Beans/Rice/Sausage is a dish I make when I want to put NO effort into dinner whatsoever, so I was a little skeptical of this recipe because it requires a LITTLE effort :) I wasn't sure it'd be worth it... OH MY GOD... SOOOOOO worth it. This is a regular rotation for us because its delicious, filling, 2yo ds and 5yo dd both love it too, and its inexpensive!! Thank you!!
We really liked this recipe. It is much quicker than many recipes. Pretty spicy--which we liked. I added a little corn starch to thicken--just a personal preference. Thanks for sharing!
Really good one skillet meal. I didn't have peppers or celery and it was still awesome.
Good but WAY too spicy for me, even though I did not put in the Louisiana hot sauce. Next time I will trade out the bell peppers for carrots and leave out the cayenne seasoning. This time I used cajun flavored sausage so next time I will look for a more bland sausage. But I was grateful to have this recipe since it gave me a general idea of what proportions to use etc. I knocked off a star because it was so so spicy.
We used a sweet chicken sausage. It was amazing!!!!!
I came across this recipe while looking for a convenient red beans and rice recipe, and it really couldn't have worked out better. The seasoning I found was the Walker
Super easy and delish! I did use andouille sausage. I cut back on the cajun seasoning to 1.5 TBSP as I was afraid with the spicier sausage, it would be too much. Not sure if it was this particular brand but the sausage wasn't as spicy as I was expecting. Had a good dose of heat to it but we enjoy our beans and rice SPICY so I will use the full 2 TBSP next time. Great filling meal with enough leftover for Monday lunchboxes! Thanks for sharing.
Small changes: I used mild andouille sausage, Cajun seasoning, basmati rice, 1/2 a green pepper instead of red, and added 4 small bay leaves. I am eating some for lunch right now! Thanks for this quick and easy way to whip up a pot of red beans and rice. I want to give this 5 stars but the stars are not registering for some reason.
Mmmm! This was my first attempt at "red beans & rice" and its soooo delicious! I didnt have any kebassa sausage so I use 2 giant beef hot dogs from Costco. I also only use about 1 tablespoon of the cajun seasoning because I felt the hotdogs would bring a lot of salt. It is delicious!
Thank you T-Reed for a keeper recipe :)
Deeelicious. I used creole seasoning instead of cayenne seasoning, and basmati rice, which held up nicely with all the other ingredients. I will definitely make this again. Thanks!