Photo: Jennifer Davick; Styling: Lydia DeGaris Pursell
Prep Time
20 Mins
Cook Time
40 Mins
Yield
Makes 6 to 8 servings

Many Cajun and Creole dishes are seasoned with the so-called holy trinity--bell pepper, onion, and celery. This Creole-style jambalaya has lots of tomato in it.

How to Make It

Step 1

Heat oil in a Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Add sausage, and cook, stirring constantly, 5 minutes or until lightly browned. Remove sausage with a slotted spoon; set aside.

Step 2

Add onion and next 7 ingredients to hot drippings in Dutch oven; sauté 5 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Stir in reserved sausage, tomatoes, broth, and rice. Bring mixture to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer, covered, 25 minutes or until rice is tender.

Step 3

Stir in shrimp; cover and cook 5 minutes or until done. Sprinkle each serving with green onions.

Ratings & Reviews

Diane155's Review

counselor4kids
March 13, 2013
This was excellent. I had some shrimp defrosted for dinner and didn't know what to make and I came across this recipe. Had some linguica sausage that I didn't know what to do with either so this was perfect. My family loved it! Only thing I did different was not adding thyme, added some extra creole sesoning and extra broth. Also, my suggestion would be to use medium grain rice because long grain took longer to cook (why I had to add more broth). Definitely a keeper and certainly easy enough to make weeknight.

toddvb's Review

cathysanford77
February 21, 2012
Just made this for Fat Tuesday and Wow! I used two kielbasa sausages because that's what I had on hand. I cooked them with some garlic powder and red pepper flakes to kick it up a bit since the sausage didn't have any heat to it. Also added about five chopped jalapenos (left the seeds in a couple) and used a cup more broth. If you like it a little soupy then I'd add two more cups of broth than what calls for. Leave out the pepper flakes and jalapenos if you can't handle some heat. Everything else was per the recipe. Have some friends around since this make a big pot. I'll be eating this for days.

katscrapper2's Review

toddvb
January 21, 2012
This is excellent. Not too spicy, not to bland. I used Zatarain's creole seasoning and had to add an additional cup of chicken broth because I think I initially boiled the mixture too hard. Just used plain old smoked sausage and it was still good. Will make again.

Outstanding !

jenmstrick
August 24, 2016
I found this recipe to be outstanding ! I used Alligator sausage, only 1/2lb. of Jumbo shrimp, but also threw in 1lb. of cooked crawfish tails and a little crushed red pepper. Everything else was per recipe. I will definitely make this again.

jenmstrick's Review

Diane155
September 11, 2012
Pretty good, but not as special as I was hoping. Make sure to be careful which kind of long grain rice you use -- if you try to use a heartier, healthier brown rice like I did, it's NOT going to finish cooking in the same amount of time as the rest of the ingredients. Everyone at my dinner party where I served this added more salt and more spice (creole seasoning and/or cayenne) at the dinner table because it needed an extra boost.

seejay85's Review

Eric
March 20, 2012
This recipe was great. Not too spicy, I would definitely make it again. I only had regular mild italian sausage on hand, it worked great also!

rleaman's Review

FranSlattery
November 19, 2011
This was excellent, and even better as leftovers. I had some leftover roasted chicken and added about 1 cup of cubed white meat to the mix and the flavors blended wonderfully.

counselor4kids's Review

rleaman
September 03, 2011
N/A

FranSlattery's Review

katscrapper2
January 19, 2015
What is the calorie count for this recipe?