Slow Cooker Red Beans and Rice Recipes

Traditionally, red beans and rice were being served on Mondays so that people can cleanse themselves after they have consumed pork or ham for Sunday’s meal. But they say that part of the reason why this dish became a Mondays meal, was to give women time to do their household chores while they simmer a […]

Jamaican Red Beans and Rice Recipes

The popular dish of Louisiana which is the Red beans and rice was traditionally served on Mondays to cleanse themselves from a Sunday’s meal of pork or ham and for women to have the time to do their chores while their pot of beans were simmering the entire day. To this day, people are still […]

Vegetarian and Vegan Red Beans and Rice Recipes

Red beans and rice has been a famous traditional dish in Louisiana for so many years now. Over time, the said dish has evolved in many ways and new twists were added to it to make the dish more exciting. A vegetarian version of it was also concocted for those who do not eat meat […]

New Orleans Red Beans and Rice Recipes

There is really no standard or traditional way of making the popular dish of Louisiana which is red beans and rice. Read on for some of the recipes for red beans and rice. Let us begin with all the ingredients needed to make the dish: 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 cup chopped onions ½ cup […]

Red Beans and Rice

Red beans and rice is a symbolic dish of Louisiana Creole cuisine which is traditionally made on Mondays with red beans, bell pepper, onion, celery, thyme, cayenne pepper, bay leaf, pork bones; typically leftover from Sunday’s meal. All these are cooked together slowly in a pot and is served on top of rice.  Sometimes other […]