How to make it

  • In a Dutch oven, saute sausage and ham until begins to brown.
  • Add butter, chopped veggies and garlic and saute until soft, stirring often.
  • Stir in seasonings, stock and tomatoes and bring to a boil.
  • Add rice, stirring well; add seafood, stir; reduce heat to low.
  • Cover and cook until rice is done, about 40 minutes.

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  • butterflysue 11 years ago
    Sounds great. I have a question, the ingredients read "cooked rice", the directions say "cook until rice is done", do I add cooked or uncooked rice? Thanks
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    notyourmomma ate it and said...
    I have just the ingredients to make this! Just what I've been craving.
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  • krumkake 11 years ago
    That sounds like some goooooood jambalaya...and the history lesson was great, too, chefjeb!
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  • chefjeb 11 years ago
    Good recipe. It has the trinity in it bells, onions, celery, which is a must. For those who live in far away lands and are deprived of Creole seasoning I have a salt free seasoning on my page which would work in this recipe. Actually jambayala is Creole, introduced by the Spanish in 1770 to substitute for their Paella and they had to change the ingredients to what was on hand. The Africans contributd the rice or ya-ya. And the French renamed it Jambon a la Yaya, meaning ham with rice. Just a little bit of history. No charge.
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  • pudgy47 11 years ago
    Hay!!!!! This is a great recipe. Printed it out to try. Thanks
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