About the Fastest Red Beans Recipe I’ve Ever Seen–Wow!
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If you have a hankering for some good Southern cookin’ and the convenience of a fast one-pot meal, give this Quick One-Pot Red Beans and Rice recipe a try. It’s great flavor without much hassle or time investment.
I love red beans and rice. It’s a classic Southern meal, particularly good for the cooler months. The traditional method involves cooking the beans with some good herbs, spices, and various types of pork until the beans (and other ingredients) practically make a gravy. It’s delicious, but it takes an incredibly long time, and then you have to cook the sausage and rice separately. This recipe lightens things up a bit (some people who aren’t fans of creamier or soupier beans may actually prefer that; I like them both ways), and even more importantly, it combines everything into one easy pot and speeds everything up while still bringing that great Deep South flavor.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Southern Bite
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