This is what I had for dinner this evening. Although I like my food spicy, I’ve made this recipe a bit milder but still hot … lets say medium hot.
Jambalaya is a French word that means ‘jumbled’ or ‘mixed up’. This dish is great for a big group of people or for eating the next day. With spiced dishes I like them better the next day as all the spices are soaked in.
200g Chicken breast (diced)
10 King Prawns
100g Brown Rice (dry weight)
1 Red Pepper (roughly diced)
1/2 Chilli Pepper (chopped)
1 Red Onion (roughly diced)
1 teaspoon Cayenne Pepper
Ground black pepper
1 tablespoon Olive Oil
1 handful Parsley (chopped)
Heat olive oil in a wok pan and wok the chicken fillet together with the ground black pepper and cayenne pepper. In the meantime boil the rice.
Add the red pepper, chilli pepper and red onion.
Add the king prawns and the rice all in the wok pan and wok until the prawns are hot.
Take the wok of your stove and mix the raw parsley through all the ingredients.