Gumbo

Gumbo

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

Creole cookery, centred on New Orleans in the US, is a blend of Spanish, French, African and Indian influences. A gumbo is a Creole soup-stew which uses okra for flavouring and thickening – the word ‘gumbo’ comes from an African word for okra. A gumbo may be based on chicken, pork, ham, seafood or a mixture of these, but it will always have the typical satin-smooth texture which okra’s jelly-like juice provides.

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