Very easy to make, and very very tasty! I am picky about spicy food and this one is a definite favorite:)!
Excellent make ahead meal and can be varied very easily, the kids loved this one and so dod we cheap and very tasty
This is the best Jambalaya I have ever made! I have to triple the recipe whenever I make it. Everyone in my family just loves it--We love the flavoring from all the spices, a perfect combination and so easy to make!
What a flavorful dish with just the right amount of heat. I first thought that there wasn't going to be enough rice as it looked kind of sparse when I first added the rice but it turned out just right. The dish required a little chopping celery, onion, garlic, green pepper, and chicken) but was easy to put together once the chopping was complete. The one thing I would recommend, is to use a can of crushed or diced tomatoes rather than using canned whole tomatoes which you must crush (save time). I didn't end up having cajun spice (messed up only had Zataran's) so I mixed up one of Zaar's many cajun spice recipes.
Oh my my my this was sooooooo good!!! I had everything but the tabasco sauce, and I used fresh thyme and basil, but it was delicious anyway. I will definately be making this again. Very easy especially since it is all in one pan.
Hey Miss Annie, we loved your jambalaya. Very good mixture of spicy seasonings. Easy preparation and something I would like to make again only next time I will double the recipe so we will have left-overs. Thanks and Merry Christmas/Happy New Year to you and your family.
This recipe had excellent flavor. Just the right amount of heat. The only trouble I had was with the rice getting tender, it never really did. Even after continually adding water and cooking for over 45 minutes. Next time I make this I will add all the ingredients except the rice. I will prepare that seperately and serve this over the cooked rice. Thanks for posting we really enjoyed it.
This was great! It was my first time making any Jambalaya but a great experience and will be put into the rotation :). I did change a few things mostly just to preference. I used andouille sausage and shrimp instead of chicken. I also left out the celery because my husband and I arent fans. Love this though!
This was very easy, and very good. I used diced turkey and diced tomato as they were what I had on hand. I held off on adding the turkey until the rice was finished, as I was worried that it would dry out. This worked perfectly, and I had nice, moist meat, and very tender rice. I cooked the rice in a covered skillet for twenty minutes over low heat, and it came out perfectly. This was a very spicy dish, so we served a dollop of sour cream on the side to tame the heat. Next time I think I will cut the tabasco and cayenne in half, to make it less spicy. Thanks for posting a great recipe!
I really enjoyed this. I plunged in thinking I had tomatoes, but I didn't. I ended up using about half a can of crushed tomatoes and it turned out great. I also added some spinach - the added color was great. I also used a couple smokies instead of the chicken. Easy to prepare - will add it to my regular line up. Thanks!