Jambalaya - have a good time - BEST New Orleans Jambalaya - The Daring Gourmet

Creole jambalaya tends to be found more often in New Orleans, whereas Cajun jambalaya is more popular in the rural areas of Louisiana.


**I also like heavily seasoned jambalaya, so I go with a full 2 tablespoons of Cajun seasoning. If you think that might be too much, I recommend adding just 1 tablespoon and then taste-testing the rice before adding the shrimp. If you want to add more at that point, just stir some extra seasoning in when you add the shrimp.

Stir in the shrimp, cover, and continue to simmer for another 10 minutes.  Add more Creole seasoning, hot sauce, or salt and pepper to taste.

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Add 3/4 cup of rice and gradually pour in 3 cups of chicken stock. Lower the heat to the medium setting. Allow the mixture to simmer for 15 minutes or until the rice is tender, stirring every now and then. Fold in the shrimp and chicken along with 5 ounces of sliced andouille sausage. When all the meats are cooked through, taste the jambalaya, and add more seasonings if necessary.

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