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Jambalaya #7758486 02/28/20 03:25 AM
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Tonight was my first attempt at jambalaya. I used chicken thighs, smoked sausage and shrimp for my protein.

I read several recipes and made a hybrid version containing parts out of 3-4 recipes.

I found recipes using tomato products and others not using tomatoes. So I kinda hedged my bet and used about 2 Tablespoons of tomato paste.

I wasn't sure how much to caramelized my onion, bell pepper, and celery mixture. I decided to saute the trinity pretty dark.

Now to figure out how to reduce my recipe. The wife and I ate all we wanted and I have enough leftovers for another meal.

Overall it tasted pretty good.

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Re: Jambalaya [Re: TLoving] #7758493 02/28/20 03:44 AM
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Looks great!

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Re: Jambalaya [Re: TLoving] #7758547 02/28/20 10:20 AM
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I could hurt myself on that stuff?


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Originally Posted by mbavo
Looks great!
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What would you different next time?


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Re: Jambalaya [Re: Stub] #7759385 02/29/20 03:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Stub
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Looks great!
food


What would you different next time?



Next time I will reduce the amount of rice and proteins by 1/3 to 1/2. That will require a reduction in the amount of seasoning as well.

As far as the cooking process I will cook my vegetables more carmelizing the natural sugars more.


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Originally Posted by TLoving
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Originally Posted by mbavo
Looks great!
food


What would you different next time?



Next time I will reduce the amount of rice and proteins by 1/3 to 1/2. That will require a reduction in the amount of seasoning as well.

As far as the cooking process I will cook my vegetables more carmelizing the natural sugars more.


You do realize you can vacuum seal and freeze that stuff.....easy heat and eat meals for later... 2cents


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Originally Posted by SnakeWrangler
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Looks great!
food


What would you different next time?



Next time I will reduce the amount of rice and proteins by 1/3 to 1/2. That will require a reduction in the amount of seasoning as well.

As far as the cooking process I will cook my vegetables more carmelizing the natural sugars more.


You do realize you can vacuum seal and freeze that stuff.....easy heat and eat meals for later... 2cents

x2 ... .looks great! up


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