Easy Shrimp And Crawfish Seafood Jambalaya Recipe

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Easy Shrimp And Crawfish Seafood Jambalaya Recipe


Easy Shrimp And Crawfish Seafood Jambalaya Recipe- Big Daddy's Seafood Market
Easy Shrimp And Crawfish Seafood Jambalaya Recipe- Big Daddy’s Seafood Market


Total Time: 1 hour, 40 minutes

Yield: 8-12 Servings

What To Get:

Three Tablespoons of bacon fat or vegetable oil

Eight ounces of andouille sausage (or another spicy sausage), sliced into chunks

Two cups of yellow onions, chopped

One cup of celery, chopped

One cup of green bell pepper, chopped

One Tablespoon of garlic, finely chopped

Two teaspoons of dried thyme

Two teaspoons of dried basil

Half a teaspoon of black pepper

One 28oz can of undrained petite diced tomatoes

One 10oz can of undrained tomatoes with green chiles

One cup of chicken stock

Two cups of water

One and a half Tablespoons of sweet paprika

One teaspoon of Spanish smoked paprika

Three cups of converted rice (think Uncle Ben’s)

Two Tablespoons of butter

One and a half pounds of uncooked large shrimp, peeled and deveined

Twelve ounces of cooked crawfish tails

Two Tablespoons of parsley, finely chopped


How To Make It:


First you will need a very large pot or skillet. You will lightly brown your sausage in some oil over a med heat. Next add your celery, garlic, onion, green pepper, thyme, basil, and the black pepper. Cook everything while making sure to stir frequently. You will want to do this for about ten minutes.

Now stir in both cans of tomatoes (undrained), your water, chicken stock, and both the paprikas. Bring it all to a simmer and let cook, while uncovered, for about ten minutes. Now preheat your oven to 350 degrees F.

Then, stir in your rice and dump the contents of the pot in a large sized roasting pan that you lightly coated with cooking spray. Cover it all with foil and bake it at 350 degrees F for about thirty minutes.┬áThen saute’ your shrimp in butter until they are just barely opaque in color. Next stir in your crawfish tails and saute’ until they are just heated through.

Now stir the crawfish tails, parsley and shrimp into your jambalaya. Give it a taste and add any salt or seasoning if needed. Re-cover it with the foil and return your pan to oven for an additional seven to ten minutes if you are serving it immediately. If your jambalaya will be reheated and served at a different time, then skip this step. Lastly simply serve and enjoy!




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Originally posted 2020-02-07 21:52:55.

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