Instant Pot® Chicken and Sausage Gumbo Recipe
Making gumbo can be time consuming, so speed things up by using your multi-functional pressure cooker. Garnish with chopped flat leaf parsley, if desired, and serve over rice.
I tried this and I really liked the flavors. Go crazy if you need more. This was a quicker meal because of the Instant Pot. Cooking time could be a little longer in my opinion, some of the celery was not cooked as thoroughly as I expected, but I might have cut mine a little bigger than the author of the recipe. The recipe is great as is. I added some shrimp at the very end because I love shrimp in gumbo.
A classic roux is the thickening agent for this traditional Cajun-style gumbo made rich and hearty with chicken, sausage, onions, bell peppers, celery, garlic, and lively seasonings.
This hearty chicken thigh and mild Italian sausage gumbo is easy to make in a slow cooker and will feed a large crowd on a weeknight.
This was the best and fastest Gumbo recipe I have ever tried. I made just like the recipe except I used 1 lb of the sausage. If you don't like spicy, you may want to cut the spices down to 1/3 of them.
Chef John takes gumbo to the oven, baking up a beautiful golden brown roux right alongside the chicken, sausage, and Holy Trinity in this dish.
Slowly cooking the roux brings a deliciously authentic taste to this simple gumbo.
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