Alligator Jambalaya
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Alligator Jambalaya
  Game    Cajun  
Last updated 6/12/2012 12:42:03 AM. Recipe ID 965. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Alligator jambalaya
 Categories: Game, Cajun
      Yield: 256 Inch links
      1 lb Marinated alligator fillet
           -cut into small pieces
      1 lb Hot sausage (italian) cut
           -into chunks
      3 tb Oil
    2/3 c  Bell peppers chopped
      2 cl Garlic crushed
    3/4 c  Parsley
      1 c  Chopped fresh parsley
      1 c  Chopped celery
      2 cn Tomatoes (16 oz each)
      2 c  Chicken stock (2
           -pkgchicken cube mix +
           -water also works)
      1 c  Green onion
      2 ts Oregano
      2 ds Red hot sauce (optional)
           Cajun spices (blackened or
           -cajun king herbed spice
           -excellent) to
           I use about a tablespoon
           Salt to taste
      2 c  Raw white rice
  Recipes from Chef John Folse Chef John Folse Home Page In deep frying
  pan (cast iron preferably) saute the bell pepper, garlic, parsley and
  celery. While this is cooking, add tomatoes & their liquid, the
  chicken stock &, green onion to a pot that can cook on the stove and
  in the oven (Corning ware ) Stir in spices, sauteed vegetables raw
  rice, sausage and alligator fillet pieces. Cook on medium-high heat
  until liquid is absorbed (stir occasionally to make sure rice doesn't
  burn on bottom) and then bake covered in the oven for 25 minutes.
  Good luck, I done this three times and the usual comment is its
  superb but where is the alligator...

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Recipe ID 965 (Apr 03, 2005)

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