This was sooooo good. Had been looking for " brown jambalya " recipe for a long time !!! Thank you so much for posting.
I made this in my rice cooker. First I sauteed the vegetables and meat then threw everything in the rice cooker. It look a little extra chicken broth, but otherwise worked really well. I used ham and shrimp as the meat, but did everything else to the recipe - except I didn't have any green onions. It does smell great!
Wonderful!! This recipe has made my mind up that I really DO NOT like the "boxed" kind!! It will be this recipe from now on. The only thing was that I did not have diced ham. Still EXCELLENT!!
This recipe is absolutely delicious. The smell permiated the house and I couldn't wait to eat it. The seasoning was on point, I added a tsp of cajun seasoning just because I can never find a recipe that doesn't need an added touch but I was wrong. The one thing I would do different the next time is:brown the sausage and ham and then add in the chicken, other than that I wouldn't change a thing. I have thirteen yr. old twins and one is very hard to please; he wrote on top of the recipe THIS IS SO GOOOD. I urge you to try this and enjoy.
Great. The only thing I changed was to use lil smokies I had on hand. It similar to how I make my pileau(perlow). Made for Cajun/Creole.
Absolutely delicious, and you have rendered me speechless. I followed this exactly, not changing one thing. I halved this recipe easily, and it was a charm to put together. Don't be put off by the list of ingredients, this is a must try, and quick too. You will want to wait until it's cooked though, although I confess to sticking my spoon in a tasting a bit. Perfect! August 2009