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Louisiana Red Beans & Rice


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Rating: 1
by: Andrea, NV Reviewed: 05/17/2014
Come on?
Canadian Bacon in a New Orlean's recipe,ditto to the reviewer's who said canned beans(?)& white chunks in the photo! I've hung out in in N'oleans a lot, my sister lived there,I know the food,OK? I'm a chef, love checking out online different spins on international cuisine.I'm stunned at chef's who post canned this & that, WHAT? They're loaded with sodium, it's shocking how much there is out there? One recipe, I swear,over 6,800 mgs!Dried beans R no fat/sugar/salt,easy/cheap/4less$ for tons more
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Rating: 3
by: Mareta Reviewed: 03/21/2011
Louisiana red beans and rice
The recipe looks good, just wonder what the white cubes are. Doesn't look like onion or the bacon.
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Rating: 1
by: RuthAnn, LA Reviewed: 03/21/2011
Rename this recipe
I'm always looking for new and different recipes but this in no way resembles classic red beans, which is not Cajun food but Creole cooking. Slow cooking of beans is best but cannned kidney beans are almost foreign to La/New Orleans red bean recipes. Think creamy and delicious. This recipe looks like bean stew!
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