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Traditional Red Beans and Rice

 

Ingredients:

1 # red kidney beans

1/2 c. bacon drippings (or other oil)

1 c. chopped onions

1 c. chopped celery

1/2 c. chopped bell pepper

1/4 c. diced garlic

1 c. sliced green onion tops

1/2 c. chopped parsley

2 c. diced ham

3 links Andouille or other smoked sausage

Salt, cayenne, Worcestershire sauce and Cajun Chef liquid hot sauce to taste

The beans will cook faster if they have been allowed to soak overnight. You can either

cook them long and slow, as in a crock pot, or, by the following method. If the beans have

not been soaked overnight, prep the beans only by covering them with about 2 inches,

bring them to a boil, cover and remove from the heat and let soak for 1 hour. Cook as

follows if whether the beans have soaked overnight or for the 1 hour.

Heat the bacon fat and sauté the onions, celery and bell pepper, garlic and ham. Sauté

until the onions are clear, (about 5 minutes) add the sausage and beans. Cook another 5

minutes. Cover the beans with water or chicken stock, bring to a boil and allow to boil for

about 2 hour. Stir occasionally to avoid burning the bottom of the pot. Reduce heat and

let simmer about another hour. Stir occasionally during this hour (no stirring is needed in

a crock pot, throw in the ingredients, turn it on and come back in six or seven hours). Add

salt, cayenne, Cajun Chef hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce. If the beans have not creamed,

take a spoon and smash them on the side of the pot. Add parsley and onion tops just

before serving over cooked rice. Note: This dish gets better the second day.











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