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Portia de Rossi Reveals Ellen's Favorite Vegan DishPortia de Rossi Reveals Ellen's Favorite Vegan Dish

Portia de Rossi Reveals Ellen's Favorite Vegan Dish

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It’s no secret that married duo Portia de Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres love their vegan diet. They’ve inspired all sorts of individuals to follow in their plant-based footsteps, and now you can too by cooking up Ellen’s favorite vegan dish.

In a recent interview with Parade, de Rossi revealed that her wife’s favorite vegan dish is red beans and rice, “We [de Rossi and Ellen] go to our farm, light a fire in our cabin, and cook together. Ellen’s favorite dish is red beans and rice, so we make that a lot. Any night on our farm is lovely.”

The “Arrested Development” actress didn’t stop there, as she also provided the recipe for others to enjoy. Not only does the dish contain red beans and rice, but it is filled with all sorts of flavors including “apple sausage,” “Italian sausage,” garlic, thyme and many others.

No surprise here, but the recipe was crafted by Ellen’s personal vegan chef, Roberto Martin. It sure sounds delicious!

To try it yourself, head on over to Parade and get cooking.

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