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Easy Coconut Rice and Black-Eyed Peas

Rated as 3.36 out of 5 Stars
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"Inspired by the Caribbean, this recipe uses coconut milk to add flavor to beans and rice. Add a little zing to a healthy brown rice!"
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Ingredients

45 m servings 249
Original recipe yields 5 servings

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 249 calories; 6.3 41.4 7.4 0 267 Full nutrition

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I'm from the Caribbean and this recipe is incomplete - that's why it tasted awful. Firstly it would have tasted better with red kidney beans. The beans needs to be half cooked first, then add th...

Most helpful critical review

It smell really good but was pretty boring. I even added coconut flakes to it.

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I'm from the Caribbean and this recipe is incomplete - that's why it tasted awful. Firstly it would have tasted better with red kidney beans. The beans needs to be half cooked first, then add th...

It smell really good but was pretty boring. I even added coconut flakes to it.

This recipe is great, I added salt and pepper along with some chives and loved it. I served it alongside some jerk chicken for a perfect meal!

this recipe leaves much to be desired. it needs spices and fresh not canned peas or beans.

It was okay - kinda sweetish, but very little flavor.

Smelled good but didn't taste like much.

Quick and easy. I used this as a side with some vegan jamaican patties and callaloo and a rundown that I had all prepared from scratch so such a nice and easy side was great.

Simple and yummy.

I make a lot of different rice side dishes and this one so far has been the family favorite. I also added salt and pepper to taste (which should be a given) and I pretty much eyeballed the coco...