Sunday, April 15, 2012

Jambalaya Recipe (my way)

Jambalaya (my way)

I start with Jenn'o Turkey Sausage, celery, chopped red onions, 
green pepper, green onions, chopped tomatoes and basmati  rice

So with these ingredients assembled I sauteed the celery, onions, chopped garlic, 
green pepper, green onions, in 4 tbsp olive oil. When vegetables are
tender I add the sausage chopped tomatoes, and par boiled rice, seasoned with
salt, pepper, cayenne, garlic, onion powder and a non-salt seasoning.

I like to use a Dutch Oven to cook in, 
its heavy and can withstand high heat for fast sauteing. 

After all ingredients are mixed and simmer for 25-30 minute on low.

Recipe: Things I have on hand
I whole Jennie O  Smoked Turkey Sausage
1 1/2 C basmati rice rinsed and par boiled *
2 cups celery chopped
1 large red onion chopped
1 bunch green onions chopped
2 cups chopped tomatoes
4 garlic cloves chopped
2 large cans diced tomatoes
I prep all ingredients by washing and chopping. Saute all fresh vegetables until onion turn's clear, add chopped sausage, can tomatoes and parboiled rice, let simmer for about 20-25 minutes, just for spices to
mingle with ingredients. Flavor with onion and garlic powder, cayenne, salt and pepper to your taste. I leave this to you and your families palate. 

*Hint: to get rid of some of the carbs in rice I soak in cold water and rinse several times before using in recipe

Sometimes I add cut up chicken, sauteed in oil before adding at the same time I add tomatoes for a hardier meal! You can add more or less of vegetables listed above depending on what you have on hand.

Enjoy!! If you have a favorite recipe you have shared on your blog share it in a comment

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10 comments:

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    1. Thanks Erin, we love it, although it does not have fish or shrimp in like the real jambalaya and my guys would like.

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    1. Thanks Terry, appreciate it!! Happy New Year!!

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  3. please pass a bowl. Happy New Year wishes and thank you for sharing at the hop. I hope you will stop by again soon. I posted the new giveaway! xo

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    1. ❥ I will send one right your way!! Thanks for stopping by, Happy New Year Katherine!! ❥

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  4. The Lazy Gastronome
    This looks delicious! Sadly, the Pleasures of the NW's DIY Party is for crafts and decorating projects, not food. If you would like to go to our other blog and share this recipe that would be great!

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    1. Darn Helen, I was not paying attention. Thanks for stopping by to check out the recipe.

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  5. I need to try this! My oldest has been asking for Jambalaya. We've never made it yet.

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    1. Alissa it is really easy and taste great, you can add more red pepper flakes to add more zip.

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