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Loaded Southern Jambalaya Grits

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Loaded Southern Jambalaya Grits
Loaded Southern Jambalaya Grits
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Loaded Southern Jambalaya Grits are the perfect one pot meal. While jambalaya is typically served with rice, this recipe uses grits instead to combine two Southern dishes into one. The best thing about this recipe is that you only need to use one pan! Cleaning up after dinner will be a breeze. Shrimp, Andouille sausage, onion, and green pepper are just a few of the colorful ingredients in this recipe. Creole seasoning and Cheddar cheese makes this dish even more delicious! If you're new to Southern cuisine, this recipe is a great place to start.

Yields4 servings

Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time18 min

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This Loaded Southern Jambalaya Grits dish looks so good in the photo that I simply could not resist making it. Grits are not a thing here in South Africa so we used brown and wild rice instead. It was fine but I think that was mainly due to the great flavors in the jambalaya. I would love to try it again using the actual grits.

Hi Lynn, if grits aren't available where you live, a good substitute might be polenta or a similar cornmeal product. It would be a little closer to the texture of grits! - Natalie, Editor of FaveSouthernRecipes


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