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Alton Brown's Red Beans and Rice

Red Beans and Rice Recipe : Alton Brown - Includes a recipe for pickled pork to make it like authentic New Orleans Red Beans

Stove top Red Beans and Rice.  Make a big batch for company, or freeze leftovers for later.

Stovetop Red Beans and Rice

Lightened, Stovetop Red Beans & Rice: Here's a low-fat version of the Louisiana favorite with all the classic, cue-the-trombones flavor you'd expect in this hearty dish.

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Red Beans & Rice by Emeril Lagasse

Mardi Gras Party - Red Beans and Rice Recipe : Emeril Lagasse : Food Network - Started with 6 cups of broth and only added one more. Used ham instead of ham hock (didn't have one) and 2 andouille smoked pork sausage. I don't smash the beans.

Emeril Lagasse Recipes | Emeril Lagasse | Food Network

Emeril Lagasse Recipes | Emeril Lagasse | Food Network

Louisiana Red Beans and Rice ~ Delicious comfort food!  I think I will be cutting this recipe in half though.

Comfy Cuisine: Louisiana Red Beans and Rice Use smoked turkey leg and smoked turkey sausage for healthy version

Cajun Red Beans and Rice (Creole Seasoning @ http://emerils.com/120057/emerils-essence-creole-seasoning)

Classic cajun red beans and rice with all of the classic Southern creole flavors throughout. So delicious! So comforting! So soulful! Cajun red beans and rice are a soulful dish. I love to watch the

Turned out great even though I misunderstood the directions! I cooked the rice seperately and added it back to the dish. I just made an extra pot to clean but

~One Skillet Red Beans, Rice & Sausage~ A fantastic skillet supper perfect for any busy night. Filled with flavor, and just a little kick, the whole family is sure to love this one!

Authentic Louisiana Red Beans and Rice Allrecipes.com [i'll brown the sausage before the veggies and set them aside in the fridge until time to add them ... lots more flavor for veggies, broth, and sausages]

Authentic Louisiana Red Beans and Rice Recipe (*I'd use canned beans and serve over WG brown rice)