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New Orleans Style Cajun White Beans with Rice

By: Mary from Deep South Dish
New Orleans Style Cajun White Beans with Rice
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Get a taste of the South with this white beans and rice recipe for New Orleans Style Cajun White Beans with Rice. A few simple ingredients give this white rice and beans recipe its classic flavor, with andouille sausage, bacon, garlic, green onion, and more. Serve it over rice or with corn bread and some Southern-cooked shrimp. This flavorful dish is great any time of year. You can make it on your stove or in a slow cooker. The recipe includes indications for both cooking methods.

Slow Cooker Time HIGH6 hr

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I love that you add the directions for using a variation of meats to these beans. I am always looking for a good bean recipe. I think I could eat them several times a week. My kids are not such fans, but I bet more bacon would help. What do you think?

If you scroll all the way down the recipe, you will find the slow cooker version of the recipe. I would like to try this, although since I am married to a "northerner", I would sub a milder sausage for the Andouille or use ham. I love red beans and rice, so I imagine this would be just as delicious as that dish. I would serve it over rice and add Tabasco to my serving! What would you change or modify?

That's not a slow cooker recipe. Calls for regular pots.

The website does give you directions on how to make this using your slow cooker. You must not have scrolled down far enough. It's there. And pretty simple instructions, too. It cooks for 5-6 hours. You must have a large size slow cooker to allow for up to 7 cups or more of liquid plus the beans and sausage.


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