I added a bit of Old Bay Seasoning and it really did the trick......good recipe and quick
Express Shrimp & Sausage Jambalaya
You don't have to sacrifice the traditional smoky punch of this Cajun favorite just because you're short on time. All you need is some purchased sausage and quick-cooking brown rice to create a rich, satisfying dinner on any weeknight. Have some sliced berries for dessert to cool off your palate!
8 Reviews for Express Shrimp & Sausage Jambalaya
I don't think the nutritional value will change much if thyme, parsley, basil, and some tomato paste is added. That's what I did, and I used Turkey Kielbasa to keep it low fat.
I will be honest-- I haven't made this recipe... but I am unlikely to do so. Other than those contained in the andouille sausage (provided that you *use* andouille and not the low-fat kielbasa listed as an alternative), there is no spice or seasoning in this recipe! No paprika, no garlic, no chili powder, no Old Bay on the shrimp, nothing. Sorry, but that doesn't sound Cajun to me!
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