Game Day Gumbo
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 40 min.
Makes10 servings (3-3/4 quarts)
That is NOT a gumbo!!! Real gumbo DOES NOT have tomatoes!!! what did you use as a roux??? Also rice is cooked separate not together!!
That is a lot of rice for Gumbo? Can't say I have ever seen tomatoes in Gumbo before. No trinity or roux. Not really sure what this is.
This is not gumbo, sorry. Need a great dark roux. There are no tomatoes in authentic gumbo. Jambalaya, yes, gumbo, no. And the rice is separate, not incorporated in the soup (regardless of whether it is a mix or not).
Quick and easy! I have made it a few time and everyone likes it.
I have made this several times and my family loves it though it seems more the consistency of Jambalaya than gumbo. I add minced onions to mine. The first time I did it I read the recipe wrong and bought the box of red beans and rice instead of dirty rice. I generally double it for my family and since have used 1 dirty rice and 2 red beans and rice with 2 jambalaya. Today I was out of celery so will not use it. It is very easy to adapt.
Good soup but definitely NOT gumbo. A real gumbo starts with a great roux.
I really enjoy this recipe in the winter especially. I agree, it does seem a little salty.. I use Andouille: Louisiana's famous, spicy, coarse-ground smoked pork sausage instead of the beef sausage. I expect the 2 boxed rice ingredients are high in salt. You can use more vegs if you want to offset the amount of rice you end up with.
It had a lot of flavor. I thought it was good.
Good but salty.
Use okra and add seafood, cut back on the flour. Okra is a natural thickener.