"Keep Sybil Brown's zippy jambalaya mix on hand and a full-flavored meal is never far away. The Highland, California cook add shrimp, smoked sausage and a few other easy ingredients to the nicely seasoned rice mix to create a speedy skillet sensation."
beef bouillon granules, cayenne, celery, chives, parsley, thyme, garlic powder, green pepper, rice, shrimp, black pepper, smoked sausage, water
"'This make-ahead main or side dish has all the flavor and boldness of traditional jambalaya,' affirms LynnMarie Frucci of Pullman, Washington. 'If there's any left over, roll it up in a flour tortilla and add your favorite topping.'"
cayenne, celery, chili powder, garlic, green pepper, rice, olive oil, onions, paprika, black pepper, soy sauce, salt, sour cream, water
"Mel Miller of Perkins, Oklahoma shares this meaty and satisfying jambalaya."
butter, cayenne, celery, chicken, rice, garlic, garlic powder, green pepper, sausage, shrimp, onions, black pepper, hot sauce, white pepper
"This Jambalaya pleases every one from picky kids to the even pickier dads, total time from start to finish is about 40 minutes, and a big plus ONLY ONE BIG POT TO CLEAN! This is very filling and is great heated up in a skillet the next day."
carrot, cayenne, celery, chicken, chicken broth, green pepper, rice, onions, salt, smoked sausage, vegetable oil
"I have always loved Cajun foods but my wife doesn't like the 'kick.' In response to this, I made my traditional Jambalaya without the heat. Everyone loved this recipe and I hope you will to. Enjoy!"
bay leaves, chicken, cayenne, celery, chicken broth, garlic, green pepper, kielbasa, olive oil, onions, onion powder, hot sauce, black pepper, rice, worcestershire sauce
"Spicy jambalaya with chicken and andouille sausage."
sausage, black pepper, cajun seasoning, celery, chicken broth, file powder, garlic, green pepper, onions, vegetable oil, hot sauce, chicken, red pepper flakes, salt, rice, worcestershire sauce
This simple recipe from Southern Living is as simple as 1-2-3! This is a great recipe for when you really want some jambalaya and just do not have the time to stand over the stove! It was published in the December 1997.
beef broth, chicken broth, chicken, cajun seasoning, french onion soup, green pepper, hot sauce, rice, olive oil, onions, smoked sausage
I have the Paula Deen version of Jambalaya posted, but this one, I have had the pleasure of eating at 440 Main, a very ritzy restaurant where I went to college. It's fancy and a bit on the expensive side, but well worth the money. When I took my gourmet cooking class, the teacher called the restaurant and got the recipe for us to make in class. I was SO happy! This recipe is quick cooking; the prep takes a bit, though.
andouille sausage, celery, chicken, chicken broth, rice, green pepper, ham, onions, parsley, red pepper, salt, shrimp, shrimp, tomato sauce, vegetable oil
Use "cheater" ingredients such as jarred pasta sauce, pre-cooked sausage, and minute rice for a delicious and quick jambalaya. It tastes so good you won't even know it isn't authentic creole! (shhh - don't tell anyone) This recipe was invented out of neccesity. I wanted a quick and easy to prepare jambalaya without having to deal with the time consuming process of doing it the old fashioned way. This makes great leftovers too - perfect for packing in a thermos to take to work/school the next day. I've also served this to guests for dinner and it's always a hit.
This recipe came from a 4-H cookbook I had back in the early 80's. It's nothing like real jambalaya.
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