Red Beans and Rice are a favorite comfort food served throughout Louisiana. Here, we will give this dish a little Basque flair. A similar dish hails from the Basque town of Tolosa, where the “alubiada” is a typical dish during the late fall and winter harvest season with fresh pork products and a new crop of dried red beans. As such, we will be substituting the traditional kidney beans with Alubias de Tolosa beans. These beans have thin skins, a creamy texture, and yield a sweet, dark liquor.
We will be par cooking the red beans to ensure their flavors fully develop. The beans and sausage are served traditionally over over hot cooked rice.
Time to Cook: 30 min.
Cook by Day: Monday
Items included (serves 2)
Alubias de Tolosa Beans
Long Grain Rice
*Menu items subject to slight variation based on the availability of fresh ingredients; Picture is not necessarily representative of final dish
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