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Quick Jambalaya

Quick Jambalaya recipe
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Never thought you’d see quick and jambalaya in the same sentence? Well, it’s true. You're just 30 minutes away from a crowd-pleasing bowl of shrimp, rice and savory sausage.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
5/31/2011
Unfortunately my husband and I hate this recipe. I wanted so bad to love it because it was so easy to make. It was too sweet. We only ate one bowl each and neither one of us would eat the leftovers so we had to throw it out. So sad and what a waste.
posted:
5/13/2011
Great, easy recipe. My family thought it was delicious.
posted:
5/11/2011
Absolutely delicious, super fast, and a great family meal option!
posted:
4/20/2011
Its very good !!!!
posted:
4/13/2011
family liked this recipe
posted:
4/4/2011
Intructions were easy to follow and preperation was quick. The sauce came out a little spicy. I used tomatoe sauce instead of barbecue sauce. But the sauce was great! I bought medium size cooked shrimp with the tail on and they still shrunk to a minuscule size.
posted:
2/9/2011
I have been making this recipe for over a year now and it is my husbands favorite! I use andouille sausage instead of the italian, I use diced tomatoes with green chilies or zesty jalepenos, I use yellow or orange peppers and I use a different kind og BBQ sauce. Jumbo shrimp are excellant as well and a couple of dashes of hot sauce!! Yummy!
posted:
1/25/2011
Very good but next time I think I'll leave out the BBQ sauce.
posted:
9/30/2010
This recipe is soooo good. I agree it can end up tasting too sweet and cheap, like it came off of the school lunch menu. The trick is to add hot sauce! It seriously improves the dish by a thousand percent. I like to add Emeril's Kick it up a Notch hot sauce, but any kind of hot sauce would probably work. And if you think it's too watery, let it boil just a little longer before you remove it from the heat.
posted:
6/26/2010
I halved the bbq sauce and added salsa. It was excellent!
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