Charleston Red Rice

By: Mandy Rivers from southyourmouth.com
Charleston Red Rice
Charleston Red Rice
This image courtesy of southyourmouth.com

If you want a dish that’s truly Southern, you’ll end up trying this Charleston Red Rice recipe. Made from Charleston to Savannah, this recipe comes from the descendants of slaves, called the Gullah or the Geechee, depending on the region. What makes this a “red rice” dish is that it’s rice cooked in tomato broth with bacon or another pork product and served as a side dish. With this recipe, you’ll enjoy a rice dish that’s cooked to satisfy and looks so tempting that even people who don’t like rice will have a second look.
 

Serves8

Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time1 hr

Cooking MethodOven, Sauteeing

Easy

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