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- Heat oil in a large sauté pan. Add onion, pepper, celery and Cajun seasoning and sauté until onions are soft and brown.
- While vegetables cook, heat UNCLE BEN’S® READY RICE® Original Long Grain in microwave according to package instructions.
- Add garlic and sausage to vegetables and cook until sausage has browned.
- Add rice and canned tomatoes.
- Cook until heated thoroughly and mix until all ingredients are combined.
|Calories200Calories from Fat130|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat130|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
tala amiri 6 months ago
Of course I didn't do it the same as it is written here, but it's a good idea when your refrigerator is almost empty 😀
Jacquline Buso a year ago
This will definitely be another dish that we will make again!
Ashley Zeh a year ago
Delicious and quick for a weeknight meal.
Ruth B. 4 years ago
This has become a family favorite! Easy, with most ingredients on hand. I find to get the veggies softer that I need to add water while they're cooking/marinating in the Cajun seasoning. All in all, I love this recipe and come back to it fairly often!
Jamie Graham 4 years ago
I just wanna say that this recipe is the Bomb.com. I quadrupled the amount of rice used, and that fed my family of five for dinner AND leftovers for lunch the next day. I made some changes that brought out tons of flavor, here's what I used. - 5 cups long grain white rice/10 cups water - 3 "Georgia Boy Smoked Sausage" Links - 4 Tbsp olive oil - 1 medium onion - 3 celery ribs - 1/2 green bell pepper - 3 Tbsp N'Orleans Cajun Seasoning by Weber - 1 tsp Soul Food Seasoning - 1 Tbsp Vegetable Magic by Chef Paul ("Magic Seasoning Blends") - 1 tsp chili powder - 7 garlic cloves - 2 cups diced fresh grape tomatoes Since it was such a heavy order, I started on the rice first. While the rice was cooking, I followed the instructions above. However, I put a lid on top of the saute pan while the sausage was cooking for about 12-15 minutes, to let the sausage cook thoroughly. Then I just mixed it all together. It was absolutely delicious! My family and I are starch-loving people. That's why I didn't quadruple the amount of vegetables used. Instead of the vegetables being the star of the show, I let them enhance the flavor of the rice and sausage. So if you enjoy flavored rice like we do, this Jambalaya will be perfect for you. Enjoy!!
Ashli Y. 4 years ago
I love this recipe, did a few things different, I used regular rice, Chicken Peppers and Cheese Sausage(from Costco), and used Rotel tomatoes, added some Salt. and garlic pepper and it was on Point. This is definitely a keeper recipe, easy and can feed a herd if you got one, just quadrupled the recipe and there was plenty