Kiki's Rice n Gravy

By Texas Kiki · Oct 4, 2017 · ·
  1. Texas Kiki

    Dash some worcestershire sauce on the meat.
    Sprinkle some seasonings on.

    Get the pan warm...brown the meat real good, no grease/oil added.

    Add onions, garlic and bell pepper....sometimes I throw in a little celery too...this time I did not.
    When you add ^ these 3 sprinkle a spoon of flour and let everything cook down a little.

    Use the veggies to scrap up the browned bits off the pan.
    Add some water and a drop or two of the kitchen bouquet stuff.

    Put the lid on and lower the heat and walk away.
    Let it cook for a good hour or two.
    About 30 minutes before it's done thrown in some potatoes.

    Serve with white rice and I sprinkle cut up pickles on top.

    The main thing it to get the pan good and sticky when browning the meat.

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  1. EggWalrus
    "Excellent Recipe!"
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Jan 9, 2019
    You cook yours nearly identical to the way I make it. I usually use liquid smoke instead of kitchen bouquet, but both are delicious!


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  1. AllenK RGV
    Wow wish I could come over for dinner that looks great and I bet the house smells great while you are cooking it.
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    1. Texas Kiki
      My house smells good every day!
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  2. slatetastic
    Ok, I need a pot like that. I've been watching the cajun ninja chef dude on YouTube and he mainly cooks in a pot like that, but I've never seen any up here in Carolina. Also, thank you for the recipe, I didn't even know we shared recipes. Is there anything not on this amazing website?
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    1. Texas Kiki
      I couldn't recommend this type of pot enough.
      It is a must!
    2. Texas Kiki
      Not cheap but totally worth it.
  3. DwayneNLiz
    that actually looks pretty good! lol
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    1. Texas Kiki
      It's the best!
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