BIG EASY Red Beans & Rice
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Description: The quintessential New Orleans dish, traditionally served on Mondays. Red beans and rice is a delicious and popular Louisiana dish, traditionally served on Mondays using the ham bone left over from the previous Sunday's ham dinner. Red kidney beans are most often used, but many purists feel the flavor is too strong and use the small South Louisiana red beans.
Includes already cooked rice. Just heat and serve. Serves 1.
To further please your palate try adding additional sausage.
Do not thaw. Keep frozen until ready to use.
Due to variations in all microwave ovens and conventional ovens, heating times and/or temperatures may require adjustments, Internal temperatures of product should be 160° F when fully cooked.
Microwave Heating Instructions:
1. Remove bowl from carton. Cut a slit in center of film.
2. Microwave on High for 2 minutes. Remove from Microwave and carefully pull back film and stir (Note: center may be frozen). Re-cover and continue cooking on high for an additional 2 to 3 minutes.
3. Carefully remove protective film (CAUTION: Product will be very hot!). Let stand 1 minute and stir.
Conventional Heating Instructions:
1. DO NOT preheat oven. Remove bowl from carton. Do not remove or pierce protective film.
2. Place bowl on a cookie sheet in the center of the oven rack. Heat at 350° F for 50 minutes.
3. Carefully remove protective film (CAUTION: Product will be very hot!). Let stand 1 minute and stir before serving.
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|Calories from fat||140|
|Cholesterol per unit||11|
|Dietary fiber per unit||18|
|Saturated fat per unit||32|
|Serving per container||1|
|Serving Size||12 oz (340g)|
|Sodium per unit||43|
|Total carbs per unit||11|
|Total fat per unit||23|