All natural. A tradition of good food. Gluten free. 190 calories/serving. 4 g protein. 44 g total carbs. 1 g total fat. Cooks in 20 minutes. www.LouisianaPurchaseFoods.com. For a Quick Meal Solution: Serve Louisiana Purchase Jambalaya with a fresh green garden salad for a simple, delicious meal. Make it special with some of our favorite healthy toppings such as diced tomatoes, diced cucumbers, diced avocado, sliced olives, drained sweet corn kernels, and shredded cheese. A Tradition of Good Food: Louisiana Purchase Foods celebrates the inspirational flavors or New Orleans and the ethnic melting pot that was the Louisiana Territory. A true Creole tradition with Acadian and Spanish influences. Created from the culinary Holy Trinity of onions, celery and peppers, jambalaya is often laden with sausage, seafood, and local game meats.
8 oz (227 g) x 12
0.33 cup dry
4 per pack
Cooking: Prepare Louisiana Purchase Jambalaya with 1 pound of meat or seafood cut into bite-size pieces. We recommend smoked sausage, chicken, shrimp, and turkey. 1. In a medium saucepan, brown meat as desired. Once meat has been browned, add 2 tablespoons of butter and Louisiana Purchase Jambalaya mix. 2. Add 2-2/3 cups of water and bring to a boil for approximately 2 minutes. 3. Reduce heat, cover, and simmer, stirring occasionally, for 18 minutes or until rice is cooked. 4. Remove from heat, give a good stir, serve and enjoy! Note: Cooking times may vary. Serving Suggestion: For a heartier jambalaya, substitute chicken, beef, or vegetable broth instead of water. If you prefer a stew-like consistency, brown meat, then add 1 can of stewed okra in tomato sauce. Continue cooking jambalaya as instructed. We recommend all meat products be fully cooked during step 1 of the cooking process.
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