Hot Jambalaya! Hot Jambalaya! The best thing about creating recipes for the family in your own kitchen is that occasionally moments come along that make you realize that all the hard work is worth it. This Slow Cooker Jambalaya recipe I adapted from Hunt’s is just the latest moment. And the best thing about this is that it’s not a hard or drawn out affair, I’ve got a full schedule as it is.
If it weren’t enough that this is an easy slow cooker meal that is a snap to throw together it’s also loaded with all kinds of flavor.
If you were to look up in a dictionary the definition of “Jambalaya” it might look something like this…
a dish of Creole origin, consisting of rice cooked with ham,sausage, chicken, or shellfish,
herbs, spices, and vegetables,especially tomatoes, onions, and peppers.
But after tasting this I think you will agree that it should look like this…
- a dish that surprises you with flavor combinations that the whole family enjoys.
We love this dish, there is something for everybody in this. I can see why this has become a staple of Creole cooking, every bite brings a unique taste. Once you’ll get the spice of the sausage and in the next bite it might be the creamy consistency of the shrimp and tartness of the tomatoes and garlic.
And with Mardi Gras just around the corner is there better time to give this a try? I think not.
Linking to… Saturday Night Special