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Jambalaya rice with shrimps, chicken, sausages and creole spices

Gluten free, Fish, Seafood & Shellfish, Pork, Poultry

Louisiana represents! Tomato based recipe with rice and lots of meat.

Ingredients

Recipe for 4

Jambalaya

200 Gr
Andouille sausage
200 Gr
Chicken breast
200 Gr
Peeled medium shrimps
1 Unit(s)
Yellow pepper
1 Unit(s)
Onion
2 Clove(s)
Garlic
1 Sprig(s)
Celery
1 Cup(s)
Tomato sauce
1 Cup(s)
White rice
2 Cup(s)
Chicken stock
2 Unit(s)
Okra
1 Tbsp
Creole spices

Creole spices

1 Tbsp
Paprika
1 Tbsp
Salt
1 Tbsp
Garlic powder
0.50 Tbsp
Fresh ground black pepper
0.50 Tbsp
Onion powder
0.50 Tbsp
Cayenne pepper
0.50 Tbsp
Thyme
0.50 Tbsp
Oregano

Garnishes

5 Sprig(s)
Parsley
2 Unit(s)
Green onion
  • Salt and pepper
  • Vegetable oil

Preparation time: 50 min

  • Mise-en-place

    Cut the chicken into 2cm thick slices and the sausages into round slices.

    Same goes for the okra.

    Cut the onion.

    Make a macedoine (small cubes) out of the peppers.

    Bevel the spring onions.

  • Creole spices

    Assemble all the ingredients together and make sure they are all well mixed.

  • Jambalaya

    In a big stewpot with vegetable oil, put in the onion, the pepper, the parsley and the garlic. Cook everything for 5-7mins. Add in the sausages, and make sure that all the flavors come together. Pour in the rice and the tomatoes and lastly the chicken stock. Medium low heat and let it cook, covered 25mins. Stir every now and then. Once the rice is fully cooked, add the shrimps and the okra. Cook and heat another 2-3mins.

  • Montage

    Nothing really fancy here, just pour everything out inside a bowl and... enjoy!

This is pretty much like a Paella from Spain; lots of ingredients altogether that you have to respect their very own cooking time and seasoning. Once you have both, anything is possible and whether you keep this recipe in its original form or not, you will always have something that's tasteful.

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