Dirty Rice is a Cajun dish that will surely please the palate.
This native Louisianan dish is a blend of ground beef, sausage, rice,
bell pepper, onion and spices.
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The recipe has been a long time coming. I have been cooking my dirty rice the lazy way for years, but not anymore!
Typically, I used Zatarain’s dirty rice mix to cook my dirty rice. It is a great alternative to cooking the dirty rice from scratch; especially when time is limited and dinner needs to be done asap.
Sometimes we just get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life and end up cooking more from a box than necessary.
I still work a 9-5 so a definitely know how it feels to want to get dinner done and out of the kitchen after a long day’s work.
That’s why our version of dirty rice was made as seamless as possible.
If you have leftover white rice, half of your work is done. I browned the bell pepper and onion with my meat.
It’s just easier that way and you would sauté the veggies in a little oil anyway, so why not just let the oil from the meat do the work.
You will need:
- Ground beef
- Ground sausage
- Cooked white rice
- Green bell pepper
- Yellow onion
- Tony Chachere’s creole seasoning
- Lawry’s seasoned salt
Steps to make this recipe:
In a large skillet, add ground beef and sausage. Add onion and bell pepper to skillet.
Add the creole seasoning and seasoned salt. Cook the meat until brown.
Once the meat is brown, remove from the skillet, drain the excess oil and reserve.
Return meat mixture to skillet and add cooked rice. Return the oil to the pan and mix.
Mix well and add additional creole seasoning/seasoned salt if necessary.
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- 1 lb of ground beef
- 1/2 lb of ground sausage
- 3-4 c of cooked white rice
- 1/2 c of bell pepper
- 1/2 c of yellow onion
- 1 tbsp of Tony Chacere's creole seasoning
- 2 tsps of Lawry's seasoned salt
- In a large skillet, add ground beef and sausage.
- Add onion and bell pepper to skillet.
- Add creole seasoning and seasoned salt.
- Cook meat until brown.
- Once meat is brown, remove from skillet, drain the excess oil and reserve.
- Return meat mixture to skillet and add cooked rice.
- Return the oil to the pan and mix.
- Mix well and add additional creole seasoning/seasoned salt if necessary.
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