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Tag Archive | "trini recipe"

A Tantalizing Tamarind Sauce.

A Tantalizing Tamarind Sauce.

After posting the tambran (tamarind) ball recipe a couple days ago (sweet spicy sour tambran balls) , I realize that I still had some tamarind left back so I decided to share this recipe with you guys. Originally when I told my mom I purchased some tamarind in a box at the Asian store, she […]

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Fry Aloo With Corned Beef.

Fry Aloo With Corned Beef.

I was hoping to be a bit more creative with the title of the post, but it is what it is. After posting a pic on the Facebook fan site asking everyone to guess what I had cooking on the stove, someone responded by saying it was corned beef hash. Rewind a few years back […]

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Scrumptious Island Stew Chicken With Chick Peas.

Scrumptious Island Stew Chicken With Chick Peas.

This dish takes me back to when I first moved to Canada and would hang out with my cousin and her husband. He’s the one who got me into lifting weights way back when. After work they would pick me up and head over to their place where we’d work out in their home gym […]

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The Ultimate Pepper Sauce Recipe.

The Ultimate Pepper Sauce Recipe.

With the abundance of hot peppers I had in my garden this summer, you may have noticed that there are several recipes recently dedicated to the most classic of Caribbean condiments… pepper sauce (hot sauce). If you look at the very bottom of this post, there should be some links to some of the spicy […]

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Stewed Lentils Caribbean Style.

Stewed Lentils Caribbean Style.

This recipe is very similar to the Red Kidney Beans one I did a couple weeks ago, except we’re using dried lentils. Lentils are one of the best vegetable sources of iron. This makes them an important part of a vegetarian diet, and useful for preventing iron deficiency. I usually make lentils in batches, so […]

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Making bhaji with tender baby spinach and coconut cream.

Making bhaji with tender baby spinach and coconut cream.

One of my favorite side dishes to eat with sada roti as a kid growing up on the islands was dasheen bush bhaji. But living in North America in the early years meant that we had to improvise in the ingredients we used in many of our normal dishes. Dasheen bush (leaves form the dasheen […]

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