Étouffée is the French word which literally means "smothered," is the term used in New Orleans most often to refer to a thick stew of crawfish tails cooked in a roux-based liquid with crawfish, fat, garlic, and green seasonings. Étouffée is pronounced "ay-too-fay"

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