Jambalaya with Fresh Fruit Recipe
Inspired by the classic Cajun dish, this version of jambalaya adds pineapple, mango, and apple to give a sweet accent to a spicy combination of rice, tomatoes, bell peppers, garlic, chicken apple sausages, and shrimp.
Made this for dinner and really enjoyed the flavor, however the rice did not cook entirely. Not sure if it was the type of rice I used (traditional long grain brown), or if the ratio of liquid to rice was incorrect. Overall, enjoyed the combination in this jambalaya.
Yum. I used just fresh pineapple and mango. Chose regular smoked sausage and cooked it all in one pan, an enamel coated dutch oven. After first oven cooking, rice looked dry so added the remaining petite diced tomatoes from a 15 ounce can and a few ounces more white wine.
I used Ingredient Search for pineapple, chicken and sausage. This is the only recipe that came up. I read to the end, and almost cried when I saw "apples" and "mango." I thought the author of the recipe was going overboard. Just the pineapple would have been sufficient. Glad to hear the author didn't add those two atrocious ingredients. I made this dish WITHOUT the apples and mango, and it came out splendidly.
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