Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Slow Cooker Red Beans and Rice from In the Kitchen with Kath

Slow-Cooker Red Beans and Rice
Cook soaked red beans all day in the slow cooker, then when you get home add the sausage and serve over rice for a delicious meal that's great year-round.  (Photo from In the Kitchen with Kath.)

I love red beans and rice, and this is a dish I'd happily eat for dinner any time of year.  In this version of Slow Cooker Red Beans and Rice from In the Kitchen with Kath, you soak the red beans overnight, start them cooking with spices for an hour on high, then lower the heat to cook on low while you're at work all day.  When you get home cook the sausage and rice and dinner is on the table!  (The hour on high is important to cook red beans safely, or boil the beans on the stove for ten minutes if you're short on time.)

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe!   Use this link to get the recipe for Slow Cooker Red Beans and Rice from In the Kitchen with Kath.

More Ideas with Beans and Rice in the Slow Cooker:
Louisiana-Style Red Beans and Rice from Kalyn's Kitchen
Coconut Red Beans and Rice from A Year of Slow Cooking
Puerto Rican Black Beans with Sofrito and Cilantro from The Perfect Pantry 
Cuban Style Black Beans and Rice from Andrea Meyers
Boston Baked Beans from Simply Recipes 

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kathdedon said...

Thanks so much for sharing my recipe, Kalyn! :)

Kalyn said...

Kath, my pleasure. It looks so tasty!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) said...

Slow cooker are really made for beans, aren't they? I make black beans in my slow cookers all the time, and now I'm going to try these red beans, too.

Kalyn said...

Lydia, one thing I love about this recipe is how she puts the sausage in at the end so it stays firm!

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