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Broke in the new small egg - Redbeans and Rice

BoccieBoccie Posts: 186
edited 4:50PM in EggHead Forum
<p />Thought I would try a recipe new to me for our small eggs maiden cook. I found Louisianna Redbeans and Rice in the submitted recipe section by RhumAndJerk.[p]This recipe is very good if you havent tried it yet.[p]Top it with fresh green onions and some tobasco (I used habanero tobasco :-) for that little extra kick![p]The bad thing is that I am the only one that eats redbeans in my house. The good thing is I am the only one that eats redbeans in my house - heh heh![p]Anyway, just wanted to share this with everyone. Happy eggin'!

[ul][li]Louisiana Red Beans and Rice by RhumAndJerk[/ul]


  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    Boccie, looks good! Any special smoke on that? I asumed you cooked with the lid off?

  • ShelbyShelby Posts: 803
    Being from Louisiana, I still prefer to cook my redbeans on the stove. But, depending on what Lili does, may have to resort to that!

  • BoccieBoccie Posts: 186
    Wise One,[p]I knew I forgot that in the post LOL. I only used hickory for smoking, and the lid was off of the cast iron pot. Temp on the egg was around 240. Stirred every 1/2 hour. I used smoked sausage as my meat, with ham shanks for cooking flavor. Fed the shanks to the dog when I was done, which she didnt complain about :-)[p][p]
  • Boccie,[p]Thanks for the great recipe.
    My mouth is watering big timr.
    I'll be cooking this one in my dutch oven .[p]

  • ChuckChuck Posts: 812
    Boccie,[p]Looks great, I may have to give that a try this weekend. Did you have any ceramics under the dutch oven (pizza stone or fire brick). I have used fire brick when cooking with my dutch oven before, it seems to make the bottom stick less. [p]Chuck <><

  • PorkchopPorkchop Posts: 155
    Boccie, do split pea soup next! those beans look awesome!

    <p />Boccie,[p]TEST
  • BoccieBoccie Posts: 186
    Chuck,[p]I didn't use anything under the dutch oven. Just set it on the rack. I also smoked using hickory. The meal was great. I had no problems with the cook, sticking or anything. :-)
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