I am from New Orleans, I live about 6 minutes away from the French Quarter on the Westbank. This is a good recipe. I follow the recipe on the back of the dried kidney beans ( use camille brand) and I do it in a slow cooker and towards the end i take out about a cup of beans and mash them and add back to pot and it thickens them.Some times I add hot dog wennies to them also which is how my mom made them for us kids in place of sausage.(budget friendly version)LOL!
Very good! I used smoked sausage for this recipe and omitted the salt. An inexpenisve and very tasty meal!
Insanely delicious!! Used low-fat smoked sausage (all I had on hand), and Miss Annie's Cajun Seasoning #28100. I had to add more water as it cooked - it was probably simmering a little high. This is one of those perfect meals that are inexpensive, simple to make, really filling, and super tasty! Thank you for posting!! Update: made this again and covered while simmering - didn't have the water problem (should have known! hehe) Thanks again! :)
Absolutely delicious!!! SOOO easy to make....I used the exact seasoning specified, and I couldn't be more happy! Although I only had 1/4 of the anduouille sausage that this called for, I added a couple of shakes of hot sauce to compensate. I also smashed some of the beans just because I like that "mashed" texture mixed with the whole beans. A definite keeper for me! And I will make this often. Thanks for posting this easy, yet very flavorful recipe! :)
This was wonderful!! Although all I had was smoked sausage, next time I'd love to try the andouille sausasage. Still, this was so simple to make and tasted so yummy...we will definitely be making again! Thanks for posting such a great recipe!!