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Jambalaya

A one-pot New Orleans favorite, jambalaya is a must for Mardi Gras. With meat or seafood and vegetables, there's a version for every palate. Browse our collection of jambalaya recipes for ideas.

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Jambalaya with Catfish

Jambalaya with Catfish

Jambalaya with Catfish

My family owns a catfish processing plant. This colorful, zippy main dish is a great favorite of ours.

Jambalaya with Turkey Sausage

Jambalaya with Turkey Sausage

Jambalaya with Turkey Sausage

This is a surprisingly light and tasty dish. The Cajun seasoning adds so much flavor and will impress your guests at how delicious it is.—Lynn Desjardins, Atkinson, New Hampshire

Forgotten Jambalaya

Forgotten Jambalaya

Forgotten Jambalaya

During chilly months, I fix this jambalaya at least once a month. It’s so easy…just chop the vegetables, dump everything in the slow cooker and forget it! Even my sons, who are picky about spicy things, like this dish.—Cindi Coss, Coppell, Texas
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Sausage Jambalaya

Sausage Jambalaya

Sausage Jambalaya

My family has enjoyed this delicious Cajun recipe for many years. —Lizzie Whitten, Oak Grove, Louisiana

Meaty Slow-Cooked Jambalaya

Meaty Slow-Cooked Jambalaya

Meaty Slow-Cooked Jambalaya

Sure makes life easy having this wonderful, full-of-flavor dish stashed away in the freezer! Another plus, you throw it all in the crock pot. No skillet necessary.—Diane Smith, Pine Mountain, Georgia

1-2-3 Jambalaya

1-2-3 Jambalaya

1-2-3 Jambalaya

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Creole Jambalaya

Creole Jambalaya

Creole Jambalaya

Jambalaya is a traditional Louisiana dish, coming from our Spanish and French culture. Rice is the main ingredient, with different meats or seafood mixed in. I particularly like this variation with shrimp and ham. —Ruby Williams, Bogalusa, Louisiana

Favorite Jiffy Jambalaya

Favorite Jiffy Jambalaya

Favorite Jiffy Jambalaya

Your family will love this hearty and smoky dish that comes together in a snap. A basic red beans and rice mix gets a quick makeover for a deliciously filling meal.

Jambalaya

Jambalaya

Jambalaya

From her home in Topeka, Kansas, subscriber Betty May shares her recipe for quick-to-cook jambalaya. "Unlike some versions, this one doesn't have to simmer for hours," she notes. "Folks who like their food a bit spicy are sure to enjoy it. Jalapeno and cayenne pepper add some zip to the shrimp and chicken."

Skillet Shrimp Jambalaya

Skillet Shrimp Jambalaya

Skillet Shrimp Jambalaya

Spice up this shrimp and rice dish to your taste by increasing the amount of Creole seasoning and cayenne pepper. Add a few drops of hot pepper sauce, too. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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