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Ingredients 1 cup instant pearl barley 4 cups water 2 whole bay leaves 3 medium onions 2 medium celery stalks 1 medium green, red, yellow, or orange bell pepper 2 medium cloves garlic 1 Tablespoon canola oil 4 ounces ground turkey 2 (14½-ounce) cans diced tomatoes, no salt added 1 teaspoon salt ½. Ingredients 1 cup instant pearl barley 4 cups water 2 whole bay leaves 3 medium onions 2 small celery stalks 1 cup diced green, red, yellow, or orange bell pepper 2 medium cloves garlic 1 tablespoon canola oil 4 ounces ground turkey 2 (14.5-oz) cans diced tomato (no salt added) 1. Cook sausage and chicken in a large non-stick skillet over medium high heat until no longer pink (6 to 8 minutes).

If necessary, drain fat from the pan. Reduce heat to medium. Add onions and cook until soft. Add garlic, oregano and chili powder; cook one minute. Stir in barley, tomatoes, chicken broth and water.

Cook sausage and chicken in a large non-stick skillet over medium high heat until no longer pink (6 to 8 minutes). If necessary, drain fat from the pan and reduce heat to medium. Add onions and cook until soft.

Add garlic, oregano and chili powder; cook one minute. In a medium pot over high heat, bring barley, water, and bay leaves to a boil. Reduce heat to low and cover.

Cook barley until tender and water is absorbed, about 20-30 minutes. Drain and set aside. Barley Jambalaya Serves 6 Adapted from Operation Frontline. 1 cup pearl barley 4 cups water 2 whole bay leaves 2 medium celery stalks, diced 1 medium green bell pepper, diced 3 medium onions, diced 2 medium cloves garlic, minced 4 ounces turkey ham, diced into 1/4″ pieces 1 tablespoon canola oil 28 ounces diced tomatoes, no salt added 1 teaspoon salt. A rice dish becomes a barley dish.

And the flavours attached usually need to be bolder, more comforting. The classic Louisiana dish, jambalaya, has a mixed heritage in its origins. African, French, Spanish all collide to create a harmonious blend of flavours based on the region they reside in. MORE CAJUN INSPIRED RECIPES: In a large Dutch oven heat olive oil over medium heat.

Add onions, celery, and bell peppers and season with salt and pepper. Cook for 4 minutes, or until just tender. Stir in garlic and cook for 1 minute. Stir in chicken and add sweet.

1. In a colander, rinse barley under cold water. 2. In a medium pot over high heat, bring barley, water, and bay leaves to a boil. Beef and Barley Stew Recipe How to Make Stewed Beef Shank with Barley Duration: 7:11.

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  • Hey Al! Fam is from Lousiana…this is actually CREOLE Jamabalaya haha. Cajun cooking doesn’t use tomatoes. Much love from Compton ����

  • Could you please ‘sort’ out recipes that are quick to make along with simple, as these recipes tend to take approximately an hour to complete. Thanks

  • tried this once a month ago. it came out great. making it again tonight. dope brudda. thx for the recipe. I threw a lil hot sauce n garlic powder at the end. delish

  • Keep the cheap dishes coming! I’m a student, and I’ve tried heaps of your dishes (they’re fantastic!), but I mostly have to make them at Mum’s house because the ingredients are just too expensive to make at the flat!

  • haha, ich komm auch aus deutschland. als ich sie mal in england probierte, schmeckten sie irgendwie wie schlechte, vegetarische würstchen.

  • Hubs found your cooking page and he’s obsessed. Just made this tonight and he doesn’t want to share with me or the kids ��. Thank you for sharing your gift

  • Awesome, always thought this was going to be really complex, but you broke this down and made it really clear. Going to make this now. **correction** made it and it’s fantastic.

  • It depends on which country you live in. America and Australia it’s called zucchini (origin Italy, France and UK call it courgette (origin France).

  • Thank you so much for the videos my cooking have improved so much since I stared following your recipes your such a great cook ��‍��

  • I can’t tel you how much I love the meals you make! I love to cook and I’m originally from Louisiana home grown Cajun girl here who moved to Indiana when I married my husband! I miss the food like crazy! Love the andouille sausage!

  • I made this one with darkened chicken breast and it was damn good. I think you forgot to show when to add the Cajun spices so I added them to the broth unless I am mistaken. I gave you a subscription because it was delicious any my family loved it. Thank you.

  • I made it a little too hot for my taste buds so I put a dollop if sour cream on top. Yummo. Thanks for the recipe. I just found ur channel so I’m getting ready to binge out my friend

  • I made this for the first time last Monday and it was such a hit that I’m making it for the third time today! Thank you for this awesome recipe! It’s definitely going into my weekly rotation!

  • I absolutely loveeeee this meal but everytime I make it I put the exact amount of broth you say and my rice is never done even after adding more ��

  • My dad and I are letting it simmer, I will edit this comment later to tell how it came out.

    Edit: It tasted amazing!!! Sry I forgot to edit this straight after XD.

  • Taking the mystery out of cooking is right.�� Keep it coming brother. How would the ingredients need to be amended to feed 7 people?

  • if you want a pasta-ish dish minus the pasta, I eat a lot of quinoa “salads” cook quinoa (or a quinoa/barley/rice mix) for 10 minutes, add some veg, simmer for another 10 or less, and voila:)
    I also make a lot of quick veggie/chickpea curries saute onion and garlic 4 mins, add veg and sauce/broth, simmer until cooked and serve on rice. Veg is super cheap (Aldi is your friend) and you can just use water & spices if curry sauces are out of your budget. (or else curry pastes last me AGES)

  • I’m a new follower and made this last night. Absolutely fire. It was just the comfort food we needed. I had to improvise because I didnt have the creole kick, but it still turned out great and lemme tell you… this recipe makes A TON of food. you could easily feed 8+ people with this. Keep up the great work, AB!

  • It won’t take as long to cook! I would boil the rice in the stock until fluffy, then add it to the rest and the end and stir through!

  • Done ✅ I just hooked it up just like yours with a few extras added. I added fresh diced tomatoes �� at the end, parsley �� and green onions ��. I allowed that to sit and settle with heat off after it cooked for an hour with all of your ingredients in. (Took awhile for the brown rice �� to cook)Man,.. I’m the chef ��‍�� now. Thanks again. I’m about to check your site out. You have that west coast accent. I went to school In Oakland back In the day. Eastmont Mall. Peace.

  • Here’s how you pronounce Worcestershire… Wuss – TA – shear. “Wuss” as in what you might insultingly call someone else; “shear” as in scissors or to cut. Hope this helps.

  • So, I followed this recipe to a t except the can of tomato paste (I didnt have it ) and added shrimp aswell, but my rice came out kinda mushy…. Any ideas what I did wrng???? I washed my rice before hand aswell….. ��

  • Thank you for teaching me these techniques:> I made my own version with whatI have

    I used 1 onion, 5 cloves of garlic, mushrooms, carrot cut small, and some sausages (removed from skin), added cumin, oregano, and parsley, cooked it a bit then added rice in your method (with less water) and a chicken stock cube Eating it now, it’s delicious!

  • AB I notice some of your ingredients came from Stater Bros and Smart and Final. Now tell me where do you buy your chicken andouile sausages. I am familiar with these stores from Los Angeles to Lakewood, to the High Desert. Now since I live in the High Desert it is hard for me to run to Miracle Market can you tell me where you get your andouilles from

  • I just made this but never saw when to add seasonings. Also, didn’t catch hen you added the meat back but caught myself after adding the rice. It’s cooking now and I can’t wait to try it!
    Update: It turned out GREAT!!! Thank you, AB!

  • I’m not a big zucchini fan, but I’d still use themand add some grated carrots for colour and sweetness… Do you suppose a bit of nice tender beef could be used instead of sausage meat?

  • courgette xD Makes zucchini sound so fancy. I’m going to use it! No body will know what I’m talking about… but if it makes it fancier then that’s fine with me! Lol

  • I need your help guys! I’m a powerlifter and I just started a new fatloss program. I need to eat 2500 healthy calories in just 2 meals. I could off course drink protein shakes but I can’t aford them!! HELP GUYYS! you are awesome by the way

  • New to your channel and I’ve watched a bunch of your videos already. I’m off to the store to get some andouille right now! This one looks legit! Thanks for this one AB!

  • Thanks for the video looks greatmaking some right nowstr8 to the point easy instructions music low keeping it simple man if the world would just cook together we could have unity and luv!! hits the sub button-

  • I’ve never actually tasted them but the way they look, I just don’t understand them. And this is coming from a German, basically the grandmasters of sausages.

  • Cheers guys looks great and pearl barley is a fantastic ingredient. More cheap meals please, more one pot stuff and more lunchbox ideas (can be cooked the night before and both do and do not need to be warmed up in a microwave the next day).

  • Hey Sorted I made a giant jaffa cake for my older brothers birthday, i would have got a photo but I forgot. It was pretty badass though:)

  • Can’t you get there white whine just for cooking pouposes? here in portugal is about €0,50/Liter in a regular supermarket. For drinking is rubbish but at least you dont have to use an expensive one 😉

  • Great, thanks. Did it with Waitrose Funghi Porcini stock cubes, amazingly they actually really taste of porcini. Italian “Star” brand, thoroughly recommend. I used peas instead of courgette, as thought the sweetness would go better.

  • By all means skip it… but it does add some extra body flavour. Only a glass… not too expensive really. Enjoy drinking the rest.

  • Yeah traditionally it does. But by switching risotto rice for pearl barley it means you can bung all the stock in at once and only have to stir occasionally. Easy eh?