by Anza Goodbar
(last updated December 23, 2016)
This recipe is a hearty meal. Our family enjoys it in the winter as it is intended to feed a hearty appetite. I like to serve it with fresh green beans and dinner rolls.
This is a spicy recipe. If you prefer something milder, reduce the amount of cayenne pepper. You can also substitute a sweet sausage rather than using a spice smoked sausage. It will change the flavor substantially. As the spices simmer, the jambalaya will take on the heat of the pepper and spicy sausage.
If you have allergies to shellfish, the shrimp can be omitted. Omitting this ingredient will not compromise the general flavor of the dish. For consistency purposed, increase the amount of the other meats used.
This is a hearty recipe and has to simmer for quite a while to allow the rice to cook, be sure you have a thick boiling pot to cook this in or it will scorch. As it simmers, stir it often to keep the heavier items moving.
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