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How to make the green seasoning paste that’s so unique to Caribbean cuisine.

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316 Responses to “How to make the green seasoning paste that’s so unique to Caribbean cuisine.”

  1. Rose says:

    Good Morning, what are pimento peppers? Is there another name for them?

  2. Chris:

    I do make my own seasoning like you but add a pinch of salt and if available lime juice instead of water.

    Good work on the Cocoa, maybe you can add the cocoa dance. Will love to see that.

    Denise

  3. Marty T says:

    Thank you for posting your recipe for the green seasoning. I saw it while one of your cooks were cooking some oxtails and I had to have it. I love you and my family loves you.

  4. Rose says:

    Thank you for sharing this recipe – can’t wait to try it.

  5. Dana says:

    I can’t wait to try this. I love Caribbean food and I would love to make it at home. Thanks for the recipes!!

  6. Emick says:

    Chris,

    I have tried several of your recipes and of course the green seasoning is a must for me. I finally got a chance to top off my love of the Trinidad style of cooking by actually making a few trips down to TT this year. Absolutely loved it. I stayed in your neck of the woods at the tree house. Got a chance to eat just about everything I could…lol, hot doubles in the morning!

  7. Antoinette Jackson says:

    Thank you for explaining the green seasoning.

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