Quiz: Only Southerners Can Name All Of These Cajun Dishes. Can You?

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This quiz will test your knowledge of traditional Cajun dishes like gumbo, jambalaya, andouille, and fried frog legs. How many dishes do you know?

 Jul 22, 2018

1 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Bisque
Dirty Rice
Red Beans

2 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Trout meunière
Turtle soup
Etouffee

3 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Gumbo
Etouffee
Beignet

4 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Dirty Rice
Jambalaya
Shrimp Creole

5 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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A po-boy or, poorboy
A sub
A sandwich

6 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Crawfish boil
Jambalaya
Shrimp Creole

7 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Oysters en Brochette
Shrimp Creole
Boudin balls

8 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Alligator
Calas
Grits and Grillades

9 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Eggs Sardou
Mirliton
Maque choux

10 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Baked Fish Fry
Pain perdu
Turtle Soup

11 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Oysters Rockefeller
Andouille
Turtle Soup

12 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Cajun Rice
Pompano en Papillote
Jambalaya

13 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Trout meunière
Turtle soup
Rice and gravy

14 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Bisque
Cochon de Lait
Red Beans

15 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Etouffee
Catfish court-bouillon
Beignet

16 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Fried frog legs
Dirty Rice
Shrimp Creole

17 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Meat Stew
Crawfish bisque
Clam chowder

18 of 18What Cajun dish is this?

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Jambalaya
Pompano en Papillote
Couche couche
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

The Cajuns, who are also known as Acadians are an ethnic group that was deported by the British from Acadia in Canada to the Acadiana region of Louisiana. Their cuisine is known as being rustic and more rural than Creole, which was consumed by the European settlers who used imported ingredients. Cajun is made mostly from ingredients that could be found in the swamps of Louisiana-The Cajuns made use of the land and what was available to them, which made for food that centered around seafood, rice, and seasonings like red bell pepper, cayenne, and onions. Anyone who lives in Louisiana or who has visited knows that Cajun is still a big deal in Louisiana, and all of the locals can recognize the iconic Cajun dishes. Take this fun women.com quiz about Cajun cuisine to see if your knowledge matches that of a Louisiana Local. You might get some nostalgia for Louisiana, and you'll most definitely get HUNGRY! No matter what result you end up with, make sure to share this quiz with your friends and family who have roots in Louisiana so that they can have a conversation with you about Cajun cuisine. Maybe you can make a lunch date with a friend to try the dishes that you don't recognize, or just the ones that after taking this quiz you realize you need immediately!