Red beans & rice (mickler)
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Red beans & rice (mickler)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:20:01 AM. Recipe ID 51572. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Red beans & rice (mickler)
 Categories: Vegetables
      Yield: 8 Servings
      2 lb Dried red kidney beans
      2 c  Chopped yellow onions
      1 bn Of scallions, chopped
      3    Or 4 finely sliced cloves
           -of garlic
      1 bn Parsley (chopped)
      3 lb Smoked sausage *
           Salt and pepper to taste
      3 qt Of cold water
  * cut into 2 inch lengths (smoked ham or ham bone works fine)
  I just made no-fat refried beans last night completely by accident.
  I was making this recipe and discovered it in the process.
  Soak beans overnight if possible.  Drain water and add beans to a
  large 8- or 10-quart pot.  Then add enough of the cold water to cover
  the beans. Add chopped yellow onions and garlic and bring to a boil.
  Cook for one hour and add all the other things and more water if
  Simmer (slight bubbling action) for 2 more hours or until the beans
  are soft.  Then remove 2 cups of cooked beans without juice and mash
  very good. Then return the mashed up beans to the pot and stir into
  the mixture. This makes a creamy, thicker gravy.  If the beans are
  too dry, add enough water to make them like you like them. Good over
  boiled rice.
  Serves 8.
  If you're in New Orleans on a Monday, this is the only thing you can

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Recipe ID 51572 (Apr 03, 2005)

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