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Everyone who has loved red beans and rice in New Orleans is going to love this recipe for Slow Cooker Louisiana-Style Red Beans and Rice! This recipe has been hugely popular on Kalyn’s Kitchen and some of my family members have been making Slow Cooker Louisiana-Style Red Beans and Rice for years using this recipe!
For Friday Favorites we spotlight past recipes that you may have missed, and this recipe for Slow-Cooker Louisiana Style Red Beans and Rice is something I’ve made over and over. Now you don’t have to go to New Orleans to get authentic red beans and rice!
There are many good food experiences you can only have in New Orleans, but Louisiana-Style Red Beans and Rice is one dish from America’s food city that’s easy to re-create at home. This recipe from Kalyn’s Kitchen starts with either canned red beans or dried red beans that are cooked on the stove. Then add spices, onions, and sausage and simmer delicious flavor into the beans in the slow cooker. Serve with rice for a version of Slow Cooker Louisiana-Style Red Beans and Rice you’ll make over and over, I promise!
Ingredients for Slow Cooker Louisiana-Style Red Beans and Rice:
- olive oil
- Creole Seasoning (Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasoning preferred)
- dried thyme
- dried oregano
- salt and fresh-ground black pepper
- cooked small red beans
- lean ham or Louisiana Hot Sausage
- chicken stock
- Worcestershire sauce
- Green Tabasco Sauce
- bay leaves
- red wine vinegar
- For serving: Cooked white rice