Add all ingredients except green onions. Stir.
Cover and cook until rice cooker shuts off. Carefully remove cover.
Fold in green onions.
For the smoke sausage, we recommend spicy andouille–most commonly used in most traditional Jambalayas.
Love a good creole dish? Well, this easy cajun Jambalaya brings the spicy, smokey flavors of Louisiana. With an influence of French, Spanish, and West African cuisine, this recipe boasts smoked sausage, a medley of veggies, tender chicken, and ground red pepper spice. While our fluffy white rice brings together this mixture and makes it complete.
Now, sometimes you read a recipe and you think to yourself, ‘Sounds great–but who has time for all that?’. Luckily, this is not one of those recipes. Although chock full of varied ingredients and all the tastes of a classic Jambalaya, this recipe is an absolute breeze to make, especially if you’re one for letting your appliances do all the heavy lifting.
If you see where we’re going with this one, you must’ve read our minds. This easy recipe is all thanks to the rice cooker. With more than our fair share of convenient kitchen tools, the rice cooker is surely at the top of our list. For this recipe, all you’ll need to do is fire up your rice cooker, add all of the ingredients listed–sans the green onions for garnish–and sit back while your appliance does all the work.
Busy schedule? Make your life easier with this unique rice cooker recipe. With all the delicious characteristics of a homemade Jambalaya, it’s the perfect dish to come home to.