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Recipe: Red Beans and Rice from Hillshire Farm

Smoked sausage, kidney beans, and lots of herbs and spices in a rich broth make a quick and delicious weeknight meal.

Red Beans And Rice From Hillshire Farm Ingredients

  • 1 (14 ounce) package Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage

  • 1 onion, chopped

  • 1 green bell pepper, seeded, chopped

  • cup chopped celery

  • 2 cloves garlic, minced

  • 2 (15.5 ounce) cans kidney beans, rinsed, drained

  • 1 (14 ounce) can chicken broth

  • teaspoon dried oregano

  • teaspoon dried thyme

  • 1 bay leaf

  • 2 teaspoons hot pepper sauce, or to taste

  • 3 cups Hot cooked long-grain white rice

  • 1 sprig Chopped fresh parsley

How to Make Red Beans And Rice From Hillshire Farm

  1. Cut sausage into 1/2-inch slices. Heat a 5 to 6-quart pan over medium-high heat for 3 minutes. Add sausage, onion, green pepper, celery and garlic; cook, stirring occasionally, 5-6 minutes or until vegetables are tender.

  2. Stir in kidney beans, chicken broth, oregano, thyme and bay leaf. Bring to a boil; reduce heat to medium and cook 12-15 minutes or until slightly thickened. Add hot sauce to taste.

  3. Remove bay leaf and serve over hot cooked rice. Sprinkle with chopped parsley if desired.

Red Beans And Rice From Hillshire Farm Nutritions

  • Calories: 475.3 calories

  • Carbohydrate: 52.8 g

  • Cholesterol: 43 mg

  • Fat: 20 g

  • Fiber: 11.1 g

  • Protein: 19.4 g

  • SaturatedFat: 7.2 g

  • ServingSize:

  • Sodium: 1255.4 mg

  • Sugar: 1.9 g

  • TransFat:

  • UnsaturatedFat:

Red Beans And Rice From Hillshire Farm Reviews

  • This recipes is totally yummy The flavor of the herbs in this dish is spot on. Made for a great, late night fast dish when you have the munchies. And trust, it was totally filling.

  • YES and love it

  • Hillshire Red Beans & Rice Haiku: "Its quick and easy, but the taste was just alright. Glad to have tried it" Unlike some sponsored recipes where I use different brands here or there, I did have Hillshire smoked sausage (which I do like), and w/o it, this recipe wouldve been really /yawn. I browned the sausage longer than 5-6 min (b4 adding the other veggies) b/c we like it brown and crispy. We definitely had to add more hot sauce when I served it, along w/ salt too, b/c it wasnt all that flavorful. I wouldve added at least 1 tsp. of Cajun seasoning while it was "thickening" (which incidentally, it never did - it remained watery, but at least the rice we poured it over absorbed all the liquid) had I thought that it wouldnt be great as-is.

  • This was good but needed a great deal more pizzazz for us.

  • I used Tomato sauce instead of the Hot sauce and added 3 different color beans: red Kidney, white beans, and Pinto beans with 1 1/2 pound of smoked sausage

  • It was very good - added Old Bay seasoning and tomato paste then added the cooked rice to the whole thing in a big bowl so people could scoop it out. Made this the side dish to jerk chicken - lots of spice and hot sauce. Leftovers made with the jerk chicken mixed in with it and a side salad.

  • It was just ok. It never thickened, so it was runny. My family doesnt want me to make it again.

  • It wasnt favorable enough for us so I added a can of pured Rotel tomatoes with green chilis - Will definitely make again with this addition. Also recommend garlic salt.

  • This one is a keeper Followed the recipe almost exactly. I have a small garden out back and only had one small Bell pepper, so I added a Sandia and Havasu pepper with the Bell. I also make my own homemade hot sauce (from one of the recipes on this site), and thats what I used for the hot pepper sauce. The wife loved it and I loved it Will be making it again soon.

  • I had to make a couple substitutions because I didnt have a green pepper or an onion, but I did have a frozen bag of sliced green peppers, red peppers and onion( I threw them in a colander and rain some water over them to quickly defrost) I also didnt have hot sauce but I had read another review and they used Cajun seasoning I put in a half a teaspoon. This was very yummy and I will definitely make it again Husband loved it too Also the sauce never thickened for me but it was over rice so it was fine ( when I reheated leftovers I just added more chicken broth-my husband likes stuff saucey so this worked out well)

  • This was delicious I used local kielbasa and added much more spice (We like it zippy) Added 1/2 can of fire roasted tomatoes and a bit of cumin plus extra garlic. I let it simmer a bit to thicken up and served over garlic rice Super easy and quick meal for the weeknight

  • Ive been making this recipe for years instead of the hot sauce I add a teaspoon of cayenne.

  • Substituted smoked venison kielbasa. Anything with beans and rice works for my family

  • The only changes I made was to add more celery since we like it and use yellow pepper since it is mild.

  • Big hit at our house Left out the thyme and parsley, but we didnt miss it Very filling.

  • Tried it with pinto beans. I needed to soak them longer. Otherwise it had a lot of flavor. Im definitely making it again.

  • The only changes I made was one can of pinto beans , because I had only one can of red beans. The other change was one teaspoon of cajun seasoning in lieu of the seasoning called for. It was a good, quick meal. I will definitely make again. Thank You Hillshire.

  • I made as directed but rounded the tsp of each spice and added 3/4 tsp cumin and a tsp of cajun seasoning because we like our food to bite back. It thickened up, but thats because I let it simmer with the lid off for longer than the recipe called for. It doesnt hurt the ingredients to do so and gives the seasonings time to blend. I had 1 can of kidney beans so I substituted in 1 can of black beans, and also used 1/2 pound of sausage for personal preference, cutting each slice in half. It was delicious

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