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Dark Roux

Dark Making a good one requires a strong arm and the patience of a New Orleans Saint, but the results are well worth it. Be sure to give yourself some time, and, as many a chef will recommend, line a couple beers along the stovetop to help pass the time.

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Dark Roux,For every roux-based gumbo out there, each cook has a certain kind of roux they like to make. Some people prefer to use a more subtle peanut butter colored roux. Others prefer the rich nuttiness of a darker roux.The richness of this dark, dark roux adds both flavor and color to the finished gumbo. Making such a dark roux takes time and patience, though.

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SAVOIE'S® Old Fashioned Roux (Dark), my grandmother swears by it and I don't have the time to make mine from scratch

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Dark Roux

A dark roux is most often used to thicken rich, deeply flavored gumbos and etouffée.

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Video: How to Make a Dark Roux

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Easy Dark Oven Roux

A dark roux is essential to a good southern gumbo, but it's time consuming, you can get burned easily, or worse, burn the roux and have to...