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Hurricane Rice with Shrimp & Sausage, a Cajun-style Quick Supper ♥ On the table in 30 minutes, packed with flavor & protein.
A hearty Cajun-style skillet filled with shrimp, sausage and brown rice cooked in beer, packed with flavor and texture and dinner goodness that'll have you lickin' your chops and thinking about seconds.

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  1. Found you via Tomatilla Paper Chef. Definitely looks deliciously quick and easy for lunch as the name suggest!

  2. Good job! I would be scared to cook with those ingredients and no recipe!

  3. Alanna,

    I just have to love a recipe that begins with "1 tablespoon bacon grease." Also, I really liked the idea of cooking the rice in beer, what kind of beer did you use?

  4. Thanks, all! FYI bacon grease is a "secret ingredient" when a flavor punch is appropriate, so I keep a self-replenishing container in the frig. The beer was a Sam Adams something -- just what was in the frig that seemed better than Budweiser.

  5. This looks great. I definately wouldn't have thought to use beer to cook the rice, but it sounds great and is definately theme appropriate!

  6. I use that method for my brown rice as well. comes out great. I love CI.


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