Nutrition Facts:


Serving Size: ˝ cup, prepared

Servings Per Mix: 8


Amount Per Serving:

Dry Mix

Calories: 15.3

Total Fat: 0 g

Saturated Fat: 0 g

Cholesterol: 0 mg

Sodium: 437 mg



3.5 g

Dietary Fiber: <1 g

Sugars: <1 g

Protein: <1 g


Customer Comments:


Just recently tried the Etoufee and it was sooooooo good. I make it with spicy sausage and chicken, no seafood. This is definitely one mix I will be ordering again.

Ann Killam from Wonder Lake, IL


Still one of my favorite mixes!

I have tried it with the Ground Sausage, which I love love love.
I have tried it with Shrimp, which was Yummy.
I have tried it with Ground beef, which was not so good.
And today I tried it with Chorizo, which I must say the flavor is different, But very yummy. (I did absorb some of the grease, so it wasn’t so oily)

Amy Mohr from Lombard, IL (Top team leader)


I want to share with you some feedback I got on these mixes from a real
Cajun. My builder is Louisiana Cajun. So I decided to get a true Cajun's
opinion of the Etoufee and Jambalaya. I gave his wife the mixes and she
made them both. She called and said her family loved them -- her boys were
licking their plate. She really raved about the Etoufee. She said she's going to order some
from me. She said it's a whole lot easier than making it from scratch and
just as good. She wants to make it when her in-laws come and see what they

Deb Templeton from Peoria, IL


I had never heard of Etoufee until I joined Gourmet Cupboard. I made it last night with sausage (we don't do seafood)! I loved it!

Elizabeth Mason from Beford, IA


I have made it several times using shrimp, and we love it!

Kaye Reichle from Beach City, TX


I tried this for the first time last night. I had never heard of it before I joined TGC (I am a Yankee!)    It was great. 4 out of our 5 family members liked it. We always have one at our house that doesn't like something we’re cooking.

Ronda Sting from Conway, AR


TGC Etouffe Mix is WONDERFUL! One of my family's favorites. You have got to try it! I make it with sausage or pre-cooked shrimp (add it in at the end so the shrimp doesn't get rubbery.)
Maryann Behrens from Cheektowaga, NY


Mixes- Did You Know?  (Fun Trivia!)

Did you know where the recipe Etoufee came from?  This recipe is based on a recipe from Melissa’s mother-in-law, Debbie Holmes, who is a wonderful Cajun cook!  She has made it for years and has always been a family favorite.  To the mix, you just add water, tomato sauce, chopped tomatoes, and your choice of shrimp, crawfish, or ground sausage!  Serve over rice.  Yummy!

Additional Recipes:


I decided to try something a little different.  My family loves our Etoufee mix.  So, I made it as directed (with small shrimp).  While it was cooking, I added made a few cups of rice.  I bought these little phyllo dough mini shells in the frozen section of the grocery store.  You bake them for just a few minutes on a cookie sheet, and then after I baked them, I put a small spoonful of rice inside each one and topped it off with a spoonful of etoufee.  Oh, my gosh!!  We LOVED them!  They were delicious, easy, and they would make a wonderful appetizer for any occasion or party.

Melissa Holmes- owner TGC


The Etoufee is Awesome.. At our last Family get together we did Cajun Food, I made the Cajun Gumbo YUMmm! And my Daughter-in-law made the Etoufee, and we served everything over rice, and she even rolled out some Grand biscuits and filled them with some of the Etoufee mixture, folded them over, crimped the edges together, and then fried them like a fried pie for some Etoufee Pie.. OMG they were so good.. Will defintly be doing those again.. We used crawfish and smoked sausage for the Etoufee, and I put frozen cut okra in the Gumbo.. Make you wanna Slap your Mamma as the Cajun's say.. Anybody from Texas or Louisiana ever heard that expression?? LOL



Gift Ideas Using This Mix:


Let the Good Times Roll! 

Put together a Cajun themed basket for Mardi Gras or for anytime!  Roasted Cajun Potatoes Seasoning Mix (in shaker jar) , Spicy Cajun Rub (in shaker jar), Blackened Seafood Spice, Jambalaya, Cajun Gumbo, Cajun Creole, Shrimp or Crawfish Pie, Etoufee, Crawfish or Shrimp Cornbread, Shrimp/Chicken and Rice Casserole, Cajun Dirty Rice, Mardi Gras King Cake, King Cake Coffee, Slow Cooker Bananas Foster, New Orleans Beignets, Pecan Pralines, Praline Yams, or Southern Bread Pudding