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New Orleans Dirty Rice

By: David from The Spiced Blog
New Orleans Dirty Rice
New Orleans Dirty Rice
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Now you can get a little taste of Louisiana anytime with this recipe for New Orleans Dirty Rice. This delicious Cajun dirty rice recipe will have you dancing in the streets in no time. Packed with flavor, this is one recipe that is sure to delight. This New Orleans-style dirty rice recipe is made with tons of yummy ingredients like andouille sausage, onions, bell pepper, chili powder, scallions, chicken broth and of course, long-grain brown rice. Add more seasoning with salt, pepper, and minced garlic, and you'll have a dish worthy of a Mardi Gras-level celebration.

Notes

If andouille sausage is not available in your area, simply substitute a spicy style sausage instead.

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Having never heard of Dirty Rice before I just had to try this recipe! Then I saw the word Cajun which usually means it is going to be FABULOUS and I was absolutely right. The flavors are delightful plus one can dial up the heat by adding more or less chili or cayenne. Enjoy!

I really like this version of dirty rice. Johnsonville makes a good Andouille sausage, but we're able to also get a good version at Fresh Market as well. I prefer using white rice rather than brown rice for dishes like this just because the blandness of the white rice doesn't compete with the other flavors in the dish. This is great to have with a beer.

Dirty rice is a great dish. This has so much flavor. It also makes a ton so bring your appetite. They now sell chicken andouille sausage as well as the pork variety. I like the chicken kind, but either packs good, bold flavor. It is not for anyone that hates spicy.

Mardi Gras is upon us and what better way to celebrate than with this delicious New Orleans Dirty Rice recipe. The aroma of these rich flavors cooking is absolutely intoxicating. This is truly a hardy, satisfying dinner that is perfect for enjoying with your family on Fat Tuesday, I know I'll be enjoying it with mine.

I love Cajun spices. I love rice too and I have never put the two together so I am going to enjoy this recipe. I have no idea what andouille sausage is but I am sure I could chorizo. I can't wait to try this one it certainly looks delectable.

This dish is very much like paella, only, this one has more sausage, sausage and sausage. And they want to use the andouille sausage, a type of sausage made of smoked pork, mixed with pepper, onions, garlic and wine. Sounds so flavorful, sounds so delicious.

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