Jambalaya featuring Johnsonville sausages

staple food



What kind of dish is Jambalaya??

Jambalaya is rice seasoned with Cajun spices. It is said to be a local cuisine of Louisiana. The aroma of spices is attractive.

I used sausages this time, but you can also use chicken or shrimp.

Johnsonville sausages are full of volume. I was surprised when I first saw it. It used to be sold at Costco, but now you can buy it at other supermarkets.
And I tried cooking rice in a pressure cooker instead of a rice cooker. Of course, you can also make it in a rice cooker.


400 kcal Protein 10.2g Fat 10.1g Carb 66.2g Salt Equivalent 2.1g


  • rice 300g
  • onion 140g
  • celery 40g
  • garlic 5g
  • paprika 60g
  • zucchini 60g
  • eggplant 60g
  • oil 5g
  • ☆water 400g
  • ☆consommé 10g
  • ☆Cajun spice 8g
  • ☆salt 2g
  • ☆pepper moderate amount
  • 4Johnsonville sausages
  • egg
  • parsley moderate amount

The spice is “Cajun Mix” sold by Mascot Foods and can be purchased at Kaldi, Kitano Ace, Amazon, etc. Spicy Cajun-style seasoning with paprika and chili peppers as a base, blended with herbs and spices such as oregano.


※Wash the rice and soak it in water for 30 minutes to 1 hour.

①Dice the onion, celery, garlic, paprika zucchini and eggplant.

②Heat the oil in a frying pan and fry the vegetables quickly.

③Put rice in a pressure cooker, and the vegetable on the top. Add water, consommé, cajun spice, salt and pepper.

I use a T-fal “Clipso Minut Easy” pressure cooker. The content is 4.5L.

④Pressurize for 3 minutes. Turn off the heat and let wait until the pressure releases.

⑤Make cuts in the sausages.

⑥Fry sausages in a frying pan until browned.

⑦Make boiled eggs while waiting.

⑧Put wieners, egg, and parsley on the rice.