Cajun cooking combines French and Southern flavors and cooking methods. Creole cooking, an African-Spanish-French medley, calls for more tomatoes, butter and cream, but less spices than Cajun cooking.
Prepare the recipe, transfer the meatballs and sauces to a baking dish and cool. Cover and refrigerate for up to a day. To serve, heat it in a 350°F. oven or transfer it to a saucepan and heat it gently over low until it is hot. Either method takes about 10 minutes.
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