Camping Mock Jambalaya

A serving of Camping Mock Jambalaya being served into a camp bowl from a Dutch oven The Dutch oven with the bright colors of the fresh bell pepper and celery before it is cooked. A camp plate with a serving of the Camp Mock Jambalaya with a thick slice of bread on the side Looking down on all the bowls of ingredients for the camp mock jambalaya
Recipe Origin America
Rating
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Servings 6
Preparation 15 min 00:15
Cook 20 min 00:20
Ready in 35 min 00:35
Difficulty Seasoned
Cooking Method Simmer
Ingredients Chicken Pepper Sausage
Equipment Cast Iron Dutch Oven
Recipe Type Main Dish One Pot Meal Stew
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A serving of Camping Mock Jambalaya being served into a camp bowl from a Dutch oven The Dutch oven with the bright colors of the fresh bell pepper and celery before it is cooked. A camp plate with a serving of the Camp Mock Jambalaya with a thick slice of bread on the side Looking down on all the bowls of ingredients for the camp mock jambalaya

Camping Mock Jambalaya

With less hassle than the original, but all of the flavors, this camping mock Jambalaya is a great option for the outdoors.

The simplified ingredients such as normal chicken instead of smoked make it an easier dish to buy for and cook. The majority of the traditional flavors come from the canned soup, although a good andouille sausage choice also makes a big difference.

Cooked in just one Dutch oven it is truly a one-pot meal. It can easily also be cooked in a stainless saucepan over gas or a campfire.

Ingredients

1 dash olive oil

1 pound (500g) diced chicken

1 smoked andouille sausage, sliced

1 small brown onion diced

1 small red bell pepper diced

1 small green bell pepper, diced

4 stick of celery, diced

1 can jambalaya soup

2 cups cooked rice

Equipment

Dutch oven

Recipe Directions

  1. Heat the Dutch oven then add the oil and chicken then cook until all the outsides of the chicken are at least white and some going golden brown.

  2. Add the diced ingredients of onion, bell peppers, and celery. Cook stirring until they become soft.

  3. Add the canned soup and stir then bring to a gentle boil.

  4. Add the cooked rice and stir while heating, when the rice is hot, serve.

    Tip: After adding the rice it likes to stick, this is why we stir in this step.

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Recipe Origin America
Rating
No Reviews
Servings 6
Preparation 15 min 00:15
Cook 20 min 00:20
Ready in 35 min 00:35
Difficulty Seasoned
Cooking Method Simmer
Ingredients Chicken Pepper Sausage
Equipment Cast Iron Dutch Oven
Recipe Type Main Dish One Pot Meal Stew
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