- 2 cups brown rice (Della Rice)
- 1 red beans (150z can)
- 1 chopped tomatoes (140z can)
- 6 garlic cloves (chopped)
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 2 teaspoons turmeric powder
- 2 teaspoons thyme
- 2 teaspoons cumin powder
- 1 1/2 teaspoons celtic salt
- 4 cups hot water
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Maura 3 months ago
Really tasty, super easy
Lady T 4 months ago
Delicious I cooked my rice with chicken broth for added flavor!
Jennifer 4 months ago
This was so easy and so tasteful!! Great for breakfast burritos as well
Sandy 4 months ago
Pretty good stuff! I added chorizo sausage for a meat,
Erica 5 months ago
Its okay. But not enough flavor for my taste.
Jeremy Keeton 6 months ago
ok but not a rice cooker fan
Nigel Byles 6 months ago
The least accurate reproduction of a great dish
Finn Turnbull 6 months ago
Good buc could use some more flavour
Darya Mowlavi 8 months ago
Good for the kids and I
Olivia 10 months ago
Had to cook the beans and rice separately as I don't have a rice cooker, but it turned out okay. Bit disappointed that it's not more flavoursome, but an easy, quick dinner.
Milla 10 months ago
the rice didn't have as much flavor as i thought it would have but it was super easy to make and still yummy.
Henney a year ago
easy, fast, delicious! Will use again.
Jean a year ago
it was delicious and simple to make
Dominique H. a year ago
So easy and delicious! The whole family loved it :)
Constance a year ago
Great.! I used two cans of beans, used brown rice and added a chopped green chili. Since I didn’t have a rice cooker I used a pot and cooked on the stove. It took longer to cook with the brown rice and I needed to add water since it did stick some. Love how simple this was and had all the ingredients on hand. I will be making again!!
Trina a year ago
Substituted canola oil for coconut oil and did not have a rice cooker so I cooked rice separate then threw everything into a large frying pan with the garlic. Added 2 tablespoons of Jamaican Curry Powder and my family absolutely loved it! Will definitely be making again!
Tracy 2 years ago
First, let me start by saying cooking is not my strength. I transitioned to a whole food plant-based diet a while back and am searching for ways to spice up my foods. This recipe was super easy to follow. This rice is very flavorful, but Caribbean is not the taste I would use to describe it. There are Caribbean spices used which gives it a good flavor. Some adjustments I made: I used my Instant Pot to make this recipe. I also used Lundberg Organic Brown Rice so it took a little more time, about 40 minutes. I soaked my brown rice overnight and used dry red beans. I don't cook with oil so I sauteed the garlic in water. Also, I only used 5 garlic cloves. The thyme taste is a little much for me so next time I will use 1 tsp. Since I batch cook, this will last me all week. It is a dish I will keep in my rotation.
Patterson 2 years ago
It was great!! I loved the rice😋
Jade J. 2 years ago
It was good. Didn't taste "Caribbean" but I enjoyed it!
Kevin Shute 2 years ago
Slightly bland, but a good source of beans, turmeric and cumin. Kids didn't much care for it.
Anna Abendroth 2 years ago
Good it was yummy will make again
Victoria M. 2 years ago
So good! I didn't have garlic cloves so I subbed garlic powder (1/8 tsp for each clove). Still turned out great! So good with franks hot sauce on top♥️♥️ will make again! My rice cooker wasn't big enough for all the liquid so I cooked it in a pot.
Hey Magda 2 years ago
This was a last minute meal and I had all the ingredients in my cabinet . It was delicious and my guys really enjoyed it!
Tierney B. 3 years ago
Absolutely fabulous! The rice is brimming with flavor and 2 minutes into cooking I can already smell the rice! I made it in an instant pot and adjusted the recipe to that. Also I did not use salt and it still came out wonderfully.
Brian M. 3 years ago
Then I thought to myself, beans in a rice cooker. Impossible 🤔. It was a delicious meal. Cooks fast, easy to prepare and healthy.
Laura P. 3 years ago
Very good! I added a little red cayenne pepper to up the heat factor. Delicious, easy, and so cheap! It made a ton, so I had lots of leftovers, which was awesome. This can be made in the crockpot as well, but your rice will come out very mushy and it will take about 4 hours. I recommend using a rice cooker, or cooking it on the stovetop.