Jambalaya
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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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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.

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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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Nightside
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Flavorful and quick. The times are off because they don't include precooking or shredding the chicken. My finished product was not as red as the picture, and was a bit drier than jamalaya typically is. Those facts aside, this recipe is a huge hit in our house. Definitely on our 'keeper' list.

NIGHTSIDE

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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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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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Drew
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I asked for this rice cooker for Christmas this year, and this is the first recipe I have tried in it. I did add 1/2 cup diced onions and 1/2 cup diced celery. I browned the sausage, onions and celery before I started the recipe. Otherwise I followed the recipe exactly (didn't have any shrimp) but it still turned out really delicious. My husband, who is a picky eater, said he really enjoyed it. Great flavor and delicious rice texture. I am looking forward to experimenting with this versatile cooker and trying many recipes at this site. Thanks you, Aroma!

DREW

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