Paleo Chicken Jambalaya I

Paleo Chicken Jambalaya I
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Once the onion in translucent, add your cauliflower, broth, chicken and sausage. Of course I googled Paleo Jambalaya and of course your site came up first. Jambalaya is great for serving to a crowd or for making in large batches of at the beginning of the work week. There is also the option of using chicken as an additional protein to this dish. Put the chopped peppers, onions, garlic, chicken, cajun seasoning, Red Hot, and bay leafs in the crockpot with the chicken stock. As you can see, I grabbed a container of my homemade stock directly from the freezer and threw it in.

Add diced tomatoes, chicken broth, thyme, parsley and chili powder and bring to a simmer. I made some a couple of nights ago and even my non-paleo husband thought it was pretty tasty. Nothing clears the sinuses quite like a spicy jambalaya, I figured Sunday would be a perfect day to throw something spicy in the crockpot. 1) Put the chopped peppers, onions, tomatoes, garlic, chicken, cajun seasoning, Red Hot, and bay leafs in the crockpot with the chicken stock.

Rice is permitted in Paleo meal plans with the exception of Very Low Carb, 30 Day Reset, GAPS Friendly and Autoimmune and is therefore indicated as “optional”. In this recipe the chicken, andouille sausage, onions and bell peppers should be sautéed (browned) before being placed in the slow cooker. Jambalaya originated as a Spanish dish and is very popular in the southern US. Put the cauliflower, chicken and sausage into your slow cooker.

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