Monday, October 12, 2009

Jambalaya, crawfish pie, filet gumbo

So it is a miserably soggy night here in Birmingham.... So i thought i would make some Jambalaya. Nothing is so comforting as a big pot of rice, seasoning, chicken, and sausage. My Aunt Cathie recently shared recipe with me that is so good and so easy! It is literally a dump everything in the pot and bake recipe( my favorite kind). So if you are looking for something easy and yummy to cook as the weather turns chilly, this is sure to satisfy!


4 cups Uncle Ben's white rice

2 cans consomme or bouillon

2 cans French onion soup16 oz. can tomato sauce

1/2 stick of butter

2 lbs. sausage

4-5 boneless chicken breasts, uncooked, cubed

Tony Chachere or Louisiana spice seasoning
Mix all the ingredients together.

Cover and bake for 2 hrs. in 350 degree oven.


  1. I love it -- only Aunt Cathie would have a recipe for 25 people.

  2. Can't take any credit for that ya'll as I'm not the originator. How did it come out?

  3. Wow! Thanks for sharing your recipe and mentioning our seasoning, we are always humbled to hear from our fans! Keep cooking!

    Cindy Ardoin
    Tony Chachere's
    Food Scientist

  4. Okay...This sounds great, but I have a few questions...Should I cook the rice first? What about saute the sausage? Cook the chicken? Thanks for sharing!