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Spicy dish that always warms the tummy....
"Made this tonight, but browned up a little chicken first, then added that when I added the sausage. Also used green peppers instead of red, because that's what I had.
Turned out amazing!
I added some cayenne pepper, and since I didn't have garlic salt, I just used a bit more garlic, and added salt, and I put in a 1/4 tsp of parsley flakes.
It tastes amazing, and I can't wait til tomorrow, when the flavors have had a long time to meld.
Gonna post a picture shortly."
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Heat olive oil in a large Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Addchopped onion, chopped bell pepper, minced garlic, and sausage; sauté 5 minutesor until vegetables are tender.
Add rice and the next 6 ingredients (through chicken broth); cook 2 minutes. Add broth, water, tomato paste, hot pepper sauce, chili powder and diced tomatoes; bring to a boil. Cover, reduce heat, and simmer 20 minutes. Add shrimp; cook 5 minutes. Let stand 5 minutes. Stir in parsley.
Recipe By: George Ross (adopted ideas from Lia Huber, Cooking Light, APRIL 2005)
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checo94 1 month ago
jmpieper 2 months agoThis recipe had incredible flavor. I like the fact that it is very adaptable to what you have on hand. Warning....those of you who like things hot will want to add some cayenne and triple the hot sauce as it could definitely use more bite. My two year old loved this and we will definitely make it again.
tlbarker72 4 months agoReally good! And very simple to make. I felt like this recipe has just the right amount of heat. Will definitely keep this one to make again.
prairiedog2743 6 months agoAwesome! Spicey goodness!
Brandyferrer 10 months ago
Racarpenter 11 month agoI would cut the sausage slices into quarters. Also might lighten up on the thyme next time. It is excellent and very easy to make.
bloons 1 year agoDelicious! Nice flavour with just a bit of kick. Maybe use a bit less hot sauce while cooking (or omit and add to individual servings to taste) if kids aren't into spicy. I had some cooked chicken in the fridge to use up, so I chucked it in too. Will become a regular dish!
dodiwalsh 1 year ago
Gbishop34 1 year agoReally good. Perfect amount of spicy.
bolga 1 year agoAwesme!
brianacardoza 1 year agoDiced tomatoes and green chilies for an extra kick
zachmcfarland 1 year ago
caliope921 1 year agoReally tasty!!! I added a little more hot sauce for plenty of kick :)
kaitlino'connellowens 1 year agoVery good & very easy. Adding it to our rotation.
sarahcnash 1 year agoso good! I used brown rice and forgot to adjust the cooking time so I ended up having to mess with a bit. Next time I will use white... The flavor was just amazing!
AZVern 1 year agoMade this tonight, but browned up a little chicken first, then added that when I added the sausage. Also used green peppers instead of red, because that's what I had.<br><br>Turned out amazing!<br><br>I added some cayenne pepper, and since I didn't have garlic salt, I just used a bit more garlic, and added salt, and I put in a 1/4 tsp of parsley flakes.<br><br>It tastes amazing, and I can't wait til tomorrow, when the flavors have had a long time to meld.<br><br>Gonna post a picture shortly.
Jacobsonesk2 1 year agoLoved it! One of the best that I've made : )
wiskid52_10 1 year agoGood!
Stacie82 2 years agoThis recipe was FANTASTIC!!!! I did double the recipe and add a few more things. I used turkey sausage added 1/2 tsp cumin, 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper, 1/2 tsp sugar a green pepper. It really is a great recipe and even better the next day!!!
Natdoma 2 years agoMy husband loved it!! The best I ever had and was do quick and easy to make!