I Tried A 140-Year-Old Jambalaya Recipe • Tasty

Where did this southern staple get its start? To get the scoop on Jambalaya, Hannah Hart cooks alongside author and culinary historian Michael Twitty.

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15 Replies to “I Tried A 140-Year-Old Jambalaya Recipe • Tasty”


  2. that looks disgusting no one from south Louisiana would cook jambalaya like that even creole jambalaya !! first off brown the meat, add some onions,peppers,and celery and cajun-creole seasoning

  3. The book the recipe is from is actually called "What Mrs. Fisher knows about Old Southern Cooking"

  4. I love that this wasn’t just about food. Loved to hear about all of the history as well ????

  5. Why did this dude just gloss over the fact that jambalaya started out as a paella dish that was made with the ingredients they had at the time. A jumble of french, spanish, and african cuisine. A jumbled paella. . .

  6. It originates from Spanish Paella ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? NOT AFRICA. Use Tasso.

  7. Rice is not exclusively from Africa, or any African country. Frickin Asia your dummy. He doesn’t even know the real history of foods. Please remove this moron. I’m from NOLA. I’d love to debate Mr. State Puff Man! ????????????

  8. 10:35 ..well you can still add those ingredients and it will taste amazing. They aren't flavour 'agents' just more magical ingredients. different if your adding ketchup or honey. LOL. but you can add that too and it would be awesome, DONE it..lol.

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