5 Reviews

I liked the sweet pineapple in this bean dish and preferred a bit more cayenne. I wanted more sauce and found coconut milk to be an excellent addition.

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dotsdotter December 15, 2009

This is a great recipe! I actually found it on another site and was going to add it here - but found it's already here. I made it exactly according to the recipe and wouldn't change a thing. Delicious and very very healthy.

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Frankie&Johnny July 20, 2009

Awesome! Instead of fresh tomatoes I used a can of diced tomatoes. My husband doesn't like chickpeas so I used a blend of pinto, kidney, and black beans instead. It was so delicious! It made great left-overs too! Great recipe!

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CarsieQ September 11, 2008

This dish has a delightful and very different taste. The lime keeps it from being too sweet, and you can't even tell it's so healthy :-). I've found that I like it better with boiled whole spelt than with rice, the rice almost makes the taste too bland.

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Regitze August 19, 2008

It's a keeper even with the two changes that I had to make. First I used Pinto and Kidney because that bag of Chickpeas that has in my way forever vanished. Next I didn't use the Cayenne. I used Tabasco Sauce. Why? The Cayenne must have been hiding with the Chickpeas. Extremely addicting flavor and adjusted very very well to the crockpot also.

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drhousespcatcher April 14, 2007
Calypso Pineapple Bean Pot