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    Crockpot Jambalaya




    I FINALLY bought a crock-pot today and have been researching recipe's I found this one and I am going to try it Monday while I go to work, so I will tell you if it is good or not. Since there is only the two of us I cut the recipe in half, so this is my version for two, double if necessary.

    1/2 lb. Hot Italian Sausage Links cut into one inch pieces
    1 Red pepper
    1 Yellow Onion
    1 can diced Tomatoes
    1/2 cup celery
    2 boneless chicken breast
    1 pkg. McCormicks Pot Roast Slow Cooker seasoning
    1/2 cup water
    1/2 lb. Shrimp, pre-cooked, thawed, and tails removed
    1 cup instant rice

    Place sausage,, diced red pepper, canned tomatoes, diced celery on the bottom of your crock-pot. Place chicken on top, mix water with the McCormicks seasoning pack and pour over top. Cook 8 hours on low, About 25 min. before done gently stir in shrimp and rice. Cook until rice becomes tender.
    Again I am going to try this on Monday I will let you all know.
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    Last edited by LariP; 01-20-2013 at 01:18 PM.

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    OK I cooked this today, it is absolutely fabulous, EXCEPT for me!! I let the rice cook to long, it is a little mushy, when it says 25 min. do that. I let it go for about 40. But it is still yummy and has just enough heat to it. I will definately do this again and watch the 25 min. for the rice.

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    Sounds good and SO different than my usual crock pot recipes.

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    Re: Crockpot Jambalaya




    This is excellent! I made the rice in my rice cooker separately, because I never have much luck with adding rice into recipes. This was 5 star delicious! LOVE IT!

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