|The Caribbean Kitchen|
|Spicy, tasty, colourful, just GREAT!|
We post Caribbean recipes here for your enjoyment - see the individual links below.
- 001 Pumpkin Soup
- 002 Coo-coo (several) (Barbados: The Caribbean version of polenta)
- 003 Christmas Black Cake
- 004 Suckling Pig
- 005 Souse (Barbados: Pickled pork & skin)
- 006 Jerk Marinade & Jerk Chicken (Spicy chicken)
- 007 Peas & Rice
- 008 Jamaican Coleslaw
- 009 Blamange (Cornstarch pudding dessert)
- 010 Pumpkin Soup (With Calabaza pumpkin)
- 011 Peas and Rice
- 012 Antique Caribbean Rum Punch
- 013 Caribbean Christmas Cake and Hard Sauce
- 014 Callaloo Soup (healthy green vegetables)
- 015 Caribbean Roti (Trinidad: Indian curry)
- 016 Goat Curry (Goes with 015 Caribbean Roti above)
- 017 Floating Island Dessert (Kids and Adults versions)
- 018 Sue's Salt Fish Cakes w/Seafood Sauce (Barbados)
- 019 Catherine's Chicken Pelau (Mainly Trinidadian)
- 020 Jamaican Stamp 'n Go
- 021 Caribbean Rum Cake
- 022 Caribbean Plum Pudding
- 023 Caribbean Chicken Pelau and Cole Slaw
- 024 Ali's Doubles (Trinidad)
- 025 Zalina's Pigeon Peas and Beef Pelau
- 026 Confetti Chicken Pelau (Version of #27 Mary's Trinidian Pelau)
- 027 Mary's Trinidadian Pelau
- 028 Joan's Salt Cod Fritters
- 029 Ackee Tree's Ackee and Saltfish
We'll try to select ones you can create with ingredients commonly available in supermarkets most countries, but there will occasionally be some for which you will need ingredients from the Caribbean or a regional West Indian or Asian specialty store.
If you have a Caribbean recipe to offer or you have created a new Caribbean dish, please let us publish the recipe here for others to enjoy. Create it, display it attractively with a colourful background, then take a colour photo and send it to us - with the recipe! - for best presentation.
Don't forget to add in a few comments about what country it comes from, whether it is an ethnic dish, and a little background and description about it - make it interesting.
In addition, we would prefer that you make the recipes you send us easy to put together, with minimum fuss and preparation - add in your own comments to make it interesting. If it gets too complicated, we'll list yours - but then follow it with a klutz-proof method we call "Splatterflinger's Easy Pot".
Thanks in advance!!!