What Is Jambalaya?

What Is Jambalaya?

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JambalayaPhiladelphia, PA - There are many reasons to eat Jambalaya. The rice-based Creole dish is a delicious mix of rice, meat, and vegetables. The recipe is influenced by African and French cuisine but also has Spanish influences. The savory dish is a favorite of New Orleans residents, and it can be found in restaurants across the county.


How is Jambalaya Made

One of the key ingredients in jambalaya is the smoked sausage that gives it a robust flavor. Other popular additions to jambalaya include the Trinity of Vegetable celery, onion, and peppers. Depending on the variety, you can add chicken, shrimp, or smoked ham. While it is difficult to define the exact composition of jambalaya, it is easy to find recipes using this basic combination.

Traditionally, jambalaya is usually made with a mixture of chicken or sausage, rice, and tomatoes. A trinity of vegetables is topped with meat, usually sausage, or shrimp. The whole dish is cooked for twenty to sixty minutes and often contains the trinity of vegetables mentioned above. Jambalaya is also cheap and can be easily adapted to include whatever ingredients you have lying around.

It is a traditional Louisiana dish, and one of the best reasons to make it at home is because it is so tasty.




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