Paleo Jambalaya & Paleo Bread™

Admittingly, the main reason I like to eat Jambalaya every now and then is because of the corn bread which has to be dripping with honey and lightly buttered.  Also because of the amazingly moist rice with it’s delicious and robust flavor. 

 And then there’s the paleo version…

 I’m going to be positive and upbeat about it but in all honesty it is a very non-paleo meal that I used to love.  So onto how amazing it can be paleo… It’s really good paleo with the intense spice from the sausages to the heartiness of the meal with all the protein. 

 For me, I love to eat this dish with bread, it’s just a must do, have to carb it.  So thank goodness there’s Paleo Bread™ out there!  I love this meal with Julian Bakeries Coconut Paleo bread because the mix of the slightly sweet bread and the Andouille sausage is amazing!  The bread helps to cool down your mouth and soaks up leftover juices from the dish.

 Make sure to use plenty of coconut milk with this dish, don’t scimp!  Even if you have to add another type of milk, you’ll be happy the dish is very moist with all the meat in the dish and it helps to balance the flavors.

 Serves 4


 1 lb. organic free-range chicken breasts, cut into 1” cubes

 1 package or 4-5 Andouille sausage, sliced thin

 ½ lb. shrimp, shelled (I did not include shrimp in my meal due to a fish allergy in the family)

 1 Tbs. coconut oil

 ½ white onion, diced

 ½ can coconut milk

 2 Tbs. coconut manna

 2 Tbs. chipotle salsa (paleo friendly or make your own)

 Julian Bakery Almond Paleo Bread™, toasted



  • Heat coconut oil on medium heat and cook onions for about 5 minutes until slightly soft

  • Meanwhile, combine the coconut manna, coconut milk and chipotle salsa in a bowl and mix well
  • Add the chicken to the pan with the onions and cook on one side for about 3 minutes.  Turn the chicken over and cook for about 1 minute then add the sausage and shrimp to the pan and the chipotle mixture and bring it almost to boil then reduce the heat to medium and cook until chicken is done and the sausage is hot.
  • Serve with Julian Bakeries Almond Baleo Bread™and ENJOY!

By: Paleo Princess

Also Check out this great recipe: Paleo Smoked Salmon On Paleo Bread™