Jambalaya may seems like an oddity for the grill, but slightly smoky and charred grilled sausage, chicken, and tomatoes add a great flavor to the final dish.
'Jambalaya' on Serious Eats
Spicy, smoky and comforting at once, jambalaya-stuffed bell peppers offer an update on the one-pot staple.
There are as many versions of jambalaya as there are cooks. In my house, the essential ingredients are green peppers, celery, onion, okra, rice, tomato and some sort of pork; but feel free to experiment and create your own list of essentials. If fresh okra is not in season use frozen cut okra, but be sure to use a brand you trust—some frozen okra can be distastefully fibrous. As always, homemade stock is best, but a grocery store version always works in a pinch. Coleslaw is a great side with this dinner, as is cold beer.
Editor's note: Gretchen VanEsselstyn of Chile Pepper Magazine, will be dropping by each week with a recipe for heat freaks. This week, though, in honor of the Super Bowl, she'll have a recipe a day before the big game. While...