Total Time
30mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

This is a recipe I developed by trying to duplicate a rice dish from a restaurant. It ended up being very simple and quick. It came very close to the original. Some folks even say it's better.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Cook rice.
  2. While rice is cooking, chop onions into 1/4" pieces separating the bottoms from the tops.
  3. Sauté the bottoms along with the loose sausage until cooked thoroughly, about 15-20 minutes.
  4. Then add 1/2 bouillon cube and 1/4 cup water and mix thoroughly. Turn off heat.
  5. Add onion tops and toss so that residual heat will take the bite out of the onions.
  6. Mix rice with meat mixture and serve.
  7. NOTE: The amount of onions are to taste, but do not use less than 2 bunches. The Cajun seasoning is also to taste. Do not add salt, as the bouillon and Cajun seasoning take care of the saltiness. Enjoy!
Most Helpful

This is a great recipe! I like how it all came together. Even with all the seasonings I did find the rice a bit bland so next time I might cook the rice in the water with the bouillon powder and some more seasonings. Thank you so much for posting :)

flygirl #5 April 15, 2010

This recipe is most excellent!!! Easy to make, and it smells absolutely wonderful while it is cooking. I add a cup of cooked peas to the mix to make that one dish meal. Try it, you'll like it!!!

MamaDubs July 17, 2007

This is the only recipe that I will cook for large amounts of people. I make it for my men's church group on potlucks and since I don't cook much this simple recipe works well. I found a local cajun spice sausage and it works, matter fact I had to cut down on the spice a bit. It had to be good cause the cajun men (Thibodaux, LA) said it was jus' righ cher' , but, us non-cajuns there thought it a bit much.

colonels87 November 30, 2006