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Coconut Curry Chicken Recipe.

Coconut Curry Chicken Recipe.

As you make your way across the Caribbean you'll encounter different methods of cooking curry dishes, influenced by one's own preference and family traditions. A prime example is my way of cooking coconut curry chicken.. as I'm about to share. My technique and ingredients will differently differ from other recipes you'll see... even the way I'd see my mom and grandma make their version. Coincidentally I don't recall mom using coconut in curry chicken, unless it was a tough chicken (we say yard fowl), where the use of the coconut acted as a tenderizer.

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Coconut Curry Venison (deer).

Coconut Curry Venison (deer).

Any sort of game, including deer (venison) is what we call "wild meat" in the Caribbean and for the most part it's a sort of cherished delicacy, especially around Christmas and Carnival time. I have very fond childhood memories of going hunting with my brother and dad and into my early teens we would venture out with my friends. Though I went to school in San Fernando (city), most of my spare time was spent in the country side of Guaracara, so you'd find that I'm an outdoors person at heart.

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Coconut Curry Oxtails In The Oven (or slow cooker).

Coconut Curry Oxtails In The Oven (or slow cooker).

As a new immigrant to Canada, I remember the days when oxtails were just about the cheapest cut of meat you could get at the grocery store / butcher (they were practically giving the stuff away). Along with liver, gizzards, trotters, chicken feet, snouts and other parts of meats which were considered undesirable by the major part of the buying public, we reveled in the prices. In the Caribbean nothing goes to waste, so what most people refused to use, we had already perfected recipes which brought out the natural goodness of these cuts. Today, with oxtails hovering between $8 and $11 a pound, its now become something you buy for a special occasion or when you have a serious craving.. as in this case with me today!

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Coconut Curry Mussels Done The Caribbean Way.

Coconut Curry Mussels Done The Caribbean Way.

Very much like the ‘Curry Lobster” recipe I shared a while back, Mussels is not something you’ll find normally being prepared in the Caribbean, unless it’s at one of the many high end restaurants we have catering to a mainly tourist clientele. This curry mussels recipe is basically my take on a shellfish which is […]

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Lamb Chops Braised In A Coconut Curry Sauce.

Lamb Chops Braised In A Coconut Curry Sauce.

As a young fella growing up on the islands I recall lamb not being a very popular choice when it came to meats we prepare (quite honestly.. our mom never made it). Back then and today goat still is the champ when it comes to a good curry. With variations on the recipe itself, you […]

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