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Louisiana-Style Red Beans and Rice

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  • 1 onion (large, diced small)
  • 3 teaspoons olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic
  • 1 tablespoon Creole seasoning (Tony Chachere's, or other Creole seasoning of your choice)
  • 1 teaspoon dried thyme
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano
  • black pepper
  • salt
  • 4 cups small red beans (cooked, or use 3 cans red beans, rinsed and drained and add 1/2 cup more chicken stock)
  • 3 cups ham (diced lean, or Louisiana Hot Sausages, dice into pieces about the size of the cooked beans)
  • 3 cups homemade chicken stock (or canned chicken broth)
  • 1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
  • 1 teaspoon Tabasco Green Pepper Sauce (or use a smaller amount of red Tobasco)
  • 3 bay leaves
  • 1 teaspoon red wine vinegar
  • 3 cups cooked white rice (for serving, Use Uncle Bean's Converted Rice for South Beach Diet.)
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    Calories710Calories from Fat140
    Total Fat15g23%
    Saturated Fat4g20%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat140
    Total Carbohydrate93g31%
    Dietary Fiber22g88%
    Vitamin A2%
    Vitamin C25%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Cook 4 months ago
    The family loved it! I substituted the sausage for plant based, Red Hot hot sauce instead of Tobasco and red wine vinegar, a bit of tomatoe juice and veggie broth instead of chicken. I will definitely be making this again.
    Kris 4 months ago
    Very good, not quite the real thing but super easy. Added some smoked sausage. Will make again
    Chad 7 months ago
    Wow, how easy and wonderful tasting! Definitely a do over!!!
    Patti D 8 months ago
    So tasty! We always have a box of Zatarain’s on the shelf because we love it so much. This is more work but definitely better. It’s also a great way to use up leftover ham.
    Melinda A Koster 10 months ago
    Delicious! Will definitely make again.
    Courtney Leavy 10 months ago
    Amazing! Very flavorful. I excluded a few ingredients (red wine, green Tabasco,etc) bc I did not have them and it still turned out great!
    Rick M. a year ago
    delicious, one of my favorites
    LaJuana a year ago
    Excellent, I wish I would have made it for my grandma. Substituted ham with beef links.
    Ada A. a year ago
    I made this to recipe except use dried little red beans soaked overnight. Added a bit more liquid and it was delicious!
    phillip cox 2 years ago
    thought it was great but modified it for wieght watchers.
    Montemayor 2 years ago
    great. I didn't have all the ingredients. I used ol bay seasoning instead of Tony's. turned out great.
    Julie L. 2 years ago
    I cooked it on the stovetop and it was delicious. Made for a quick and yummy Easter dinner.
    Jasmine Wyre 2 years ago
    My family loved this recipe!!!
    Patricia Mallory 2 years ago
    I prepared this recipe before and served it at a potluck where it was a hit. i recommend using no salt and 1/2 tbls. of the creole seasoning.
    Swaim 2 years ago
    I added a can of fire roasted diced tomatoes and put over yellow rice....used ham and smoked sausage...really good.
    DeBe 2 years ago
    Tried it with ham ... Not sure why ... I'm a born and raised Louisiana country girl and this recipe isn't like what I am use to. Not bad, just lacking in the authentic flavor of the south. But if you don't know the difference, it shouldn't matter.
    Bobby Mcannally 3 years ago
    Excellent! Really enjoy this receipt.
    Nanyer 3 years ago
    I didn’t slow cook it but I cooked the beans real low for several hours on the stove and then I followed the rest of the directions. I love this recipe I will use it again! I definitely think that small red beans make this meal taste better.
    Genevieve W. 3 years ago
    This is a great rexipet to go by! I always modify recipes, adding more spices to our taste!
    Rita Melissa 3 years ago
    very good bit seemed to be missing something.
    Richie Medina 3 years ago
    *Cook time is not 65 minutes, please read the directions. Beans came out fantastic though
    Sadler 3 years ago
    I used Andouille Sausage in place of the ham...absolutely delicious!
    Steph 4 years ago
    turned out amazing..
    Miller 4 years ago
    Loved it!! Used veggie broth and andouille sausage, it was amazing! New staple in our house!
    sunshine A. 4 years ago
    love it! the whole family loves this recipe and cant wait till the next time I make it! 5 stars 💥💥💥💥💥
    Tracy Thompson 4 years ago
    I love this recipe. I've done both lean ham and the Cajun sausages but the kids eat the ham better
    Sarah Terry 4 years ago
    I have made this several times! Even my kids love it! Excellent recipe
    Giertz 4 years ago
    I simmered on stovetop instead so I could control the thickness. I followed all the steps and Ingredients up until putting in crockpot. Smashed some beans at every stir to increase thickness. I used andouille, quartered. Love the way it turned out, and the heat is really nice. Really salty though... not sure if it's the creole seasoning or the reduction of the sauce, but wow! Gonna reduce the creole next time a bit, probably half.
    Shawn Ivie 5 years ago
    Great recipe! I use the canned dark red beans, low sodium with smoked ham diced into smaller than bite sized pieces and sauteed chicken andouille sausage on the side.