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Easy Delicious Jambalaya (Vegan)

Tasty Food Jambalaya (Vegan) surely is one of my favorite food. I will give you simple recipe to make Jambalaya (Vegan) for my family. This simple vegan jambalaya is a super tasty, satisfying and nutritious vegan recipe, and a delicious dinner dish made with beans instead of meat. Jambalaya is a dish from Lousiana, which has its origins in the Spanish and French cuisines, especially in the Spanish dish paella and jambalaia, a French dish from Provence. This vegan jambalaya is quick and easy to make, full of spice and flavour and a great one-pot meal.

Jambalaya (Vegan)

Delicious Food Jambalaya (Vegan)

Vegan smoked sausage takes its place while the classic "trinity" of vegetables–onion, red bell pepper and celery–get a kick from jalapeño peppers. And everything is cooked in one skillet, which means cleanup is a breeze! Jambalaya is usually made with meat and seafood, but obviously this vegan jambalaya skips those (it would be a pretty rubbish vegan jambalaya if it contained meat and seafood). You can simply cook Jambalaya (Vegan) by following 15 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is cooking guidance how you can easily make it.


1 Approximately 2 tbsp of olive oil.
2 Take 1 1/2 cup of diced bell peppers (any color will do).
3 About 1 1/2 cup of diced onions (I use white onion).
4 Take 1 1/2 cup of diced celery.
5 Prepare 1 packages of tofurky sausages.
6 Take 2 cup of imagine organic no chicken stock (or veggie stock).
7 You need 2 clove of garlic.
8 Prepare 1 tbsp of parsley.
9 Approximately 1 tbsp of basil.
10 Prepare 2 cup of rice.
11 You need 1 can of tomato sauce.
12 It’s 1 can of diced tomatoes (optional).
13 Approximately 1 of creole seasoning (tommy chacheres).
14 You need 1 of salt.
15 Approximately 1 of pepper.

Instead, I added a tin of kidney beans, which worked perfectly. You could add some slices of vegetarian sausage too, if you fancy it. This vegan jambalaya recipe is super easy to make with basic pantry staples. Tomato-y rice flavoured with loads of herbs and spices and bulked up with celery, peppers and a selection of mixed beans make a hearty, warming and filling quick weeknight lunch or dinner.

Cooking Guidances

Step 1 Dice all vegetables and the package of tofurky sausages..
Step 2 Once thats done, drop the olive oil into a decent sized pot and put it over medium heat..
Step 3 Once oil is hot, add onions, bell peppers, celery, garlic and sausages and saute for about 10 to 15 minutes..
Step 4 Next add the basil and parsley to the mix followed by the tomato sauce, diced tomatoes and stock..
Step 5 Next drop the rice in. If using brown rice you may need to cook a bit longer/add more water over time..
Step 6 cook uncovered and stir occasionally until the rice is tender usually about a half hour or so..
Step 7 Once rice is tender add salt, pepper and creole seasoning to taste. If you like iy a bit on the hotter side you can dice scotch bonnet peppers into the mixture or add a squirt of your favorite hot sauce..
Step 8 Garnish with parsley.

Except for the vegan sausage, you will find all of these ingredients in any regular supermarket. If you have problems finding the vegan andouille sausage, you could also use smoked tofu instead. I used cooked rice for my vegan jambalaya to make the recipe even faster. I usually cook a big batch of rice, so I have it ready for busy days. This easy vegan jambalaya is made with a spicy mixture of brown rice, red beans and bell peppers.

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