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Which three ingredients are considered the "Cajun Trinity" in Cajun and Creole cooking? Olive oil, tomatoes, and oregano Curry, coconut, and ghee Onion, celery, and bell pepper Okra, cabbage, and cheese

Answer:

ONION, CELERY & BELL PEPPER

Anyone who has visited Louisiana knows that the local cuisine is taken very seriously. While Cajun and Creole culture have different origins and their cuisines feature different dishes, the two cultures share some common elements. One common element in their cooking is called "The Trinity" - onion, celery, and bell pepper (usually green). This trio forms the vegetable base of many Creole and Cajun meals. It is thought to have been adapted from the French mirepoix, which comprises onion, celery, and carrots. With carrots being hard to find, bell peppers were used instead. It's hard to imagine gumbo with carrots! Source: The Spruce Eats

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