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Man, that looks awesome!

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Originally Posted by dpd
Add a little butter at the end to make them creamy .


We add a stick of butter in a pot of red beans.

Red beans and rice with cornbread and Steens syrup is one fine meal.

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I got burnt out on them when I lived in Louisiana. Every Monday. It got old.

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Originally Posted by JimHnSTL
Well at least share the recipe.
Damn that looks good.


1 lb small red beans or kidney beans, soaked overnight and rinsed

1 lb andouille sausage

1 smoked ham hock

1 medium onion

1 medium bell pepper

2 stalks celery, with leaves

4 cloves garlic, chopped

2 bay leaves

Fresh ground pepper

2 tsp cayenne

1 tsp paprika

1 tsp thyme

1/2 tsp oregano

Sea salt

1/8 cup chopped green onion tops (per serving)

Rice (I use brown rice, browned in olive oil prior to simmering)

7 cups water



Bring beans to rapid boil, add ham hock

Coarsely chop onion, bell pepper, and celery, brown in olive oil or bacon drippings for 5 minutes over medium-high heat

Add chopped garlic, reduce heat to medium-low, cook for 3 more minutes

Add veggies to beans

Slice andouille into bite-size pieces and add to the same skillet

Brown for 5 minutes over medium-high heat

Add to beans

Add spices, except salt

Reduce heat and simmer covered for 2 hours

Remove ham hock

Mash beans against sides of pot until 40% are smashed

Simmer uncovered for an additional hour while rice cooks, stirring occasionally

Salt to taste

Let stand 10 minutes then ladle into serving bowl and top with 1 cup cooked rice and sprinkle with chopped green onion tops

Serve with your favorite beer (1 or 2 of these are the appetizer)

Make sure the Monday wash got hung to dry before consuming appetizer and chowing down

Serve ham hock goobers to dogs as a tasty treat

Serve more of your favorite beer as dessert


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That looks good. I'm going to tag in to remember this recipe. I had a good ham hock from a Costco spiral sliced a few weeks ago that I should have saved.

BTW does anyone know that Brazilian beans and rice dish. [bleep] is my futile attempt at spelling it. It has sausage in the beans too and it's usually very good. One girl I went to grad school with would finish it by simmering a whole orange in the middle of the pot. Her old family recipe was the best.

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What kind of andouille are you able to get?


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"To the beanpole dames in the magazines
You ain't it, Miss Thing
Give me a sista, I can't resist her
Red beans and rice didn't miss her"

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Originally Posted by ShaunRyan
Originally Posted by JimHnSTL
Well at least share the recipe.
Damn that looks good.


1 lb small red beans or kidney beans, soaked overnight and rinsed

1 lb andouille sausage

1 smoked ham hock

1 medium onion

1 medium bell pepper

2 stalks celery, with leaves

4 cloves garlic, chopped

2 bay leaves

Fresh ground pepper

2 tsp cayenne

1 tsp paprika

1 tsp thyme

1/2 tsp oregano

Sea salt

1/8 cup chopped green onion tops (per serving)

Rice (I use brown rice, browned in olive oil prior to simmering)

7 cups water



Bring beans to rapid boil, add ham hock

Coarsely chop onion, bell pepper, and celery, brown in olive oil or bacon drippings for 5 minutes over medium-high heat

Add chopped garlic, reduce heat to medium-low, cook for 3 more minutes

Add veggies to beans

Slice andouille into bite-size pieces and add to the same skillet

Brown for 5 minutes over medium-high heat

Add to beans

Add spices, except salt

Reduce heat and simmer covered for 2 hours

Remove ham hock

Mash beans against sides of pot until 40% are smashed

Simmer uncovered for an additional hour while rice cooks, stirring occasionally

Salt to taste

Let stand 10 minutes then ladle into serving bowl and top with 1 cup cooked rice and sprinkle with chopped green onion tops

Serve with your favorite beer (1 or 2 of these are the appetizer)

Make sure the Monday wash got hung to dry before consuming appetizer and chowing down

Serve ham hock goobers to dogs as a tasty treat

Serve more of your favorite beer as dessert






What time should I show up for diner? Sounds amazing!


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Originally Posted by ShaunRyan
Originally Posted by JimHnSTL
Well at least share the recipe.
Damn that looks good.


1 lb small red beans or kidney beans, soaked overnight and rinsed

1 lb andouille sausage

1 smoked ham hock

1 medium onion

1 medium bell pepper

2 stalks celery, with leaves

4 cloves garlic, chopped

2 bay leaves

Fresh ground pepper

2 tsp cayenne

1 tsp paprika

1 tsp thyme

1/2 tsp oregano

Sea salt

1/8 cup chopped green onion tops (per serving)

Rice (I use brown rice, browned in olive oil prior to simmering)

7 cups water



Bring beans to rapid boil, add ham hock

Coarsely chop onion, bell pepper, and celery, brown in olive oil or bacon drippings for 5 minutes over medium-high heat

Add chopped garlic, reduce heat to medium-low, cook for 3 more minutes

Add veggies to beans

Slice andouille into bite-size pieces and add to the same skillet

Brown for 5 minutes over medium-high heat

Add to beans

Add spices, except salt

Reduce heat and simmer covered for 2 hours

Remove ham hock

Mash beans against sides of pot until 40% are smashed

Simmer uncovered for an additional hour while rice cooks, stirring occasionally

Salt to taste

Let stand 10 minutes then ladle into serving bowl and top with 1 cup cooked rice and sprinkle with chopped green onion tops

Serve with your favorite beer (1 or 2 of these are the appetizer)

Make sure the Monday wash got hung to dry before consuming appetizer and chowing down

Serve ham hock goobers to dogs as a tasty treat

Serve more of your favorite beer as dessert






Good recipe. I will add that there is a big difference between red and kidney beans. Both good, but very different.


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That looks great


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Man that would rip through me like greased lightning. But it’d be good.

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I love that stuff. Looks great.

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My mouth is watering, just need some cornbread to accent it. I think im gonna throw a pot together after work.


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Originally Posted by mathman
What kind of andouille are you able to get?


Zatarain's. Not bad but I'd love to visit a small town Louisiana butcher, stock up on some real-deal. I'd grab a pile of boudin while I was at it.


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Wifey is cooking stew, I’m hungry!!

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If you don't mind the shipping these guys have some pretty good stuff in Ville Platte, Louisiana.

https://www.teetsfoodstore.com/shop/smokedmeats/AS.html


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Originally Posted by ltppowell
Good recipe. I will add that there is a big difference between red and kidney beans. Both good, but very different.


Yeah. I use the small red beans. Some use kidneys.


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Older type pressure cookers have blown if bean particles clog the vent. Use cooking oil to keep the water inside from foaming up and clogging it and fill no more than half way.

Also,

https://www.foodnetwork.com/healthyeats/healthy-tips/are-red-kidney-beans-toxic


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Awesome.....looks real good! 👍 memtb


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Manda's smoked sausage and pickled pork (what we call pickled meat, and no not pigs feet or lips) for the win.


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