Maque Choux reminds me of my childhood and all the times my grandmother had me gather up vegetables from her garden so that she could cook this traditional South Louisiana dish, which was said to have been passed down from the Native Americans to the Cajuns. There are many different versions of this recipe. I make a Cajun Shrimp Maque Choux where my grandmother made a Corn Maque Choux using mostly vegetables.
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Welcome to the Talented Tuesday Link Party #82. Thank you for coming over to link up with us. We love seeing all the wonderful talent linking up each week. Link up, look around, and have fun! And, if you're not a blogger you can still look around and find a new project to make.
This Shrimp Balls recipe I am sharing is similar to my popular Crawfish Balls recipe. I recently concocted this recipe after many of my readers asked if shrimp could be used instead of crawfish. My friend Gidget from The Crab Man Plus gave me the fresh shrimp I cooked for this recipe. My family tested the Shrimp Balls and agreed that they are just as delicious as the Crawfish Balls. I hope you enjoy this tasty recipe.