7 Reviews

I'm a big fan of jambalaya. I doubled the onions and garlic and added some worchestershire. I browned the chicken very well in order to have a good base of drippings. I sauted the vegetable mixture until the onions were carmelized in order to get that extra flavor. I also added black pepper and added a little more salt. Using boneless chicken breasts also makes for a very easy dish.

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Luby Luby Luby May 24, 2003

This is a good recipe, however I think andouille sausage is more traditionally used in cajun cooking.

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lynnjarrell February 12, 2012

This was a wonderful dish. I'm half Cajun and have had a lot of Jambalaya in my lifetime and this was one of the better recipes. I prefer this kind without the tomatoes. It had a good flavor and just the right amount of "bite." I don't like onions so we didn't add them. Didn't miss them one bit.

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michelebelle August 28, 2008

I love Jambalaya. I also use to love watching Justin Wilson cook. The ingredient he put in almost everything was "just a little mo red sippin wine" OOOWWEEEE". It does add that extra Justin Wilson flavor.

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Smiley Joe January 04, 2008

I love this recipe. I'm a vegetarian, but I really enjoy making this dish for my friends and family. It's always a hit!!

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spiral_towards_stardom October 29, 2006

Very good recipe, I had to cut the recipe in half for us. Also makes great leftovers. Will make again.

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lilquiz November 27, 2005

Very good recipe and very easy to make. I doubled the recipe and probably could have fed the whole community. I would definitely make this again.

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Margaret Button July 14, 2005
Jambalaya