Ready in 45 minutes
This is based on a recipe from Hillshire Farm's website. It's an easy one skillet meal that looks and tastes like you went to a lot of trouble making it.
Melt butter in heavy, large lidded skillet over high heat. Add vegetables and garlic and saute for 5 minutes. Add all of the other ingredients, mix well, and bring to a boil. Lower heat and simmer for 25 minutes or until the rice is done. Remove from heat and allow to sit for 5 minutes before fluffing with fork and serving.
Use turkey sausage to reduce the fat. Use half the amount of Cajun seasoning if you're sensitive to spicy foods.
Debbielou 1y agoI make my rice separate and then put this over the rice.
RhumBaba 2y agoGreat and simple. Will make this one again and again.
Jp4 2y agoOur family loves this Jambalaya. It's easy to through together.
Aimeelady 2y agoAlmost forgot to review this tks for the reminder. Made a couple weeks ago, it was ok, missing some flavor and didnt care for converted rice use. Not making again.
audabc 2y agoThis dish is on weekly repeat. I use the recipe as written, except I add a whole bell pepper, fresh japaleno, black beans and okra. Great!
Yummy111 2y agoAbsolutely great!
chartrrs 2y agoThis was great!!!
Twistedmama 2y agoGreat base for jambalaya! Added a few extra ingredients such as black beans and diced tomatoes w/green chilies. Next time I will double the recipe, because it was not enough for seconds and thirds for my family of four, which they were begging for. Thanks!
Lynn1775 2y agoMade a quickie version of this with Success Rice, did not drain tomatoes. Delicious! Used Oscar Mayer Smokie Links which were discontinued but are now back on the market (yay!)
kakishawilliams 2y agoEasy to make & it tastes lovely!!