Low Carb Crock Pot Jambalaya

"I found this recipe on a low carb recipe site and I served it last night (my husband has been begging me to make Jambalaya and I finally found a low-carb version). It was excellent, easy to make, and had a nice kick to it (I added extra hot sauce, which might explain why it had a nice kick to it :-). If you are not eating low-carb, then I am sure you can add some rice to it (or serve it on top of rice). Enjoy!"
 
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Ready In:
7hrs 7mins
Ingredients:
12
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Add all ingredients, except shrimp, and stir well.
  • Cook on low for 6-8 hours (or on high for 3-4 hours).
  • If shrimp is uncooked, add to crock pot for last hour (low) or last 1/2 hour (high).
  • If shrimp is cooked, add to crock pot for last 15 mins of cooking time.

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Reviews

  1. HeatherN
    Really really good! I made a couple of substitutions, I swapped carrot for celery and chicken for shrimp. I also used diced tomatoes with chilies. Excellent flavor and easy to put together!
     
  2. judiesdream
    Great recipe! We cooked according to the directions. Thank you for posting!
     
  3. Tea Jenny
    Oh yum!!! this was fantastic. I made it to the recipe and added a wee bit more Tabasco to it as we like hot and it didn't disappoint. I am low carbing so I didn't have rice with it but DH did he never even twigged that it was low carb. A very nice recipe that I will be making as a regular. Thank you for posting.
     
  4. spotty129
    great, i added 1 can of green chilis and I put 1/2 teas. hot sauce. when I added a pound of shrimp, I also added 2 cups of cooked brown rice. excellent
     
  5. Ilovemymutt
    Very Delicious! and great for South Beach Diet, My husband loved it and he is very picky, Thanks for sharing! I used cooked shrimp, but I think next time I will try uncooked so that all the spices can be absorbed.
     
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  1. HeatherN
    Really really good! I made a couple of substitutions, I swapped carrot for celery and chicken for shrimp. I also used diced tomatoes with chilies. Excellent flavor and easy to put together!
     
  2. egs3948
    We thought this tasted great - 5 stars from both of us. We substituted boneless, skinless chicken thighs for the shrimp and put in about 3/4 to 1 teaspoon of the hot sauce. The kids gave ratings of 1 and 4 stars, but that may be due to being a little hotter than intended. Next time we'll use the listed amount of hot sauce and just add more in our individual bowls when serving.
     

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