Jambalya

There’s no better way to bring in some warmth this fall than by a large pot of tasty soup!

I made this delicious dish before finalizing blog plans; it is lacking extensive photographic proof of excellence. You will ‘just have to take my word for it’ this dish is both tasty and incredibly easy to make!

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Ingrediants:

1 (14 oz can) tomatoes, in whatever form

1 can of water

2 ½ c rice, uncooked

1 onion, diced

1 package andoulli sausage, cut

1 package small shrimp, thawed

1 package seafood combination (optional)

Seasoning to taste

In a large stock pot heat some oil, add sausage and onion. Cook. Add all the remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low and cover for 45 min.

It’s that simple!

Some of the ingredients in this recipe are a bit pricey but the food goes a long way. I served this with french bread and a side salad. If you stay true to the recipe there is a bit of heat in the sausage but the rest is mild–feel free to add your own heat. I recommend ‘the thought of’ fresh jalapenos. The best thing about the one pot dinner is all the variations one can create. If you have any suggestions or input about your favorite jambalaya recipe please let us know. Happy cooking!

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