A soup thickened with the mucilaginous pods of the okra; okra soup.
A thick stew made with chicken (chicken gumbo), or seafood (seafood gumbo), thickened with okra or file, and also containing greens and often hot spices; it is particularly popular in Louisiana.
The okra plant or its pods.
A Creole stew, Gumbo is usually made with tomatoes, okra, and other vegetables and meats. Gumbo usually starts with a roux as the thickener, and filé powder is often added just before serving. Recipe: Gumbos and Roux
(Gum bow) Thick file' soup stock served with rice, duck, chicken, okra, shrimp, crabs (See New Orleans Gumbo recipe--gotta try it!)
a Cajun or Creole dish made from a dark roux, vegetables such as okra, onions and tomatoes, and one or more fish or meat ingredients such as shrimp, chicken, sausage, ham, oysters, etc., usually served with rice.
A Creole stew specialty which contains any of the following: okra, tomatoes, onions, shellfish, chicken, sausage, ham, shrimp, crab or oysters. All gumbos use a dark roux as their base, lending the dish a very rich flavor. Okra and filé powder are used to thicken the mixture. The name "'gumbo" is derived from the African word for "okra."
Traditional Louisiana dish. A thick soup with a variety of meats (sausage, ham, chicken, or seafood), vegetables and spices served over or with rice.
Thick Creole soup thickened with okra or fille powder
soup or stew made with okra as a main ingredient. The term also describes the okra plant.
tall coarse annual of Old World tropics widely cultivated in southern United States and West Indies for its long mucilaginous green pods used as basis for soups and stews; sometimes placed in genus Hibiscus
long mucilaginous green pods; may be simmered or sauteed but used especially in soups and stews
a soup or stew thickened with okra pods
a thick, spicy soup prepared with ingredients such as rice, sausage, chicken and okra
The ultimate Louisiana soup, concocted with seafood, okra and filé powder, the ground roots of sassafras.
A thick soup/stew made with meat or seafood served over plain white rice. Okra, filé powder, and roux. All methods are acceptable, and all are considered traditional.
a Cajun/Creole delicacy of South Louisiana, reflecting its rich history: wild game or seafood (from the Acadians), thickened with okra (from the Africans), file (from the Indians) and/or roux (from the French). Gumbo is a thick, robust soup with hundreds of variations including chicken and sausage gumbo, shrimp and okra gumbo, oyster gumbo and seafood gumbo.
a thick soup, usually containing poultry and okra.
African word for okra, which is used as a thickening agent in a dark stew of seafood or meat-served over rice. Ca c'est bon
A thick soup, usually containing a mixture of poultry, meat, or seafood and vegetables.
An African word that means okra. Gumbo is a rich soup served with rice and chicken, seafood, sausage, vegetables, okra or all of the above.
From an African word for okra, it can refer to any number of stewlike soups made with seafood or meat and flavored with okra or ground sassafras (filé powder) and myriad other seasonings. Frequent main ingredients are combinations of shrimp, oysters, crab, chicken, andouille, duck, and turkey. A definitive gumbo is served over white rice.
A thick soup/stew made with meat or seafood served over plain white rice, must have okra as a component.
Roux-based soup or stew made with vegetables, meats, and shellfish.
a Cajun Soup which uses a roux as a base
A thick, rich stew made with okra, filé, and/or a roux, plus a variety of other ingredients such as seafood, meat, and sometimes tomatoes and greens, and served over rice. The name comes from the West African word for okra.
A rich soup thickened with okra or filé, containing vegetables with meat or seafood.
A thick, gelatinous, soupy stew from Louisiana in...
Gumbo is a spicy, hearty stew or soup, found typically on the Gulf of Mexico in the United States, and very common in Louisiana and the Lowcountry around Charleston, South Carolina. It is eaten year round, but is usually found during the colder months. This is due to the extended cooking time required, as a large pot full of simmering liquid will heat up the surrounding area.
Gumbo is the official mascot of the NFL's New Orleans Saints. Gumbo is in the form of a "Saint" Bernard dog. It was the Louisiana Restaurant Association's gift to the Saints.