Kevin Belton Jambalaya Recipe

Kevin Belton Jambalaya Recipe

The Kevin Belton jambalaya recipe is a great recipe to enjoy cooking and eating. There are few jambalaya recipes that originated in America that actually taste amazing. This recipe is one of them. It is a wholesome recipe with chicken thighs to make it more flavorful.

How to Make Kevin Belton Chicken Recipes?

There are tons of recipes by Kevin Belton. Some of them are: New Orleans jambalaya recipe, shrimp jambalaya soup, Mardi gras jambalaya etc. But this particular recipe is as good as they come. You should definitely cook this at home and taste how great this dish is.

Lets get into the recipe now.

Ingredients That You Will Need Are:

One Teaspoon of Dried Thyme

One Teaspoon of Dried Oregano

Three Tablespoons of Freshly Chopped Parsley

Two Tablespoons of Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Six Boneless Chicken Thighs

One Pound of Sliced Smoked Sausage

Creole Seasoning, to Taste

Cajun Seasoning, to Taste

One Large Diced Onion

One Diced Green Bell Pepper

Four Stalk of Diced Celery

Four Chopped Green Onions

Three Minced Garlic Cloves

Two and a Half Quarts of Chicken Stock

Two Cups of Diced Tomatoes

One Teaspoon of Paprika

Three Bay Leaves

Salt, to Taste

Pepper to Taste

Two Cups of Long Grain Rice

Method of Preparing the Kevin Belton Jambalaya

Step 1: Sprinkle the chicken with creole and Cajun seasoning and rub it.

Step 2: Heat the extra virgin olive oil in a large Dutch oven, cook it for 20-35 minutes. Take out when it browns. 

Step 3: Cook the sausage, till it turns brown in color. Add onion, bell pepper, celery and sauté for 44-5 minutes. Add garlic and green onion and sauté for a couple more minutes. 

Step 4: Pour the chicken stock, boil the mix in reduced heat. 

Step 5: Place the chicken in the pot. Add the sausage, thyme, oregano, parsley, paprika, bay leaves, adjust salt and pepper. Let simmer for about 30 minutes.

Step 6: After 30 minutes add rice and cook until ready. Stir often so the rice or meat doesn’t stick to the bottom. 

Step 7: Serve warm with parsley sprinkled on top and enjoy.


This Kevin Belton jambalaya dish is hearty, and feels great to enjoy during winter. You can also eat it anytime you would like. You can cook this with little effort and will get an amazing result. This recipe varies a little from the stuffed chicken thigh recipe.

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