Red Beans and Rice

"A cajun staple. Simple but, so good! Serve it with a slice of Nawlins crusty french bread."
 
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Red Beans and Rice created by Lady Amazon
Ready In:
2hrs 15mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
6-8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Rinse and clean beans good.
  • Put into a large soup pot.
  • Add water.
  • Slice onion and sausage into beans.
  • Add cajun seasoning and garlic powder.
  • Bring to a boil and let boil 15 minutes.
  • Reduce heat to low and simmer for 2-3 hours, until beans are tender.
  • Salt to taste.
  • Serve over hot cooked rice.

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  2. Lady Amazon
    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!
     
  3. lauralie41
    Very good! I used smoked sausage for this recipe and omitted the salt. An inexpenisve and very tasty meal!
     
  4. LA286570
    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! :)
     
  5. Stacky5
    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! :)
     

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