Jambalaya word is originated in France.  So it is a French word that means “jumbled”, you can add any type of left-over food in this dish. Jambalaya Recipe is a beautiful mixture of great textures and strong flavors; try Cook Awesome Jambalaya recipe during the week.

This is a perfect way to use the left-over meat. Jambalaya is a fast and easy to make the recipe and easy to make a fortifying meal for a family.



Jambalaya Recipe | Chicken and Sausage Recipe

Cooking oil, 3 tbsp

Onion, chopped, 1

Celery stick, chopped, 1

Red pepper, chopped, ½

Long grain rice, 2 cups

Chicken stock, 4 cups

Tomato purees, 1 tbsp

Tabasco sauce, 4 shakes

Cold Roast chicken or meat, 225 g

Cooked sausage, 125 g

Frozen peas, 75 g


Preparation Method:

Jambalaya Recipe | Chicken and Sausage Recipe

Heat the oil in a large saucepan and add the onion, celery, and pepper. Cook over a gentle heat until soft.

Add the rice, chicken stock, tomato puree, and Tabasco sauce. Simmer uncovered for about 10 minutes.

Stir in the cold meat, sausage, and peas and simmer for 5 minutes. Switch off the heat, cover and leave to stand for 5 minutes before serving.



Fish and Shellfish are also good in a Jambalaya


Nutrition Note: 

Jambalaya Recipe| Chicken and Sausage Recipe

Per portion

Energy, 699 Kcals

Fat, 25.71 g

Saturated fat, 7.2 g

Cholesterol, 65.46 mg

Fiber, 1.95 g



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