The many varieties of jambalaya

01/21/2008 | Canada.com

Jambalaya is a spicy Spanish-influenced Cajun-Creole dish with plenty of varieties. Many include ham, chicken, sausage, fresh pork, shrimp and oysters along with shortening, rice, onion, garlic, pepper and other seasonings. One recipe uses ham steak, chorizo, chicken thighs, Cajun spice, onions, celery, peppers, rice, garlic, chicken stock and stewed tomatoes.

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