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Few dishes in the Cajun cuisine line-up are as favored, grounding and reminiscent of home as a hearty bowl of red beans and rice. It’s simple, showcases the quality texture and flavor of the red bean and works incredibly well with a wide variety of proteins. Traditionally, red beans and rice is prepared with andouille sausage. However, this recipe features the bold flavors of slow-cooked red beans, bay leaf, paprika and garlic that meld with the richness of canned venison, which when browned serves as an excellent flavor base for red beans. This dish is not only a feast for the senses but also a celebration of the wild spirit within us. A true Cajun wild game recipe that will transport you to the heart of the bayou while keeping you well-fueled for your next outdoor adventure.
Time to Make: 1.5 hour + 12 hours soaking time
Also Works With: Canned wild pork, elk, moose
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