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#31 TWC

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Posted 09 November 2011 - 11:51 AM

I've made Jambalaya before, using ground bison (just 'cause I had it in the freezer), chicken, Andouille, and a little bit of bacon. I browned all the meats first, then cooked the vegetables in the fat, not using any olive oil. Yum.

And, yeah, you gotta use the okra and shrimp. Ain't jambalaya without!

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Posted 09 November 2011 - 12:10 PM

And, yeah, you gotta use the okra and shrimp. Ain't jambalaya without!

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Posted 09 November 2011 - 01:04 PM


This is the recipe for the best Jambalaya you will ever eat . . . .

Looks good. I'd give it a try it with Andouille instead of Italian sausage next time... unless you're a puss when it comes to spicy food.

Hahaha you should know that I usually drown my food in hot sauce. Andouille is delicious, ive actually used it in this recipe before. Also Tennesee Sunshine hot sauce goes great with jumbalaya
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Posted 09 November 2011 - 02:25 PM


This is the recipe for the best Jambalaya you will ever eat . . . .

Looks good. I'd give it a try it with Andouille instead of Italian sausage next time... unless you're a puss when it comes to spicy food.

Hahaha you should know that I usually drown my food in hot sauce. Andouille is delicious, ive actually used it in this recipe before. Also Tennesee Sunshine hot sauce goes great with jumbalaya


So, to clarify, you've made it with Andouille, but you still think it tastes better with Italian? I may be giving this a shot, sooner or later, and if you think it's definitely better with Italian, I'll give it a go.

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