John's Creole Red Beans

  • terry311 Posted: 02/18/09
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    I actually have not made this recipe, and I never will. I am from NOLA, & believe me, no one from there puts tomatoes in their red beans. And the sauce should be a thick, red, creamy sauce (from smashing the beans on the side of the pot when you stir), they should not look like this picture. YUCK!

  • DonnaFlaim Posted: 03/02/09
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    I made this for FAT TUESDAY this year and I though it was good. Although I added a few ingredients to spice it up. Like Hot sauce. It was also great as a left over the next day!

  • foxdox Posted: 01/29/11
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    My friend made this and invited me to join her. It was very good, but it would have been excellent if she had used small red beans instead or kidney beans.

  • LibrarianLisa Posted: 10/16/10
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    I made this recipe for my family adding twice as much pepper as called for and 1/2 teaspoon of cayenne--every one in my family RAVED about it. We had it again for lunch, and I believe it's even better the second day! This is a really good recipe--very yummy.

  • 47kitten Posted: 02/28/11
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    Good basic recipe. However, I am from Louisiana, and I would never add tomatoes to a Red Beans and rice dish. I also prefer to use small red beans, not the huge kidney bean.

  • Melodae Posted: 03/07/11
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    Cajun Red Beans and Rice does NOT use kidney beans. This is so wrong.

  • Dominogurlz Posted: 05/13/11
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    There are nicer ways to critique a recipe. Rudeness (Yuck..really?) is not becoming. Pointing out what you would do differently is fine, being mean is simply uncalled for.

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