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Cookies, I think we’ve got another good one here! This is the absolute best Cajun style Jambalaya recipe you can make in a slow cooker! I patterned it after the traditional Jambalaya served in southern Louisiana. This recipe is flavorful and filling. Loads of chicken, sausage, shrimp, and rice. This is a full meal all in one! I can’t wait for you to try it!

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clamcrabber says:

Great video!!

Mel W says:

This is so good. Try adding crabmeat when you add the shrimp for a bit of extra deliciousness. 😋 🍽

Charles Mallott says:

Can someone text me that recipe please and any other southern food 5139154610

Jada Walker says:

Can this be done on the stove top they same way?

LVS 2131 says:

Ungyin …. ungyin. Don't have those where I live

kenny cooper says:

Cooking with ms. Coop

Bartlett Mk says:

Dynamite recipe. I am making this. Thank you.


Sorry, I have to give you a thumbs down on this recipe. I mean I was all ready to make the stuff I have everything I need. You said three cups of chicken broth got it how much seasoning? How many stalks of celery? How large of an onion? Other than the six boneless skinless chicken thighs. How much sausage? I mean great video it look good at the end but I don't know how much seasoning to put in it it might come out too salty too hot too Italian me LOL but come on more info at least in the recipe itself would have been helpful.

Brenda Cardenas says:

currently cooking in my crockpot…can't wait to try this!

SharingBlessings 365 says:

First time making this and it turned out awesome 👌. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe ❤

Poprocks PPV says:

Followed the recipe exact and even got the same type of rice but rice is still very hard even after an additional hour ???


Any suggestions on the time if I use an instapot ?

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