Alaskan Amber Beer Red Beans And Rice
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Alaskan Amber Beer Red Beans And Rice
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:03:27 AM. Recipe ID 27419. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Alaskan amber beer red beans and rice
 Categories: Alaskan, Beer, Crockpot
      Yield: 6 Servings
 
      1 lb Red beans; cooked
    1/2 lb Ham; diced
    1/2 lb Hot link sausages; diced
      3 md Jalapeno chile pepper; diced
           -fine
      1 md Onion; diced
      1 tb Creole seasoning
      2    Bottles Alaskan Amber Beer
    1/2 c  Celery; diced
    1/2 c  Red bell pepper; diced
 
  In a crockpot or a heavy 3 quart pan place all the ingredients except
  the beans to a boil and simmer for an hour or two. Add the beans and
  simmer for another hour or two. Mash a few of the beans with a spoon
  to thicken the liquid..
  
  Do not use a creole seasoning made with salt. The sausage and ham
  provide salt, and more may be added at the table.
  
  Add additional peppers if desired. Serve with rice.
  
  A table of tomato paste may be added near the end of the cooking time.
  
  NOTES : Beans can be cooked to minimize the undigestable sugars that
  cause gas.  Put the beans in a pan and cover with water to 2 inches
  over the dry beans.  Heat to boiling.  Turn off the heat.  Allow the
  beans to swell for about an hour.  Drain the water off and refill
  with water to cover the beans. Bring to a boil and allow to set over
  night or for several hours. Drain the beans and refill with water to
  cover and simmer until tender (about 1 hour). Drain the beans and use
  in recipes calling for cooked beans.
  




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Recipe ID 27419 (Apr 03, 2005)

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