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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Stuffed Mirliton Recipe at Nola Cuisine



I'm quite a bit behind on letting you know about recent posts at Nola Cuisine, now my main site for all of my recipes and articles, soon I will be up to date, bare with me. Here is my post on Stuffed Mirlitons or Chayote Squash in other parts of the world:

Stuffed Mirliton Recipe

Be sure and visit my ever growing Index of Creole & Cajun Recipes!

3 Comments:

Blogger A few words from the wise ... said...

I haven't had stuffed mirlitons in years, decades, but I'm headed to N.O. in a few weeks and I'll be making a beeline to Breaux Mart to get a bunch!

1:12 PM  
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6:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm a native New Orleanian living in Michigan. Our regular grocery stores don't carry them, but I can go in most Asian markets here and find them labeled as "chayotes." Just made a batch of stuffed mirlitons yesterday.

7:49 PM  

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