I know the last thing anyone wants to do on Super Bowl Sunday is whip up a four-course meal. However, one can only sustain themselves on chips and beer for so long before their stomachs crave something a bit more substantial. So when the time comes and your tummy revolts against the salty and satisfying potato chip, what are your options? You could just heat up a frozen burrito and call it a day, but what’s the fun in that? On this special day, you should celebrate your own touchdown with this recipe.
This recipe is relatively simple and requires very little expertise in the kitchen so even you not-so-kitchen-savvy bros can chow down on some jambalaya as if it is straight from the bayou.
1 red bell pepper, diced
1 green bell pepper, diced
1 tbsp. of vegetable oil
1 package of Zatarain’s New Orleans style Jambalaya Mix
1 can of diced tomatoes with chili
1 package of MorningStar Grillers Recipe Crumbles
In a large sauté pan, heat the vegetable on medium high heat, then add the bell peppers and cook for three minutes, stirring often.
In a separate pot, bring the water to boil, and add the rice mixture. Cover the pot and let simmer until rice is soft and cooked through.
In the pan with bell peppers, add the rice, griller crumbles and tomatoes. Mix it well and cook through evenly for about five minutes.