Cajun food is everywhere here In Houston. Originally being from Dallas I really didn’t know what Cajun food was until I moved to Houston and experienced Boudin balls,pastas, jambalaya and craw-fish étouffée . I fell in love immediately! I was In the mood for something spicy last week so I whipped up this sausage Cajun Alfredo recipe and it was oh so good! It may not be your traditional Cajun food, but it sure makes your taste buds dance. Hope you guys like it!
I package of sausage . I used Kountry Boys Beef and Venison Jalapeño Sausage cut into bite size pieces. Not sure if this is a Texas only brand.
1 small onion diced
1/2 tablespoon of vegetable oil
2 cups of cooked pasta (your choice)
2 cups of uncooked spinach
1 teaspoon of Cajun Seasoning (my favorite is Tony Cachere’s)
1 jar of Bertolli Alfredo Garlic Sauce
Parmesan cheese *optional*
In a medium size pan heat oil over medium high heat. Add onions and sausage and Cook until onions are tender . Add the rest of the ingredients cook for about ten minutes stirring frequently. Top of with Parmesan cheese . Serve and Enjoy!