In the Southern Caribbean we have "Green Seasoning", the Spanish speaking Caribbean gave us Sofrito and our Haitian cousins use Epis as the base for many of their delicious offerings. Traditionally made with a mortar and pestle (Munsh Pilon), it's a blend of herbs, garlic and various peppers. In this recipe I'll be using a food processor and will be personalizing it a bit to my own taste. So you'll see that I won't add any salt, bullion cubes nor onion (explained in the video).
The one key ingredient when it comes to cooking any meat or fish dish in the Caribbean, is the green seasoning mix that’s used in the marinating process. Before we go on I’d like to mention a couple things. This recipe usually calls for 2 key ingredients “shado beni” and “Spanish thyme” (aka podina), both […]