Updated: Jan 4
As I was putting up the Christmas Tree (my wife wanted it up since we will be away the first week of November), I started thinking about the holidays. This recipe is one that I make for every family event. I will get to see my family this weekend at my first book signing. This will be my last recipe for a couple of weeks. I will try to post from my events of the coming weekend.
Dirty Rice, or Rice Dressing, is a tradition on most holiday tables.
In my family, we always had dirty rice on the holiday table. I was very
fortunate a few years ago. My brother, Ken, found something that he
thought I would like to have. It was the pan that my mom made her
dirty rice in. It brings back good memories every time I use that pan.
1 pound Ground Chuck
6 cups Cooked Rice
½ cup Green Onions chopped
3 tablespoons Creole Seasoning Blend
2 cups Chicken Stock or Broth
Brown ground meat over medium heat. Drain Fat. Add the green
onions and cook until soft. Add rice and mix well. Add Creole
seasoning and mix well. Add stock or broth and cook until it is all