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How to make it

  • In large saucepan put the canned tomatos - including water, undrained, yellow onion (diced), and red kidney beans, also undrained. Add about a teaspoon of cumin and teaspoon of chili powder to the mix. Add hot sauce as preferred. Bring to a boil and then leave to simmer while you prepare the sausage and rice.
  • Prepare saffron rice according to the directions on the package.
  • Cut the smoked sausage into chunks and cook (boil, covered is better) in a large saucepan in the beer and about two tablespoons of olive oil.
  • When rice and sausage are done, drain tomato and bean mixture into a bowl and put the liquid back in the large saucepan. Boil it down some and add spices accordingly to make a sauce.
  • Mix sausage and drained tomatos, onions, and beans into the rice. Top with some sliced green onion and serve, sauce on the side.

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  • mpw1980 4 years ago
    Very good recipe, I added some chicken to make it more meaty. Worsterchire sauce (splash) also added to the taste!
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  • artist92543 5 years ago
    This looks very good! Yum!
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  • rottman 5 years ago
    Haha... No, not traditional. But looks pretty good for a quick evening meal. Will have to put this one on my To Try list. Thanks.

    I might throw in a cut up chicken breast also...
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  • zena824 7 years ago
    This sounds good just like it is....and call it what you want too....as long as you like it.. who cares...Sounds wonderful to me....
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  • chefjeb 7 years ago
    you're right. no beans in jambayala. no saffron. the creoles couldn't afford or have that in their pantry. This is something else.It may be good, bu tit isn't Creole Jambayalya.
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