30 Minute Jambalaya
OK so unfortunately I didn’t take precise measurements because this was another one of my “make-up-as-you-go” meals but I’m sharing the ingredient list and estimates below! It was super delish and will be back on the menu at home ASAP.
What I Used:
12 whole peeled shrimp
1 package (4 sausages) of Wellshire Farm Turkey Andouille Sausage cut into slices
2 diced yellow squash
1 cup Chicken Stock
1 cup White Wine
1/2 cup crushed tomatoes
2 cloves crushed garlic
1 Tbsp crushed dried Oregano
1 tsp smoked paprika
salt to taste
1 bag (about a cup cooked) of Trader Joe’s Frozen White Rice
In a large skillet sautéed the squash and garlic and a little salt over medium/high heat in olive oil until garlic is starting to golden and squash is soft. While this is happening let the shrimp marinate in 1/2 the lemons worth of juice.
Toss in the sausage (the ones I bought were already cooked) and let them brown.
Next add in the shrimp, cooking for a minute or two on each side until pink
Add the white wine, crushed tomatoes, & chicken stock to deglaze the pan scraping all the edges.
Finally add the paprika & oregano.
Cover and turn down the heat and let it simmer for 10-15 minutes for the flavors to meld.
If you are serving right away, while simmering add the frozen rice and let it absorb into the sauce for a few minutes. If you need more liquid add more stock.
Finish off with a squeeze of juice from the other half of the lemon.
Serve it up with greens and enjoy!
PS you could also omit the rice leaving it a bit more soup like and serve it up with crusty french bread and butter!