How to make it

  • Melt the Butter in a big pot on the stove
  • Sautee your andouille in the butter until gets dark on the sides
  • Throw in half of your celery, green peppers, and onions (reserving half for later)
  • Cook until the vegetable are translucent
  • throw in the tomatoes and tomato sauce and cook for a couple minutes
  • Add Rice and cook for another couple minutes
  • Add your stock, garlic, bay leaves, worcestire, hot sauce, and remaining vegetables. Oh yeah, and your seasoning.
  • Towards the end of cooking when the rice is starting to be finished throw in your shrimp and let the heat from the rice cook the shrimp.
  • Top with green onions, or parsley if you wish.

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    " It was excellent "
    mulberry42 ate it and said...
    This was delicious but I made a couple of adjustments. Instead of using chicken broth (didn't seem to fit) I took the onion peel, onion ends, celery ends, shrimp shells and tails, about 5 cups of water or so, and around a tablespoon of some cajun spice and simmered them together for 25 minutes or so. Then I strained away the solids from the liquids and used this as my broth. I also used long grain brown rice because I prefer it. Used about 2-2 1/2 cups of chopped andouille sausage (because thats about what came in the package I bought and seemed to fit perfect with my other adjustments), one decent sized onion, and one large green bell pepper. I followed the rest of this method and it turned out fantastic. I promise that making the seafood broth, although it adds 25 mins, is completely worth it!!
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  • ginadejoe638 7 years ago
    Just made this and it is supurb!
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  • artist92543 8 years ago
    This is good! Luckily I can get andouille sausage here in Southern California for making cajun/creole makes a difference. I wish I could also get Oak Smokehouse brand jambalaya mix. I used to buy it when I lived on the Mississippi gulf coast and it was sooo good!
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  • jimrug1 8 years ago
    I have been looking for a good Jambalaya recipe. This is one to put in my must try recipes. Thanks for sharing.
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    " It was excellent "
    valinkenmore ate it and said...
    Now that's what I'm talking about! I was born in Louisiana and this is one of the most authentic recipes for Jambalaya I've seen! Thanks for the wonderful post - now you just need a picture of it! High 5
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