Jambalaya

Jambalaya created by Ms B.

This is a Creole meal with a healthy twist.

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45mins
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  • Use oil to cook meats starting with chicken (cook fully), then sausage, last shrimp.
  • Cook until shrimp is almost pink and season with chili pepper, black pepper and chopped veggies.
  • Follow directions on back of Zatarain's box, mix in stewed tomatoes.
  • Cook until rice is tender.
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  1. Barefoot
    Tried this recipe and this was great! The only thing I changed was instead of turkey sausage I used Andouille sausage.
  2. KristenMisten
    I made this Jambalaya on a busy week night. It was quick, easy and my kids loved it. The only alteration I made was omitting the chicken to save time. It was fabulous even still.
  3. Ms B.
    Jambalaya Created by Ms B.
  4. Ms B.
    I used this recipe as an idea to make my own version of Jambalaya. I first sauteed onions and green peppers in oil before adding 1 cubed up chicken breast, and some sliced smoked sausage. I then added a can of diced tomatoes with garlic and a can of chicken broth and brought to a boil before adding the box of Zaatarain's Jambalaya mix. When the rice was almost tender, I added the shrimp, about half of a beer (because I thought it needed more liquid), some worchestershire sauce, and some hot sauce. So simple with great results.
  5. valisha
    This is a Creole meal with a healthy twist.
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