I made this recipe this past weekend because I had a package of red lentils in my cupboard, and I had been looking for a good, easy recipe for a red lentil-based curry or stew. I was intimidated by many of the dal recipes I had come across, which often involve frying a bunch of exotic spices in hot oil. Anyway, I loved how easily this recipe came together with spices I already had. I ate it over rice, and it tasted really great! Even my husband, who was raised on meat and potatoes and is highly suspicious of anything containing a legume, absolutely loved it!
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Adding red wine to your pasta sauce is a great and easy way to simply elevate your pasta dish. The alcohol present in the wine has a quality that enhances the flavors within the sauce. It highlights the taste of each ingredient and really rounds out all the flavors into a nice balanced flavor profile. Red wine will also reduce the fats in the sauce, heightening the flavors of other ingredients that fats may dilute. Ingredients like oil, butter or broths cannot do this within a sauce.
Absolutely delicious. Hubby loved it and is asking for this recipe ever time we have rice as a side dish. it was so so easy. I Followed the exact portions and plan to add a bit more Cajun and red pepper flakes as we like a lot of heat. Thanks for the great recipe!
Back then, Monday was customarily laundry day in New Orleans. Doing the laundry was no easy task and took all day so a pot of red beans with the leftover ham and ham bone could simmer away while the women did the laundry.
This. Is. Fantastic! I was looking for a new quick version to replace my old recipe which was quick and easy but lacked flavor complexity. This recipe 100% achieved that flavor! I subbed in one can of black beans for one of the cans of red beans, added some frozen corn, and subbed a yellow bell pepper (it's what I had on hand). Absolutely delicious! I'm wishing I'd made a double batch so I'd have some leftover to freeze. Next time! Thanks sooooo much for this!
This quick and easy Red Beans and Rice with Sausage is thick and creamy with all the NOLA flavors everyone loves. This recipe is ready to eat in just 20 minutes, making it perfect for busy weeknights! Creamy creole red beans, smoked sausage, cajun seasoning, and trinity are simmered together & served over hot cooked rice. Laissez les bons temps roulez!
A homemade meal doesn't necessarily have to take a long time to put together! Whether you have a full-time job outside the home or you're a stay at home parent, everybody can appreciate the effort you've taken to prepare a hot meal, no matter how much time the meal took to prepare. This quick and easy recipe for red beans and rice is delicious, nutritious, and comforting.
This simple recipe for Red Beans and Rice gets the weeknight shortcut treatment by using canned beans and frozen trinity. I'm firmly of the opinion that using store bought "cheats" should be encouraged if it means you get home cooked dinners on the table more often! These two easy hacks make this dinner a snap to get on the table with very little effort.
One of the ways I make this recipe easy and quick is by using canned red beans. Yes, I said "canned beans," and I am not ashamed! But - just so you know - not just any canned red beans will do. I use Blue Runner Creole Red Beans because they're smooth, creamy, and flavorful. They absolutely make this dish!
I do almost everything the same as you! Blue Runner plus Tony's is THE WAY TO GO! I grew up on Red Beans and Rice Mondays in NOLA as a kid! I add the Krusteaz Honey Butter Cornbread as a side. That crumbled on top with some red wine vinegar......You're done for! Lol. So simple, easy, and totally delish!!!
Made this for dinner tonight cuz its cold outside and was craving red curry and OH MY GOD! So easy so good and so flavourful! I pretty much followed recipe but used soy sauce instead of tamari/coconut aminos and a little bit of date syrup instead of sugar.
Choosing Chia is a blog all about healthy vegetarian recipes that are easy to follow, taste delicious and focus on wholesome ingredients. I started the blog after a spontaneous trip to India where I studied the practice of yoga and wellness.
Wow!! Am I ever happy that the snow kept me from running to the store to get canned enchilada sauce. I cannot believe how yummy, but also how easy this was to make!! I will forever be making it from now on. I doubled the recipe plus I had some beef bone broth opened in the fridge that needed used so replaced that with the water. It turned out amazing!!
Agreed with Rachel, I will never going to purchase another can of enchilada sauce. This recipe was not only easy to made, but it has such a lovely flavor, the enchiladas were delicious,Thank you! 041b061a72