Drrrty Rice

In my pantry today:

  • 2 Hot Italian Sausages
  • Can-o-beans (red)
  • Yellow onion
  • Clove of garlic
  • Vegetable ghee
  • Basmati Rice
  • 1tbsp chicken broth
  • Cayenne pepper

So. Dice half a large yellow onion and 2/3 clove of garlic up real fine and let them simmer in 1tsp of ghee on medium for about ten minutes. During this lost time between you and the stove-top, go ahead and get your rice soaking, rinse your can-o-beans and remove the skin from your two uncooked sausages. Then smoosh the contents into the pan. Cook for what seems like forever until the sausages are well cooked-n-crumbled. Add the beans and stir until coated, at which point you wanna toss in that tbsp of broth and cover. Turn the heat off and let it sit until your rice is ready (you did remember to actually cook that, right?). Once the rice has cooked and cooled a moment in the uncovered air, fluff it gently and stir in your delicious frying pan contents. Mix it up, study your cajun accent (or just go ahead and be an offensive stereotype about it. In fact, just go whole hog and marry Italian and Cajun dialects on this one.) and enjoy! 

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