Original recipe yields 7 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Definately good but a little salty so I made these changes: In step 1, I used two cans of undrained beans and 1 1/2 cups of water with a ham hock. I omitted the salt altogether and substituted ...
This is very good, my son says better than Popeye's. I used dried red beans so the ham hock would cook throughly and left out the lard because my husband has heart disease
Excellent all in all. Always good to see people who aren't afraid of good ol' fashioned lard. I read another review claiming this recipe was too salty. Probably because it uses canned beans. ...
This is terrific! If you like New Orleans red beans & rice, you'll love this. I couldn't bring myself to include the lard so just omitted it but I followed the rest of recipe and my family love...
This was very good, especially for someone like me who's not a meat eater and needs to find alternative protein sources. I didn't have any lard on hand so I used olive oil. Thanks Jackie!
Excellent. A friend visited me from Panama many years ago, and she gave me this recipe, almost to a T.I loved i then and I love it now...Thanks.
Followed the recipe w/o ham and used a lean pork which was shredded. Turned out amazing. Thanks for the idea.
These are pretty good but could use a bit more spice. I used some shredded pork for the meat & made a pot of red beans, which were well seasoned. When you puree them in the food processor they...