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Dirty Rice Recipe Made with Turkey Sausage

Updated on December 16, 2016
Dirty Rice Recipe with Turkey Sausage
Dirty Rice Recipe with Turkey Sausage

Dirty Rice Made with Brown Rice

Ingredients

  1. Celery
  2. Brown Rice
  3. Red Bell Pepper
  4. Green Bell Pepper
  5. Parsley Leaves
  6. Chicken Broth, 1 can
  7. Cajun Seasoning
  8. Butter, Land O'Lakes
  9. Seasoning Salt, Lawry's
  10. Turkey Polish Sausage
  11. (optional) Red Beans, 1 cup

Brown Rice Recipe
Brown Rice Recipe

Benefits of Brown Rice

Brown Rice - High in fiber compared to white rice, and contains vitamin B-6. Brown rice is a great source of fiber for people that don't want to gain weight when eating rice recipes. Fiber prevents constipation, and vitamin B-6 assists with allowing serotonin in the brain which helps the body to calm nerves.

Benefits of Red Bell Peppers - Has fiber components which is great for the digestive system. And the red bell pepper contains vitamin C and vitamin A. This pepper assists with people that want to have better night vision due to the vitamin A content in the red bell pepper. Also the benefits of red bell peppers is that they have lycopene that is excellent for fighting against cancers.

Benefits of Green Bell Peppers - This pepper has antioxidant properties which is good for helping your stomach of unneeded bacteria. And the green bell pepper is high in vitamin C that is known for helping to build a strong immune system that fights against common cold symptoms, sinus, etc.

Benefits of Parsley - Is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory herb that helps to reduce inflammation caused by osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Parsley assists with reducing inflammation in the bone-joints. Also benefits of parsley can help strengthen the bones due vitamin K found in parsley.

Green Bell Pepper and Red Bell Pepper
Green Bell Pepper and Red Bell Pepper
Benefits of Parsley
Benefits of Parsley

Dirty Rice Recipe INSTRUCTIONS

Boil the brown rice in 1 can of chicken broth mixed with the same amount of water; add 2 branches of sliced celery to the brown rice as it boils in a pot. While the brown rice is boiling for about 30 minutes, slice and cook the turkey sausage on medium heat for 10-15 minutes in a skillet with 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil.

Boil in another pot ¾ of a sliced green bell pepper and a red bell pepper. (Optional) if you're adding 1 cup of red beans to the dirty rice recipe cook them for about 35-45 minutes, and then mix with the brown rice.

Begin adding 1 teaspoon of Cajun seasoning to the finished brown rice, then sprinkle some Parsley leaves into the rice; also add ½ or 1 whole stick of Land O'Lakes butter to the brown rice. Now begin slightly mixing everything that's in the rice pot together so that the butter melts sparingly. (You can use fresh parsley leaves or dried parsley flakes).

Add the sliced turkey sausage into the brown rice pot and mix everything together, including ½ teaspoon of Lawry's seasoning salt, and the 1 cup of red beans if you choose to add it to your dirty rice recipe.

Now you're "Dirty Rice Recipe with Turkey Sausage" is ready to serve, a delicious meal your family will remember.

Enjoy!

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    • Ann810 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ann810 

      5 years ago from Sunny Cali

      Hi, I agree the name Dirty Rice Recipe is an interesting name for a recipe. Thank you I'm glad for your comment.

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      Chitrangada Sharan 

      5 years ago from New Delhi, India

      I was curious about the recipe name, 'dirty rice' and it turned out to be a nice nutritious recipe.

      Thanks for sharing!

    • Ann810 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ann810 

      5 years ago from Sunny Cali

      Hi, this recipe is called Dirty Rice Recipe due to all the ingredients added to the rice, instead of just plain white rice without these ingredients. Thank you for your interest in this recipe.

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      Susan 

      5 years ago from India

      Interesting recipe and I would love to try it out. I wonder why it is called Dirty rice? Thank you for sharing.

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