I want to try this recipe next time I can find some mahi mahi. The original recipe also says that you can substitute orange roughy or flounder. From The Weight Watchers Complete Cookbook & Program Basics.
I just ran across this recipe again when cleaning out some of my stored recipes. It's been a long time since I've made this, but my note on the recipe said that it was great. The times are approximate. The Chipotle Lime Oil makes about 2/3 cup and the Ginger-Green Onion Butter makes about 1/2 cup.
A Caribbean/Guyanese staple, dumplins are also known as "bakes". I don't know how authentic this recipe is and the letter "g" has mysteriously vanished, too; regardless, it's easy to make and good served alongside a savory dish or as a sweet treat with honey, butter or jam. These are on the "doughy" side so you know what to expect. From the Caribbean/Central American cookbook.
Actually, fried and baked. This is easy to put together! Equally good hot from the oven or served cold at a picnic. The first time I made this I used skinless chicken and it was really delicious! From The Caribbean Cookbook by Hermes' House Publications.
A Caribbean-inspired recipe using white sweet potatoes. They can be found in markets specializing in Latino, Caribbean/African, or Mexican food staples. White sweet potatoes go by several names: boniato and batata to name a few. White yams can also be substituted (called poona-or Ghanian yam.)
From a Caribbean/Central American/Mexican cookbook by the Hermes Publishing House. Use crisp and fresh vegetables-this is not the recipe to use up older vegetables from the back of your frig. If fresh, good quality green beans are unavailable, use a top quality frozen brand.
Easy recipe for a weeknight meal. Throw everything in crock pot in the morning and your meal's ready when you arrive home from work or school. Serve with hot cooked rice; tossed salad on the side. Source unknown. Vegetarian friendly! *Update* February 2009: I used this recipe: Recipe #100408 to replace the ham.