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I won grand champion prize at our church's chili fest using this tasty recipe. Quick and easy to make too!

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happywifeofeliud October 12, 2009

What an excellent, unique chili recipe. The BF loves any savory dish that contains fruit, so the pineapple was a selling point for us. I used turkey ham because it was a bit lower fat than the regular and on sale, otherwise, we made this as posted. So delicious! We've made this several times and it's part of our usual rotation now.

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kolleen1021 October 01, 2009

My DH really liked this! Because I am trying to cut down on our sodium, I used 1 cup of dried pinto beans and 1 cup of dried navy beans. I cooked these, then drained the beans, added the rest of the ingredients, and heated through. Thanks for a very good recipe!

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Chris Reynolds January 05, 2009

This was a nice tasting chili, & I liked the combination of pineapple & ham! Served it over a slice of multigrain bread with the cheese! I did divide the chili in half BEFORE adding the pineapple chunks, & added those to only half of the chili! The other half I froze to see how it keep for a few weeks! (Have done the same thing, successfully with a Hawaiian chicken chili recipe that I'd made!) Thanks for sharing! [Made & reviewed for one of my adopted chefs in this Spring's PAC]

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Sydney Mike May 01, 2008
Hawaiian Chili