I made this and it was delicious :) However, I have to say that I did not cook mine long enough. Remember to cook it a little extra long to ensure that the chicken is completely cooked and the rice is tender.
This was super easy and very delicious! My husband and I devoured it! I accidentally used the cheesy jambalaya mix, and I think it would be even better if I had made it correctly.
I doubled the recipe and used precooked chicken. I used about 3 tablespoons of the curry and about a tablespoon of turmeric powder. I didn't have plain yogurt, so I used one 8 ounce container of vanilla yogurt made with coconut milk, and then I put in a scoop of sour cream. I used coconut oil to cook the onion and garlic. I had to put it thru two cycles in the cooker and stirred it in between cycles. It was still a bit liquidy, so I kept it on "warm" for about ten minutes while I heated up some bread in the oven. It smelled delicious while it was cooking, the results were not disappointing! It was delicious, and my whole family enjoyed it! I will definitely make this again!
I cannot believe how amazing this is. I didn't have jambalaya mix, so I made my own from a recipe I found somewhere else. INCREDIBLE. I thought I was in India, even though I have never been to India.
This was my first time cooking chicken in rice cooker (its a fuzzy logic) and it turned out great! I will definitely be making this again. How great to have a one pot meal and not use the stove or oven and it's something that can't be done in the crockpot. I love having another option. My dh had two big plates full. Thank you for sharing!
This is an excellent and easy-to-make recipe. However.... Zatarain's Jambalaya Mix contains MSG, which produced some after-meal headaches.