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New Food: Slow Cooker Jambalaya

January 12th, 2013

If you subscribe to my Pinterest page, my @douglaswelch Twitter account or my Google+ feed, you know that I am always finding recipes I want to try. This series, New Food, will highlight some of those finds as we make them for the first time in our own kitchen. Then, I’ll report back to you on the results — for better or worse! — Douglas

Slow Cooker Jambalaya

First, I have to apologize for no photos on this recipe. I usually shoot some pictures of almost everything I make — especially for the first time — but I seemed to have been too busy to do it this time. I’ll make sure to shoot it again the next time I make it (yes, there will be a next time) and update this post once I do.

So, as I gave away in that introduction, I will be making this recipe again. I have made it twice now, reducing the amount of tomato sauce each time, and it has been a bit with me and the family. It is a great change-up from our typical diet of pasta and sauce and brings some new, different flavors into our usual dinner menu.

This recipe has worked both in the slow cooker and in the stove top with equally good results. This allows you to easily plan ahead or make it at the last minute, whatever your needs might be.

Slow Cooker Jambalaya

(Recipe on Bakespace.com)

Ingredients

1 pound skinless, boneless chicken breast halves – cut into 1 inch cubes
1 pound smoked turkey sausage, sliced, then cut into quarters
1 (14 ounce) can tomato sauce (or diced tomatoes, if you prefer)
3 Tbsp dried minced onion flakes
2 cup chicken broth
2 teaspoons dried oregano
2 teaspoons dried parsley
2 tsp minced garlic
3 teaspoons Cajun seasoning
1 pinch cayenne pepper
1/2 teaspoon dried thyme
1 cup white rice

Instructions

In a slow cooker (or stove top), combine all ingredients. If you wish, you can cook recipe separately and add it at the end of cooking.

Cover, and cook 7 to 8 hours on Low, or 3 to 4 hours on High.

When cooking on the stove top, simply add it with the other ingredients and cook until recipe is done.

 * Original recipe discovered via Plain Chicken

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