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This recipe is one of the best grilled jerk tenderloin recipes served with its own Pineapple Mango-Kiwi Salsa. The flavors of the two balance the heat of the spicy seasoning and the sweet of the Pineapple Salsa. Recipe courtesy of the Queen Bs ZWT3 (Won 1st place in a Jerk Contest) :)

Recipe #234216

13 Reviews |  By 1Steve

Easy yet decadently rich chocolate rum cake with raspberry filling.

Recipe #16195

Saw this on the Food Network. It's a great side dish for anything from Jamaican Jerk Flank Steak, pork, chicken, beef etc. You whip this up in no time.

Recipe #226651

8 Reviews |  By Charkie

This is one of the best carrot cakes we have had. It is from Kraft, and is SO easy. I changed it a tad, by adding golden raisins to my liking, and I made it in a 11x13 pan, and added baking time to it until it tested done as directed. The prep time was based on shredding the carrots, but buying the prepared carrots cuts the prep time to about 10 minutes!

Recipe #138418

While visiting a friend recently she made this as a side dish with chicken. It was so good I didn't know whether to use a fork or a spoon. She gave me the recipe, So easy, now I can make it for my family.

Recipe #222302

A friend of mine makes these kebabs, said she had them while in the Caribbean. She found the recipe as I had to have it. Hope you enjoy. These can be made anytime of the year. We will grill them in the summer and broil in the winter.

Recipe #225469

Another great recipe given to me by my friend John from his caribbean cookbook. This is a simple chicken to make and is very moist and tender. Enjoy ;)

Recipe #233515

This is an awesome recipe. No low-fat here! Just scrumptious! A neighbor of mine is trying to fatten me up and always brings me a piece when she makes this. Okay, I had to have the recipe.

Recipe #188037

This recipe was adopted from John-Doh and is a Bahamian recipes. Posting in response to the carribean flare

Recipe #233478

Buñuelos de Queso--These small cheese breads are an excellent and easy side dish for a Puerto Rican meal. Add 2 tsp dried oregano or 2 tsp paprika to the sifted flour if you like

Recipe #225463

This is a great Caribbean shrimp dish that I wanted to get on Zaar for the Caribbean. This recipe comes from Walter Scheib, former White House Chef. The warm fruit salsa is a perfect accompaniment & adds to the flavor of this wonderful dish.

Recipe #234002

This is a nice balance of flavors! Creme de nayaux and creme de bananes liqueurs, makes a nice cocktail.

Recipe #223691

Another favorite Caribbean inspired recipes. This is wonderful and easy to make

Recipe #234274

This is another favorite caribbean inspired recipe. If you're gonna make a souffle and hesitate, try this one, it's easy and delicious. Recipe courtesy of my friend John, not sure where he got it.

Recipe #234149

These are so easy to make and are a big hit at cookies exchanges or just on a table during the holidays.

Recipe #186668

Posted in Response to Caribbean request. This This chutney-like Trinidadian relish is commonly served with the street food called doubles and curried dishes of all types, as well as with Pelau. Ripe mangoes are never used in kucheela

Recipe #228766

Ever have a recipe that is so old and has been folded so many times, you know it's a *keeper* this is one of those seafood recipes I had tucked away. No idea of it's origin.

Recipe #226590

This may be the islander's version of the empanada. Found exclusively in Trinidad, Doubles are composed of two pieces of bara bread and a filling of channa, hot sauce, and kucheela Posted in response to request. Zaar does not recognize indian Massala, or Kuchella (recipes to follow)

Recipe #228768

This is an Island Spice mix that is often used in Trini recipes. Posted in response to a recipe for Trini Doubles.

Recipe #228735

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