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DeepSouthSportsman
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jambalaya question



Using 3lbs meat 4-5 cups of rice. How much water and what do you do when cooking small pot on stove.






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Gris Gris
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re: jambalaya question


Look for the jambalaya calculator in the recipe thread at the top of the page. Should help you.





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sloopy
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I did that same ratio except 4 cups of rice and my liquids were:
2 cans French onion soup
2 cans beef consume
About 28 oz give or take a little of chicken stock

Just keep an eye on it.






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DEANintheYAY
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What Gris Gris said. But also its generally a 2 to 1 water to rice ratio.





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l'affiche
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quote:

I did that same ratio except 4 cups of rice and my liquids were:
2 cans French onion soup
2 cans beef consume
About 28 oz give or take a little of chicken stock

Just keep an eye on it.







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MrPappagiorgio
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re: jambalaya question


quote:

I did that same ratio except 4 cups of rice and my liquids were:
2 cans French onion soup
2 cans beef consume
About 28 oz give or take a little of chicken stock








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sloopy
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haters gonna hate, had to throw something together real quick. Everyone loved it and that is all that matters.



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jmtigers
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I cook in a Dutch oven. Brown Everything. Add 2-1 water rice and bring to a boil. Cover and Move to a 350 deg oven for 30 minutes.

Oven jambalaya. Comes out great.






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tigerfoot
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quote:

I did that same ratio except 4 cups of rice and my liquids were:
2 cans French onion soup
2 cans beef consume


that may be a casserole






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sloopy
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There was also trinity, chicken, and sausage. Taste like jambalaya to me and12 other people who ate it.


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Mr Mom
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I still follow the 2:1 liquid to rice ratio after my trinity and meat has been browned. For 2 cups of uncooked rice I use about a pound of sausage and pulled pork and about half of a smoked chicken.





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Stadium Rat
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Don't worry about the haters. Canned onion soup gives a great unique flavor that would be difficult to achieve without it. I have a favorite shrimp dish that depends on it. Also Rotel and cream of chicken soup. I would challenge F&D posters to say they didn't think it was delicious.





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