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By PanNan on July 16, 2013
"This recipe is quite a favorite at Treebeards' restaurant in Houston. It's posted in response to a request. Cooking time does not include the pre-soak or pre-boil time. To make it South Beach friendly, substitute low fat turkey smoked sausage for the regular smoked sausage, and serve with brown rice."
Prep Time: 20 mins
Total Time: 2 hrs 20 mins
By Anita Harris on February 13, 2005
"These beans smell so good when they are cooking and the results are a tasty, New Orleans style red beans and rice. I have tried several recipes but this one is easier than the others I've tried with an excellent result. Serve with cornbread or corn muffins and your meal is complete. Recipe is from Taste of Home magazine."
Prep Time: 0 mins
Total Time: 4 hrs
By Miss Annie on August 18, 2007
By Miss Annie on August 15, 2011
"This is a great Creole dish, and this is a good recipe. I usually have a bowl or two when we go to Louisiana. Very filling, and pocketbook friendly. Make sure you have a Louisiana hot sauce on the table so each one can "heat" it up.
NOTE: There is a difference between Kidney Beans and Red Beans. The smaller red beans are similar to..."
Prep Time: 13 hrs
Total Time: 18 hrs
By Kittencalskitchen on May 29, 2009
"This is a hearty Southern dish, easy to make and full of flavor and quite spicy! I sometimes add in cooked ground beef, you can add in some chopped cooked bacon or use spicy dryed smoked sausage to the beans for smokey flavor --- I also like to add in some Creole seasoning -- see my The Best Creole/Cajun Seasoning Mix"
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs 10 mins
By mandabears on February 21, 2009
By truebrit on March 7, 2012
"When we lived in Puerto Rico, this was a favorite meal. We're back in the States now, but when I make Red Beans and Rice it transports me back to La Isla Del Encanto! It can be eaten as a meal itself or with a simple salad."
Prep Time: 5 mins
Total Time: 40 mins
By Rev. Roy on February 25, 2010
"I found this recipe in "The New Orleans CookBook" by Rima & Richard Collin. It was an incredible hit the first night with family and friends, and it gets even better the next day. I was unable to find pickled pork and used salt pork instead. Delete the salt from the recipe if you make this substitution. I highly recommend pan-baked corn bread..."
Prep Time: 40 mins
Total Time: 3 hrs 40 mins
By KelBel on August 20, 2007
By Kittencalskitchen on March 30, 2008