I cooked it for 4 hours because I knew that would be enough with my slow cooker. I kept it on low while cooking the shrimp. Because another reviewer mentioned the rice got mushy, I stirred in it at the end instead of putting it in with the shrimp. I agree with other reviewers that it has too much liquid so next time i would decrease some of the liquid a little.
This was delicious I could use my fresh garden herbs. Of course, tastes even better two days later. I did add okra for more southern taste.
I made this in my pressure cooker (10-12 minutes). As daneanp said, "It came out with more broth than expected", but it was delicious! I also used brown rice (40 minutes). Will definitely make this again.
It came out with more broth than I expected - the leftovers will probably be perfect in this regard though. I used brown rice, otherwise made as directed. Will definitely make this one again.
My family loved this recipe. I have varying tastes in my house, so I put the hot sauce on the table so everyone could add what they wanted. I doubled the turkey kielbasa. I also found that the rice got mushy leftover, so I served the jambalaya over the rice the next time I made it. Very yummy!!
Delicious! It was a cold, rainy day here in Houston and this meal hit the spot. Followed the recipe as written, although I added more shrimp. Definitely will recommend to friends and family.
Yum! Followed recipe exactly as directed except used brown rice instead of white. Even my 10-year-old devoured it! Will definitely make this again, delicious
Didn't use a crockot, but it didn't take very long to prepare in my dutch oven (about 45 mins. including prep.). Removed chicken after browning, browned jalepeno sausage and drained fat off then added veggies and sauteed. Added ingredients through rice and simmered 10 mins. Returned chicken to pot, simmered 5 min. and added shrimp simmered another 5-7 min. Didn't need hot sauce (probably b/c of jalapeno sausage); was delicious;-).
I have made this a few times for my family and my bookclub. The ladies loved it. I serve the rice separately so people can dish it up however they want. A keeper in my recipe arsenal.
Amazing I have made this a few times and it is a definite crowd pleaser!
This was good, but way too soupy so I added the dry rice (1/2 cup) directly to the pot rather than cook it first.