Crowning Condiments We Put On Our Red Beans!!!

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Posted on June 23, 2011 at 1:39 PM

Maybe Yankees can eat beans plain-like! In fact, maybe even folks living north of LaPlace, east of Pearl River, and west of Covington can eat their beans unadorned! But if you were born and raised in the Crescent City and you religiously had your red beans and rice every Monday, they you had a secret and specialized topping, a crowning touch, that you added to the plate minutes before the first bite. Check out the list below and see if your favorite ingredient is on my list!


Liquid smoke
Sliced green onions
Ketchup
Tabasco
Mayonnaise
Diced Ma Brown pickles
Louisiana Hot Sauce
Diced raw white onions
Vinegar
Juice from pickled onions
Olive oil
Homemade pickled onions
Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce
Minced jalapeno peppers
Yellow mustard
Holland Onions
Chopped fresh hot peppers
Dill relish
Creole mustard
Italian salad dressing
Sweet pickle relish
Scoops from Rotel Tomatoes
Vinegar-based slaw
Rotel tomatoes
Finely diced white onions
1 Tbsp. Blue Plate mayonnaise
Banana peppers (minced)
Shredded cheddar cheese
Chopped Vidalia onions
Raw spinach + pearl onions
Canned chili con carne
Slice of chocolate cake
Pickle juice
Cocktail onions
Chopped kosher dill pickles
Granular sugar
Pepper vinegar
Chili powder
Jalapeno juice
Melted butter
Extra-softened peanut butter
White vinegar
Banana (½ mashed)
Diced kosher baby dills
Vinegar from Crystal Pickled Peppers
Shredded American cheese
A splash of Tiger Sauce
Diced homemade pickled onions
Chow Chow
Pace Piquante Sauce

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