Ready in 25 minutes
This is a quick and easy version of New Orleans famous Jambalaya. This recipe actually makes enough to give out for 4 families. I usually like to make up the rice mix, place in pretty jars, and then give out with instructions for cooking. Each jar will make enough for 6 servings.
Combine all rice mix ingredients into a large mixing bowl. Divide mixture evenly among 4 pint sized jars or 4 heavy duty plastic bags and label. Store in a cool dry place.
When ready to make jambalaya:
If chicken and/or sausage is not cooked yet, start cooking in saucepans while rice is cooking.
To make rice: Take one of your jars (or bags) of rice mix and mix it with 2 cups of water and 8 oz of tomato sauce in a large dutch ovenpot. Bring to a boil, then cover and reduce heat. Cook for 20 minutes.
When jambalaya rice is done, add cooked smoked sausage and chicken to the pan and heat on low until heated through.
If you don't want to give it as a gift, you can easily just make up the mix for 1 jar (1/4 of the amounts)
JennC611 1y agoSo very good! I ended up doubling the rice since it was so spicy.
arcltd2000 2y ago
BlessedandFavored 2y agoCan you send me a copy so I can make it
Tammylucas 2y agoWonderful! And cheaper than the boxed stuff!
aschick11 3y agoGreat recipe, easy to make. And I have half the rice and spices uncooked stored away for the future!
AllisonLanier 3y agoYum! For several years, I've been making jambalaya from another recipe. I tried this recipe tonight, and oh my goodness is it every good! I added some diced green pepper, all-purpose seasoning, and hotcsauce
missjoy_86 4y agoDelicious! I added shrimp and mussels and it tasted great.
MJSanchez 4y agoLoved this recipe. Thank you for sharing.
NavyGator 5y agoTerrific flavor. Good amount of heat. Very easy to make.
Ngsgoddess 6y agoOk for those of us who only want 1 batch of the rice (to try it out first) here is the measurements: 1 C rice 1 Tbs onion flakes, red pepper flakes, parsley 2.25 tsp bouillon 1/2 tsp black pepper 1/4 tsp garlic, thyme, red pepper Hope this helps :)