipe for this, it turned out delicious! Meat was a little soft, but thats to be expected slowcooking. The advice to make a roux beforehand was appreciated, probably made the taste more deep.
Patti503 1 year agoGumbo does not belong in a crackpot. It was just soup with choken and sausage.
rokkit 1 year agoVery nice flavor. I didn't like how mushy the meat was after cooking all day, but I've made it again since and just sauteed the sausage in another pan and added it at the end.
littledevils8 2 years agoi liked this recipe
martianbecky 2 years agoEasy, authentic. Would like to kick flavor up a bit
cptmari 2 years agoI made it last night and brought it in to work today. HUGE SUCCESS!
sveaelaine 2 years ago