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Great! Easy to make and a very refreshing combination of flavors. Picked up a fresh pineapple at the store, chopped some pieces and wasn't sure what to do with the rest, so did a 'Zaar search. I served with a pan fried ham steak, white rice and some steamed brocc. Yum!
Served this with fresh mahi mahi and it was super!
I used canned pineapple for this but it still came out pretty good. I had never used chipotles in adobo before. They pack quite a kick, don't they? I may have to cut down on it the next time because I am such a wimp when it comes to spicy. I served it with Shrimp Fajitas. Thanks for posting such a great recipe!
This was pretty good - I used a small tray of pre-cut fresh pineapple. My husband didn't care for it though and it makes alot! Next time I'll try halving it.
This is amazing! All I could find were red and orange mini sweet peppers (I was assuming that "sweet red pepper" did not mean "red bell pepper", but perhaps I was wrong) so I used two red and one orange and the flavor is lovely. The tart sweetness of fresh pineapple and the hot/smoky flavor of the chipotle blended wonderfully, brightened by the zing of the peppers and onions. I served it with a big bag of tortilla chips.
Delicious! I served this with pan-fried red snapper and some mashed potatoes. It was light and tangy and really lifted the fish. I wasn't sure just how much pineapple to use, so I went with about 1 cup for a half-batch of this recipe. The chipotles added a wonderful smokey taste. Don't miss them out!