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Trini Chickpea Curry (12 Pack)

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Channa (Chickpea Curry) is a perfect symbol for the cultural diversity of Trinidad. This bold dish was originally brought to the island by Indian migrants – but over time, local cooks began adding their own twist with regional ingredients like cilantro. Today, Channa is a staple food that is beloved across the island by people of all backgrounds. You can enjoy our delicious chickpeas over a bed of rice or with a hot piece of your favorite flatbread.

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    Diverse Foods With Shared Origins

    From Virginia to Venezuela there are few foods loved more universally than a well-seasoned pot of beans. To keep that love alive, we slow simmer all of our recipes using real, wholesome ingredients and season them according to traditional recipes.

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    Ingredients: Water, Chickpeas, Onions, Spices, Garlic, Avocado Oil, Sea Salt.

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    VEGAN

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    NON-GMO

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    GLUTEN FREE

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    BPA FREE

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    MSG FREE

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    Ready in 60 seconds!

    Ready-to-eat beans. Simply warm in the microwave or on the stove-top, and enjoy!

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    100% plant-based protein, always Non-GMO, and naturally gluten free!

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    Ready in 60 seconds!

    Ready-to-eat beans. Simply warm in the microwave or on the stove-top, and enjoy!

    quality ingredients

    100% plant-based protein, always Non-GMO, and naturally gluten free!

    Authentic Recipes

    Our beans are inspired by traditional recipes from across the Americas.

    Pantry Friendly

    Our beans have a 12-month shelf life and don't require any refrigeration.

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    Authentic Recipes

    Our beans are inspired by traditional recipes from across the Americas.

    Pantry Friendly

    Our beans have a 12-month shelf life and don't require any refrigeration.

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      The beans are super flavorful and very easy to make. Delicious addition to a meal to amp up the health impact or amazing base to build a meal around.

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      Jill B.

      UNITED STATES

    • Five-Star

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      My favorite flavor is the Pinto bean so far. Will be adding this to my weekly dinner rotation!

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      Charlotte

      UNITED STATES

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      I'm always looking for convenient ways to add healthy veg-friendly protein in my diet and this Trini Chickpea Curry is the perfect solution.

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      Margaret

      UNITED STATES

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    “Growing up, our kitchen was a delicious melting pot of Creole, Caribbean, and Latin American cuisine. I started A Dozen Cousins because I want more families to have authentic foods that are delicious and easy to prepare. I named the brand after my daughter, her 11 cousins, and all the great family dinners we enjoy together. Also, it’s really fun to say :)”

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    Ready-to-eat beans. No additional cooking or refrigeration required. Simply warm in the microwave or on the stove-top.

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    08/05/2021
    Cathy B.
    United States United States

    So flavorful

    Tried the chickpeas, so delicious. And I didn't share