In a 6-quart pot, heat oil and fry chicken until it is golden brown. Remove chicken, cut up into pieces when cooled down and set aside. To make the roux, leave oil in pot and add flour making a thick paste. Stir constantly until golden brown. Watch closely and stir constantly because roux's are easily burned.
Add vegetables to roux and let them sweat until soft. Add andouille, chicken pieces along with the broth. Salt and pepper, to taste, and allow to simmer on low heat for 1 1/2 hours. Stir occasionally to keep roux from sticking to the bottom of pot and burning.
Remove from heat and add green onions and parsley. Serve over rice.
Any leftovers are delicious after freezing. Enjoy!
You can substitute chicken for quail, rabbit, squirrel, duck or seafood!
This recipe was provided by a chef, restaurant or culinary professional. It has not been tested for home use.
Recipe courtesy of Jeffrey Carerras, chef and owner at Parasol's, New Orleans, LA
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