What a great recipe!! The family really enjoyed it, and it was very easy to make. If you like more "heat", there is no difficulty to add to this. I made it with no changes to the recipe, and it was so tasty! I served it with sourdough wheat bread, and Hershey's Special Dark Picnic Cake for dessert. Thanks, Jackie, this is a keeper!
Perfect, easy, and attractive! The broth and seasonings are wonderful! Just the right amount of heat and we appreciate that it does not have crushed red pepper in it. I did sub ham for the sausage, omitted the green pepper, and used cooked shrimp b/c they had a great sale on it. We put the cooked shrimp in for 3 minutes. Thanks JackieOhNo! for posting a recipe I will definitely be making again. Made for PRMR game.
I'm giving it 3 stars only because it needed much more flavor than as indicated. I used beef stock (about 3 times as much), 13 oz. of sausage, 1 lb shrimp. I added not only cayenne but Old Bay and about twice the other seasoning. I did add a little more vegetables to it, chopped zucchini, just before the shrimp but I was surprised it needed as much as it did. Once it was doctored up a bit, it was great.
Delicious!! We loved this quick and easy jambalaya. The seasonings were perfect, I wouldn't change a thing. I used 12 oz. of Andouille sausage because that was the size package I had on hand and we love the stuff. My husband kept commenting on how good it tasted, so I knew it was a winner. Thank you for sharing this fabulous recipe...it is definitely a keeper!!<br/>Made for ZWT 9 - Cajun/ Creole for The Apron String Travelers.
Thanks, Jackie - for another great recipe! I didn't know Jambalaya was so easy to make, or it would have had a place on our regular menu. This Jambalaya is delicious and goes together quickly. I did add more cayenne because we like it spicy, and also threw in a teaspoon of Cajun Blackened seasoning. We used our homemade Andouille for this (acleggstore.com), which to our disappointment turned out a bit crumbly. But it still tasted good! I've never seen a Cajun or creole restaurant here in CR, and now I don't need one! Thanks for posting! ZWT9
Great recipe! I changed just a couple of things, I used creole seasoning instead of chili powder, used chicken broth and didn't use sugar and used Clamato Juice instead of water. I like some heat in my food. Will definitely make this again!
I made quite a few changes here and amount adjustments, just to name a few I used chicken broth, olive oil, omitted the sugar and parsley, increased the veggies and added in 2 teaspoons crushed chili flakes, served with fresh grated Parmesan cheese, with those changes we really enjoyed the recipe, thanks Jackie!