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Caribbean Red Peas Soup.

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5 Responses to “Caribbean Red Peas Soup.”

  1. Francoise says:

    Hi Chris

    My sister and I are planning to cook this soup for lunch at church and I wondered if you could advise on the correct quantities if we’re looking to feed around 80 people..?

  2. Toykia says:

    I’m making the soup now. Unfortunately for me I could not find salted pigs tail, only pigs feet. I hope the soups turns out good.

  3. Suzanne says:

    Whenever I want to make a Caribbean dish, I follow your wonderful recipes. Your dishes always looks so fresh. Most others look like slop. I also love that you pretty much use the sme basic herbs and ingredients in all of your recipes. I’m working on making the Red Kidney Beans and Pig Tails for tomorrow. Thanks again and please keep those recipes coming!

  4. Ramara says:

    Hi Chris,

    Love your recipes. I’m Jamaican, my husband Trini. Always checking your site to make his childhood favorites. He’s surprised that I know how to make them (wink!!) Will definitely buy your cookbook. Keep it coming.

  5. Melanie says:

    Hi Chris, this recipe is quite similar to the brown beans stew we have in Suriname.
    Its a traditional creole dish, but without carrots & dumplings. It is normally prepared with chicken & salt pork, smoked chicken, sausages etc. Of course people have their own personal variations :).

    p.s. due to the Dutch influence we use brown beans

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