White Chicken Chili gets some cajun flair with andouille sausage, shrimp, and cajun spices for a hearty white chili that will knock your socks off!
Are you ready to take your white chicken chili to a whole new level? This white chili is packed full of cajun goodness. It starts with some chicken and andouille sausage and then the cajun vegetable trinity are added in. You can’t have a good cajun chili without the trinity. Mix in some cajun style spice mix and some beans, thicken it up, and then finish it off with some shrimp and you’ve got yourself a white chili that is worthy of an award!
If you can’t find andouille sausage where you live, you can use another smoked pork sausage. When buying the shrimp for this recipe, choose shrimp that are on the smaller end, or cut your shrimp into pieces. Be sure that your shrimp is peeled and deveined and remove the tail before using it in this recipe.
What is the Holy Trinity in New Orleans cooking?The holy trinity of cajun New Orleans cooking is onion, celery, and bell pepper. It provides the base for many different cajun/creole dishes.
What spices are in andouille sausages?Andouille sausage is a Louisiana cajun style sausage made using pork, garlic, onions, and peppers. It is coarsely grained, stuffed into a casing, and smoked.
Heavy Cream & Dairy Free Substitutes:We love the creaminess and thickness from heavy cream, but you can substitute with half and half, which is a mixture of half cream and half whole milk.
If you want to keep this dish dairy free, you can use your preferred plant based milk, however it will not be as thick or creamy as with heavy cream or half and half.
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