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Seven Costanza
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Jambalaya with Bacon and Tomatoes w/ Pics (Critics Welcome)

I came across a recipe for jambalaya that is different than how I normally cook one, so I decided to use the second half of a pork shoulder that I cooked try it. How I cooked that pork shoulder can be seen in this thread:
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First, I cooked some diced bacon until the fat was rendered:


I then sautéd an onion:


Next, I add bell peppers, celery, sausage, and the cut up pork shoulder:


I threw in some chopped up tomatoes:


Then, I added the rice and chicken broth:


Finally, I added some green onions and let it cook:


Finished product:


This post was edited on 3/3 at 4:15 pm



TigerHam85
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IWEI


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4LSU2
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Looks excellent, IMO.


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AmosMosesAndTwins
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I clicked on the thread thinking "naw," but that shite looks good.


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Lester Earl
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how much different did it taste?


Seven Costanza
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how much different did it taste?


The bacon made the biggest taste difference. Other than that it was pretty similar. However, I really liked the flavor that the bacon added. I will probably continue using it.


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Nice, planning on cooking jambalaya tomorrow - will try this recipe.


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TigerMyth36
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IWEI, then IWEI again.


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TIGRLEE
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Looks great.
Sure some of these people will rip it bc its not how their uncle t-mike or grandpaw pierre taught them how to make it.. shake the haters bro.


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The Cable Guy
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looks delicious and easy. i may give this a try.


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Coater
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looks great


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papz
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Looks very flavorful. I doubt you had to even add a pinch of salt.


tirebiter
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I can hear it already: tomatoes, that's sacrilegious.


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kingbob
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looked good until you added the tomato . However, I might try this with added onion replacing the tomato.


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Seven Costanza
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Looks very flavorful. I doubt you had to even add a pinch of salt.


It's funny that you say that. I forgot to season it, and I started eating some. It was still very good. It didn't need much of anything.


Martini
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It's different but what the hell it looks good and if you like it. Plus you clarified from the OP.

Only thing I would do is cpsave the green onion until ready to serve and just fold in late. I don't like them cooked down. I think you lose the flavor and freshness.


Seven Costanza
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re: Jambalaya with Bacon and Tomatoes w/ Pics (Critics Welcome)
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Only thing I would do is cpsave the green onion until ready to serve and just fold in late. I don't like them cooked down. I think you lose the flavor and freshness.


Yep, I definitely agree with this.


hehatedrew
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I'm sure some idiots will try and bash it, but that looks great. Nobody on here would turn that down


Cajunate
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I'd gladly put a bowl or two away for you and me. Looks PDG!!!


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Walt OReilly
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looks good man


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