Jambalaya
Listed ingredient measurements may need to be halved
to fit smaller rice cookers.
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Jambalaya

A quick and easy meal that tastes like you spent all day.

Prep: 10 min Total: 40 min Yield: Serves 4

Ingredients

1 1/2 cups Mahatma® or Carolina® White Rice

1 lb spicy smoked sausage

1 lb shrimp, peeled and deveined

2 cups cooked chicken, shredded

4 cups chicken broth

1 4-oz can diced green chilies

2 tblsp creole seasoning

Cut the smoked sausage in half lengthwise then into 1/4" half circles. Add all ingredients to the inner pot and mix well. Set to White Rice/Cook. The rice cooker will automatically switch to Keep-Warm when the meal is ready.

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DragonMSTR
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I love Jambalaya. Always found it hard to make. The one pot cooking made this very simple, and it is really flavourful! I also added celery and onions, and I quick fried the sausage to bring out more of the flavour.

DRAGONMSTR

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This came out well in our 8 cup cooker, but it overflowed while cooking. Aroma makes 6, 8, 12, 14, 16, 20, 32, 48, and 60-cup cookers. It would be helpful if they could say what size cooker the recipe is intended for.

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ForetravelU300
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This is a question rather than a review. What is giving this dish the red coloring? There is no tomato paste, or sauce listed in the ingredients. I have my own shrimp & sausage jambalaya recipe which calls for tomato paste and tomato sauce which, when cooked, looks like this picture.

FORETRAVELU300

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I followed the directions exactly as stated. It came out entirely too salty and the rice was too soupy. It didn't look like this picture either. I like jambalaya and I know next time what I can do to improve this recipe.

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This recipe has the WRONG ingredient amounts for an 8-cup Aroma rice cooker. To make this recipe successfully without it turning into a mushy mess that spills out of the steam vent you'll want to use HALF of the chicken broth, chicken, sausage, and shrimp called for by the recipe. Oddly enough, after following the recipe as stated in the instruction manual and online with disastrous results, I found that the recipe is also printed on the outside of the product box with the correct ingredient amounts. If you are reading this review then you probably already know all of this too!

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DragonMSTR
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I love Jambalaya. Always found it hard to make. The one pot cooking made this very simple, and it is really flavourful! I also added celery and onions, and I quick fried the sausage to bring out more of the flavour.

DRAGONMSTR

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Anonymous
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It's red cause Creole seasoning has a lot of paprika and Cayenne pepper in it, both are red & color food. Many spicy sausages get their heat from red spices also. I've many Creole friends who would say - If it's got tomatoes in it, or more than a smidgen, it ain't Jambalaya. This was pretty good after I tweaked the seasonings a bit, as I make my own Creole and Cajun Seasonings.

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ForetravelU300
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This is a question rather than a review. What is giving this dish the red coloring? There is no tomato paste, or sauce listed in the ingredients. I have my own shrimp & sausage jambalaya recipe which calls for tomato paste and tomato sauce which, when cooked, looks like this picture.

FORETRAVELU300

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