12 Servings (1/2 cup servings)
Amount Per Serving
Total Fat 0.0 g
Saturated Fat 0.0 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.0 g
Monounsaturated Fat 0.0 g
Cholesterol 0.0 mg
Sodium 198.7 mg
Potassium 20.9 mg
Total Carbohydrate 13.1 g
Dietary Fiber 0.5 g
Sugars 0.1 g
Protein 1.4 g
Do you know where the mix “Cajun Dirty Rice” originated? Dirty rice is such a popular dish here in the south, and every family seems to have a similar recipe. It is a traditional Cajun dish that is made from white rice cooked with your choice of something dark that gives it its “dirty” color. The mix that we carry is so super simple and is a favorite of many. This is an easy meal that many of us take camping, to the beach, to the lake, etc. because it feeds many, easy to make, requires few ingredients, and everyone loves it!
This mix is amazing and one of our favorites. Made it last week and used diced up pork chops; it was great.
Dena Thompson from Channelview, TX
LOVE LOVE LOVE this one, if you haven't tried it, I highly suggest you do, YUMMY!!!
Debra O’Brien from Brockton, MA
The Cajun Dirty Rice is filling enough to be a meal. I used Jimmy Dean pork sausage (I think any will do, but this was easily available at our local grocery store), and while browning it used a fork to break it into crumbles. The pork sausage quickly becomes sausage patties if you don't watch it in the initial stages of browning it. I only let it get just barely brown, drained the grease (very little in this instance), then added the mix, beef broth, margarine, and water. It doesn't take long to come to a boil. I used a very deep skillet, and I think that a wok would probably work really well.
Robin Pottorff from Marysville, PA
I am not usually a fan of Cajun food but I really like this rice!!
from Manchester, NH
Representative’s comments at an arts and craft show:
Full Name: Regina Kiddy
City, State: Poca, WV
Customer Feedback: Everyone loved how easy things were to make. The guys enjoyed the Dirty Rice.
Dirty Rice Stuffed Peppers
4 large red pepper, tops cut and cleaned out
1 pkg Cajun Dirty Rice
1 lb ground sausage
2 cups tomato sauce
2 cups water
In a sautee pan, brown the sausage until cooked, set aside. In another pan combine water and rice package. Bring to a boil until par-cooked and 1/3 of the water is absorbed. Add in the sausage. Take your cleaned peppers and fill them with the rice mixture. Place in a shallow baking dish and add 1/2 the sauce to the dish. Some on the bottom and some over the peppers. Bake at 375 for 30 minutes, tented with foilor until rice is cooked and pepper have softened some.
Serve with a side salad and cornbread for a warm hearty dinner.
By Roberta Whalen from Wallingford, CT
Gift Ideas Using This Mix:
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