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       Title: JAMBALAYA I
  Categories: Creole, Chicken, Ceideburg 2
       Yield: 10 servings
       5    Celery ribs, trimmed, sliced        3 cn (28 ounces each)
       2    Bell peppers, stemmed,                   -diced
            -cored, seeded                      2 c  Sun-dried
 tomatoes, cut
       1 md Red onion, peeled, quartered             -into  pieces
       1 md White onion, peeled,                2 lb Boneless chicken,
 cut into
            -quartered                               -pieces
       1 md Yellow onion, peeled,               1 lb Wing-ettes (wings
            -quartered                               -the tips)
       1    Head garlic, separated into         5    Bay leaves
            -cloves, the cloves peeled          4 tb Pure mild chile
       1 sm Bunch fresh basil (or 2             2 lb Andouille sausage
            -tablespoons dried)                 2 lb Peeled, deveined
       1 sm Bunch fresh oregano (or 2                -shrimp
            -tablespoons dried)                      Salt
     1/2 bn Fresh thyme (or 2                        Hot steamed rice
            -tablespoons dried)            
   Puree celery, peppers, onions, garlic and herbs (except the bay
 leaf) in a
   food processor.  Transfer to a large pot; add the canned and
   tomatoes, the chicken, bay leaves and chile powder.  Cover and bring
 to a
   boil.  Reduce heat to medium an cook for about 35 minutes.
   While the mixture cooks, thinly slice the andouille sausage and
 roast in
   350F oven for about 15 minutes (this will render out a lot of the
   Add andouille to the pot, reduce heat to a simmer, and cook for
 about 30
   minutes.  Add shrimp and cook for about 5 minutes. Season with salt
   taste.  Serve over rice.
   From George Louie.
   Serves 10 to 12.
   PER SERVING:  495 calories, 57 g protein, 21 g carbohydrate, 24 g
 fat (6 g
   saturated), 214 mg cholesterol, 957 mg sodium, 5 g fiber.
   From and article by Michele Anderson, San Francisco Chronicle,
   Posted by Stephen Ceideberg; February 23 1993.