Curried Goat with Rice and Peas
There is a new stall in Nottingham Market , with cow skin , goat feet, chicken feet and hearts. It really reminded my of Morrocan markets ( though lacking the goats heads) No pictures yet taking a camera out in Nottingham market arouses a significant degrees of suspicion, apparently people think you are a health…
Jamaican Beef Patties
These Jamaican Beef patties are thin, flaky and buttery yellow crust with a mighty seasoned curried beef filling. So much flavor and perfect for parties!
Different islands have different versions of coconut roll. In Guyana, they call it salara and use a bread crust instead of a short pastry crust. In this Trinidadian version, the coconut isn't colored with red or pink food coloring as it is in the Guyanese version.
How to Make Fried Bake and Saltfish
Bake and Saltfish is a popular breakfast dish in Trinidad and the rest of the West Indies. My stepfather showed me how to make this delicious recipe. I could eat this all day! And believe me when I say it's SALTY. That's why you must boil it at least twice. It's called salt fish for a reason. Well, some may know it as salt cod (or dried and salted cod).
Caribbean Salt Cod Fritters-Codfish Fritters
Caribbean salt cod fritters are not something I've thought of making until now. This recipe makes plenty for a crowd and tastes fantastic. Salt cod fritters This recipe is courtesy of Chef Mireille from The Schizo Chef.com. She cooks multi-cultural dishes, lives in New York, and is in the Food Bloggers Recipe
Trinidad Stewed Chicken
Chicken is browned and simmered in a spicy coconut sauce. Adjust the amount of hot pepper to suit your taste. This dish goes with anything.
Stew Fish | Simply Trini Cooking
Stew fish is a popular way of cooking fish here in Trinidad and Tobago. Unlike the Jamaican Brown Stew fish, ours tend to be more on the red side because of