Jambalaya is a dish that's associated with the fab foods of Louisiana. This recipe for vegan Mardi Gras jambalaya is a perfect way to join in the festivities. Most jambalaya includes sausage, chicken or shrimp (and sometimes all of these things), but I easily cooked up this vegan version. There are two types of jambalaya — Cajun and Creole. This Creole-based style includes tomatoes and, as standard practice, begins by cooking the holy trinity of veggies — onion, celery and bell pepper — as the base for the flavor.
Now that Mardi Gras is around the corner, get in the spirit of things by making this filling vegan dish. Choose your favorite veggies (I like using okra and mushrooms) and add some soy-style chorizo or soy crumbles to the mix. What a way to let the good times roll for dinner.
Roll with this recipe for vegan jambalaya!
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