Red Beans and Rice with Ground Beef

South Louisiana Beef and Beans
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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
3 ribs Celery chopped
1 Onion medium, chopped
2 Green bell pepper chopped
2 tbsp Garlic minced
¼ cup Olive oil butter or bacon fat work too
2 tsp Cajun seasoning
1 lb Ground Beef
4 cans Kidney beans
1 (14 oz) package Sausages beef
2 cups Chicken broth or beef
8 cups Cooked rice white or mixed white and brown

Nutritional information

575
calories
25g
fat
53g
carbohydrates
34,1g
protein
84mg
cholesterol
1062mg
sodium
Ingredients

Red Beans and Rice with Ground Beef

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This Red Beans and Rice with Ground Beef is another Mardi Gras inspired recipe following the color palette design of green, gold for power and justice with a traditional Southern Louisiana twist. A dish that is hearty and filling and something that the whole family will enjoy, from newborn to great grandmother alike. This is a popular dinner in so many households! 

To make Red Beans and Rice with Ground Beef, you will need the following ingredients:

Red Beans and Rice with Ground Beef Recipe-Homemade Red Beans and Rice with Ground Beef-Delicious Red Beans and Rice with Ground Beef

Steps to make Red Beans and Rice with Ground Beef

1
Done
3

Cook vegetables

In a heavy bottomed 4-quart pot over medium heat, heat bacon fat, butter or oil and add 1 chopped, medium onion, 2 chopped green bell peppers, 2 tablespoons of minced garlic, and 3 chopped celery ribs, cook until soft.

2
Done
5

Add ground beef

Add 1 lb of ground beef and continue cooking until browned.

3
Done
2

Add beans and flavoring

Add 4 cans of kidney beans, 2 cups of broth and 2 teaspoons of Cajun seasoning. Bring everything to a boil and then reduce heat to simmer.

4
Done
30

Add sausages

Cut 1 package of beef sausages into bits and add to the pot. Simmer for about 30 minutes.

5
Done

Serve

Serve red beans and ground beef over hot rice! Enjoy!

Mardi Gras style Red Beans and Rice with Ground Beef is a guaranteed new favorite once you give it a try. Let us know when you attempt our recipes and which ones you enjoy making the most. Tag #cookmerecipes in your own blogs online!

Jeff is a 38-year-old bachelor who prefers not to waste his time on salads and light meals. He’s a true carnivore who knows how to enjoy food to the max! Jeff will tell you how to cook rich and filling meals from scratch, bringing some real meaty decadence to your kitchen. His recipes are sure to satisfy every meat lover!

Recipe Reviews

Average Rating:
(4.9)
Total Reviews: 11
Cassie Guin

Loved every bite of this red beans and beef meal, it's kinda spicy but not too much that you can't handle.

Brisa Maceyko

Too spicy for me but my husband gobbled the whole thing up quickly haha.

Nellie Beckstrand

Great with some black bread or even cheesy garlic bread if you have time to make it.

Maryjane Jedziniak

Delicious and easy to make, it takes a bit of time but totally worth it.

Eisley Bismark

Instead of rice I made it with pasta, tasted a lot better in my opinion.

Nathalie Kaczkowski

Had it cold for lunch at work today and everyone wanted to know the ingridents after getting a whiff of it from the microwave lol.

Raylynn Hoffstadt

Whoops, used vegetable oil instead of olive oil but luckily it still tasted amazing.

Lorena Klauser

Fantastic beef bowl honestly obessing with the flavors.

Emerald Toay

Thanks again for another perfect recipe Jeff I love all you make and can't wait to see more stuff from you pal.

Emerald Toay

Dodged the beef and went with ground pork it soaked in the flavor a lot more than the beef did when I first made it, I'd say go with pork instead.

Athina

Well done! Verified!

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