16 Reviews

I told my husband to get on this site and find something for us to make for dinner. This is what he came up with. WOW!!! What powerful and intense flavor. Your stew has a very hearty and savoury flavor that kept us coming back for more. Thank-you Nurse Di. This is going to be something we will make over and over again.

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Gracie in NM November 10, 2002

A friend made this recently and I loved it. I had to have the recipe. I made it yesterday and my dh loved it too. This is a keeper and a go-to. Enjoy!

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SaucyCook February 21, 2010

I made this for my dh and my father and they loved it!! It does make a lot but leftovers are wonderful. Thanks for posting!

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thephotogal February 20, 2009

Love love LOVE this recipe! Thanks so much for posting. This makes a lot, but everyone will eat till they're ready to pop so you may not have many leftovers. I followed it to the letter and it was perfect. Found all the ingredients at Super Wal-Mart, even the wine (used the $1.97 stuff, not bad at all). Great with hot french bread & served over brown rice.

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FabulousBigNiki May 27, 2008

This was superb! Really good over rice! I don't care for bell peppers, but went ahead and used them anyway - and it was fab! You need them to round out the flavors. I used the chicken thighs, polish sausage (b/c I couldn't find andouille) and ended up using 2 lbs. of shrimp, just so I wouldn't have any remaining that might go bad if I didn't use it ASAP. Really wonderful recipe!! Not too difficult to make, just takes some time to let everything come together like it needs to. Will absolutely be making this again!

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BellyDancer January 15, 2007

I was tired of the same old stew with potatoes and carrots, so when I saw this recipe I thought I'd give it a try. I don't really care for bell peppers and chicken is just alright and my boyfriend doesn't really care for stews or sausage but there was something about this recipe. I'm so glad I tried it, it was INCREDIBLE, even my BF said it was a keeper! The only thing I changed was I substituted a TBS of Cayenne pepper for the paprika (personal preference). If you haven't tried this recipe you absolutely have to! next time I think I am going to add some more broth and some small pieces of pasta

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Botpol May 15, 2006

WOW!!! I am a Cajun, and THIS is Cajun cookin' at it's best!! I just wish I could give it more than 5 stars. The only change I made was a personal preference. I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts cut into thirds. Next time, I'm doubling this one so I will have plenty frozen up for extra meals. Thanks, NurseDi for another winner!!!

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kenbarby May 13, 2006

YUM. This was awesome. I more than doubled it just to make sure we'd have leftovers. Used Italian sausages instead of andouille, added a couple handfuls of crumbled bacon, and added celery in with the onions and peppers. Thanks, Nurse Di, for a definite keeper!

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Titanium Chef October 03, 2005

This aroma was wonderful. I cut up chicken breasts and used spicy italian sausage b/c thats what I had. First night served over noodles, second night spices melded and served on rice (highly recommend rice). This is wonderful! Thank You!

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jrusk September 20, 2005
Chicken, Shrimp, and Sausage Stew