Jamba-WHO?! What is Jambalaya?
Jambalaya is a rice based dish, containing a mixture of meat and vegetables, with origins from West African, French, and Spanish cuisine. The West Africans had jolly rice. The Spaniards had paella. With the French influence There are so many ways that you can make jambalaya your own and suitable for your own tastebuds. Traditionally, jambalaya consists of smoked sausage (or other smoked meats such as Tasso or andouille sausage), seafood (shrimp or crawfish), chicken, or pork. It can contain all of the meats or just the ones you have on hand. With this being a southern Louisiana dish, it is common for it to contain the “Holy Trinity” (onion, celery, and green bell pepper). While this dish is an easy and simple family meal it is a true labor of love.
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Gather the ingredients below and follow the steps in the recipe below. Jambalaya is simply made by browning the ingredients and allowing them to simmer in a broth to perfection. Our hope is that you enjoy and begin incorporating all these new delicious recipes to your weeknight meals.
1. In Ms. Mickey's Air Fryer fry sausage for 10 minutes to allow the sausage to charr.
2. In a medium dutch skillet stir fry onion, celery, and bell pepper (holy trinity) until vegetables are tender.
3. Next, add garlic and cook for an additional minute.
4. Stir in diced tomatoes, tomato sauce, chicken broth, super creole seasoning, extreme fiery blend, thyme, oregano, paprika, bay leaf, Ms Mickey’s Hot Sauce, and charred sausages.
5. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to low and simmer for 2 minutes.
6. Stir in "uncooked" rice and green onion and continue cooking for an additional 20 minutes, or until rice is tender.
7. Remove from heat and stir in chopped parsley and shrimp.
8. Let jambalaya sit for 5-10 minutes to allow shrimp to cook thoroughly.
9. Serve hot with a side of French bread.
When it comes to gumbo, there is no place more iconic than New Orleans. This city has a long and rich history with the dish, dating all the way back to the 18th century. Gumbo is a stew that typically contains a variety of meats and vegetables, all simmered in a roux-thickened broth. It’s a true melting pot of a dish, reflective of the city’s diverse culture. And while there are many different ways to make gumbo, there is one things that all versions have in common: they’re absolutely delicious.
If you’re looking for a gumbo that captures the true essence of New Orleans, then look no further than our New Orleans Style Gumbo History.