Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya

  • meganhalv Posted: 10/30/11
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    This dish was okay, but nothing special. I found the flavor to be highly lacking.

  • BeckiSue Posted: 10/30/11
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    As with many healthier, quick to through together recipes, this dish didn't have super full flavor. However, as I ate my way through the bowl, it grew on me. It was easy to put together on a weeknight. My husband says he would have liked some okra and maybe a few shrimp next time.

  • kellb82 Posted: 11/21/11
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    i made this the other night and substituted the rice with a mixture of forbidden (black) rice and brown. it did seem a little tame spice wise so i'll definitely be adding more next time i make this. probably the mr lees hot sauce i buy at wahoo's fish tacos.

  • stjohncook Posted: 11/02/11
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    I always seem to have all the ingredients on hand for this recipe. I added two jalapeno peppers and Zatarains red beans and rice and it turned out very good with lots of flavor. I loved the simplicity and it was very quick, great recipe for leftover chicken.

  • Allie79 Posted: 11/18/11
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    I must have done something differently than the other reviewers, because this was a hit in our house. Maybe not authentic jambalaya, but what do you expect from a good-for-you recipe? The tip in the magazine said to use chicken sausage if you can't find the sausage called for in the recipe, so I used andouille chicken sausage that I found in the organic section of the grocery store. We liked it so much that, since I had most of the ingredients still on hand, I made another batch for our tailgate tomorrow.

  • yannie Posted: 11/28/11
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    I agree with the other reviewers this lacks some flavor. I added the canned tomatoes half way through the cooking time. Added a good helping of cajun seasoining and it was perfect. Putting in tomatoes at the end will give you a wet rice.

  • MicheleMcK Posted: 10/31/11
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    My family really like this. I used New Orleans Zatarian's wild rice (it was all I had on hand). Also added some red beans. Very good!!

  • ETFord Posted: 01/10/12
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    This was very bland and the turkey sausage had an unappealing texture. Will not make this again. May not even eat the leftovers.

  • Jamie1984 Posted: 11/28/12
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    This was delicious. I added shrimp and a bit extra ground red pepper. I don't know how people rated this so low.

  • carolfitz Posted: 04/13/13
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    OK, easy supper, nothing special, chose this because we had everything on hand incl some frozen low-fat andouille. Probably would have been better if we'd used a cajun blend instead of just the red pepper & salt. And probably should have drained the tomatoes. Served with the recommended breadsticks. Edible.

  • craynor Posted: 01/09/13
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    I think it is a good start, but definitely lacks flavour! I think next time I will use more ground red pepper, some cajun spice and add the tomatoes earlier to infuse more flavours! I am hoping the leftovers are better after the flavours have had time to meld!

  • promogal Posted: 06/12/13
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    This is the second worst things I've ever made in my life. Bad texture, bland flavor (I added some Cajun spice), smoky sausage was nasty & overwhelming--waste of a delicious rotisserie chicken. If you are going to make this I'd suggest you make ALL the modifications the Reviewers are suggestion as this needs some serious help.

  • AnglWords Posted: 11/27/13
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    I wouldn't make this again. Really lacking that pop in flavor. I used my Penzey Spice's Cajun spice because they're great spices. Also used chicken Andouille sausage. This was just blah!

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