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Also added 2 ears of corn. Took it off the cob and added with the black eyed peas. If it was up to me I would have added chipotle powder. Excellent recipe. Nice job. Love the brown rice and corn you added, Chris! Thank you so much for sharing your experience and for your kind words…this just put a huge smile on my face! Eggplant would be delicious in this, Aija! I would cut it in cubes and add it with the red peppers.
Would it be too hot for my kiddos? Also, if so how can I turn down the heat without losing too much flavor? That said…this can be pretty spicy depending on what brand hot smoked paprika you use. Substitute whatever amount your not using with an equal quantity of sweet smoked paprika or sometimes just called smoked paprika.
Does this dish travel well? Could I make it in the morning and take to a thanksgiving dinner and reheat it? It absolutely does, Nancy!
I often do make this ahead of time. I usually sprinkle a bit of veggie broth over the top before reheating just to prevent the dish drying out too much. Hope you love it…and Happy Thanksgiving! Thanks so much, Meg! Be sure to add uncooked rice to the skillet and cook it with all of the other ingredients. It absorbs all of that flavor and is amazing! We found this recipe when we were looking for something quick and to use all the vegetables we had sitting around. We used brown rice and just about every vegetable you could think of. We used mushrooms, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, onions, scallions, kale, garlic.
We used a few different spices but used all you had listed.
The only thing I forgot was that brown rice cooks longer so therefore I should have used a little more broth. But we just cooked it until rice was where we wanted and there was just less juice. We all loved. Half of us are strictly vegetarian and the other half eat chicken and fish. We totally recommend this. Thanks for the idea. You and I are cooking soulmates, Coleen! Recipes like this, especially, are great for cleaning out the fridge!
I love your adaptations. Yeah, if you make this again with the brown rice such a great idea either use a bit more broth or you can always add a bit while cooking. So happy to hear you enjoyed it! Thank you so much for sharing! I love Mas Portel, a hot smoked paprika from Spain. Those are some of the best paprikas from Spain. Hope that helps! You are a sweet friend, Amely! I usually make a big salad alongside this dish. Hope you love it! Hope that helps and that you love it! I loosely followed the directions, instead of rice I used couscous, cuban style black beans, and fire roasted corn. It turned out delicious!!
I will give my mom and others this recipe. Thank you for sharing!! I love that you used couscous, Olivia! Thank YOU for sharing! Made this last night for my husband, turned out great! I added Cajun seasoning and made the black eyed peas in the instant pot. Thank you for the great recipe! Love that you made your black eyed peas in the instant pot…I need to use mine more!
Thanks for sharing! Absolutely, Ella! Brown rice would be wonderful! Your cook time will be a bit longer, so your veggies will be a bit more tender, but I personally love it that way! If using raw okra, is there any difference to how i should go about adding it? Thank you! Hi Chandler! Otherwise, you can follow the recipe and add the okra with the black eyed peas just over the top of the rice.
Hope that helps and that you enjoyed the jambalaya! Sorry, Ginger. My only problem is that even though I followed the recipe exactly, the rice came out hard. But, wondering what I did wrong or what I can do next time to prevent this from happening! So happy to hear you and your boyfriend enjoyed this, Kim!
Hard rice could be a result of not enough liquid, not enough cooking time or cooking with too much heat.
If you know your measurements are correct, be sure your heat is reduced to low while simmering the next time you try this. If your heat is too high, the liquid evaporates too quickly before it gets a chance to cook the rice. Just made this for lunch, for a vegan friend of ours. The three of us all had seconds, it was truly full of flavor. Forget about hot wings—these spicy "meatballs" combine white beans and mushrooms for a meatless take on your favorite party snack.
With a mix of caramelized and fresh scallions, plus avocado and yogurt, this dip has a taste and texture somewhere between onion dip and guacamole. A pinch of crushed red pepper flakes and a splash of Sherry vinegar punch up the flavor of the mushrooms. Have some grilled bread on hand to mop them up.
For this avocado cups recipe, chopping pomegranate seeds breaks them up and releases their vivid color into the dressing. Sugar snap peas cut into bite-size pieces are a fine alternative. These fry-like chickpea fritters are best enjoyed hot, while their centers still have a custardy texture. This vegetarian version of the classic appetizer uses soy sauce, smoked paprika, and smoked almonds to pack so much savory flavor that no one will miss the traditional bacon. Use Gorgonzola dolce if you prefer a more mild blue cheese flavor.
Serve this lightly spiced, last-minute bean dip with tortilla chips and watch it disappear before half-time. This recipe for raw vegetables is the only conscionable thing you can serve right before sitting down to a heavier meal. This creamy lentil dip is flavored with classic fall spices, like ginger and cardamom.
Can't find papadums? The spread goes just as well with whole grain crackers. Cashews lend body, creaminess, and richness to this pea soup and also make it vegan; sub almonds if you prefer. With super fresh tomatoes you don't need much more! This toast combines sharp ricotta salata cheese with plump green tomatoes and lemon juice for a refreshing bite.
Red pepper paste gives this garlic-free hummus its color and smoky-sweet flavor; find it in Middle Eastern markets or online. Savory fruit toast is the new avocado toast.
Adding silken tofu to the base of this dressing both enriches it with a little added protein and lends it a satiny texture. These snaggable, snackable wedges have more in common with a bowl of party mix than any perfunctory salad. This recipe boasts all the beauty of a creamy onion dip with the irresistible appeal of queso. Add some fruit for extra taste, and serve however you fancy. Chayley became a veggie as a student, and still loves her cheap and easy root vegetable mainstay. This sweet mash is great for kids too.
Boil up a pot of water and add your root veg, peeled and roughly chopped. At the same time, chop and fry your onion or leek, and grate your cheese.
When the veg is soft, drain and mash with a bit of butter. Then top with your fried veg and sprinkle with cheese. Delicious hot or cold with sauce or chutney — we're not sure if these are cheese muffins, cheese scones or cheese puddings. But they certainly are cheesy. This easy recipe is a variation on a traditional baked potato. It was a war-time favourite, and is a great way to use up some leftovers. Peel the potatoes and slice off the end so they can stand upright. Scoop out the insides, leaving a well about 2. Fry the onion, then add any leftover meat or Quorn and vegetables to warm through.
Season and thicken with gravy or baked beans. Oil the potatoes, then put on a baking tray and roast them in a hot oven for minutes.
Add a little cheese if you fancy. These filling and easy fritters are great for a healthy brunch. They come highly recommended by members of the University of the Third Age. Wiebina says: "these are cheap, easy and delicious. Even meat lovers like them. Heat a frying pan greased with a very small quantity of oil, until a drop of the batter starts sizzling.
Lower the heat and fry large spoonfuls of the batter until they begin to brown, then turn them to cook the other side. This is a versatile meal for vegans, veggies and meat-eaters alike. You can add vegetarian 'bacon', or leave it out and add other veggies if you wish. Liz remembers this as a great family money saver and one which she still cooks today. Slice several potatoes finely. Chop several onions. Layer all of this up in a casserole dish, ending with the potato. Make some white sauce by gently melting some butter in a pan, and adding tablespoons of flour.
Cook together for a few minutes, or until the mixture starts to thicken. Gradually add milk and stir until you have a fairly thick or however you like it sauce. Add salt, pepper and grated cheese if using. Pour the sauce over the potatoes and tap the dish several times on the work surface to mix the sauce with the vegetables.
Cook for about an hour and a quarter in a moderate oven until golden brown. You can make it in a slow cooker, but it's just as easy in a pan, and a big enough pot can last several meals. If you want a vegan option, watch out as Quorn mince contains egg — look out for animal-product free brands in the supermarket. If you love this recipe, try our ultimate vegetarian chilli too.
Fry your mince in a little bit of oil, then add the tinned tomatoes, rinsed tinned kidney beans, and salt, oregano, dried chilli, and cumin. Stir in the rest of your veg and cook for about 40 minutes in a pan on the hob, or several hours in a slow cooker. Michael sent us this great recipe for preventing bread waste — he discovered it via Sarah Beattie , who picked it up from an old Spanish recipe developed by thrifty Spanish shepherds.
This one is a money saver with a long history, and it's vegan too. Heat 4 tbs of the oil in the pan. Stir fry the onion, garlic, peppers, tomatoes, vegetarian sausages and mushrooms. When nicely browning, stir in the smoked paprika, cooking a minute more.