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1 Reviews |  By Katzen

A very simple caribbean salsa which can be stored for up to a month and used as a condiment on vegetables or fish, or just serve it with chips. Not for the faint of heart (or should I say heat!) Of course, the heat depends on the size and heat of your chili. From Sundays at Moosewood.

Recipe #373743

9 Reviews |  By Katzen

A simple sorbet, reminicent of the Carribean. From Sundays at Moosewood.

Recipe #373716

3 Reviews |  By Katzen

An easy bread, likened in flavour to putting a straw in a coconut! Of course, using fresh coconut to grate and make the coconut milk is devine if you have the time. (Note that you need to prepare coconut milk from the coconut meat, not just use what is poured from the coconut.) You might wish to top this with a lime glaze. From Sundays at Moosewood.

Recipe #373714

An island treat! A simple and not too sweet cake I found off of justfruitrecipes.com and decided to post it here for ZWT5. Hope you enjoy it!

Recipe #373650

I found this recipe in my Betty Crocker's International cookbook and thought it sounded pretty good. It is a chicken dish with rice, filled with spices, stewed tomatoes, capers, olives, ham, garlic, peas and more. I can't wait to try it myself. It could be a one dish meal or you could serve it with a salad. Hope you enjoy!

Recipe #373711

Adapted from The New York Times cookbook. Posted for ZWT.

Recipe #232817

I had forgotten that I had this recipe tucked away in some recipe file on my computer, so I figured I'd post it here so I wouldn't forget about it again. I believe this is from Bon Appétit.

Recipe #172113

I haven't gotten around to making this yet, but it sounds so good I thought I'd share it (I love out-of-the-ordinary cheesecakes!). The baking instructions do not mention a waterbath, but I usually bake my cheesecakes with one, so I suppose it can be baked by whatever method the individual chef has best luck with. Not sure where on the web I found this, but I know that it's initially from The Big Bowl Cafe in Chicago.

Recipe #172229

Funny name for a boiled pudding from the Caribbean that is reminiscent of tamales dulces. Posted for ZWT, untried by me. Adapted from "Around the World in 450 Recipes".

Recipe #373837

You've had a long morning of snorkeling, and you're craving some jerk (no, NOT the hirsute one in the Speedo on the chaise lounge next to yours), but you don't want a heavy meal that might cause belly pooch over your bikini bottom. Well, The Kitchen Tourists have just the thing for you: fiery hot jerk salmon, resting on a bed of fresh crisp tossed salad with an island twist, all topped with a sweet and tangy tropical vinaigrette. There, now you're satisfied, and you can still rock that hot little outfit you picked out for the evening waterside festivities. Team contributions that made this recipe what it is are as follows: Captain evelyn/athens = warm allspice and nutmeg, Ed&Theresa = fresh salmon, fluffernutter = kicky ginger, MA HIKER = spicy hot peppers, Mandy from Oz = crisp cilantro, Laffer = cooling papaya, ms.susan = fire-taming coconut milk, TansGram = filling beans, Tisme = zingy lime, tunasushi = crunchy cashews, Muffin Goddess = sweet mango Life is good, mon! Enjoy! (P.S. special thanks to Team Captain evelyn/athens!) NOTE: as noted by a reviewer (and myself, actually, after the fact), the dressing recipe makes way more than you'll need for this salad. The dressing is good on just about any kind of salad (I know, because I went through A LOT of salad trying to use up my batch of dressing lol), but if you don't eat salads very often, you may want to half or quarter the dressing part when you make this. :)

Recipe #234870

Posted for ZWT. Adapted from The New York Times cookbook.

Recipe #232822

Posted for ZWT II. Something a little different if you're looking for a Mexican dessert. Adapted from a little cookbook I have called Mexican Desserts and Drinks. Prep/cook times are guesses.

Recipe #171438

On a mission to find recipes to use up the random tin of guava paste that I often have in the pantry, I came across this one online somewhere. The applesauce and glaze are my own doctorings, because the original recipe was good but quite dry. It's still a very dense butter cake, so those bakers desiring a lighter-textured cake may want to add more applesauce to the recipe.

Recipe #60794

Tropical pound cake with pineapple. Posted for ZWT, untried by me. Adapted from the May/June 09 Hannaford fresh magazine. NOTE: don't preheat the oven -- this cake is supposed to go into a cold oven! Cook time includes cooling times for both cake and filling.

Recipe #373801

This is my adaptation of a recipe I found in the April 2002 issue of the now-defunct BHG Hometown Cooking magazine. They disappear almost instantly whenever I make them. I like them because the fruit isn't mashed and incorporated into the batter as it is in most banana recipes.

Recipe #60291

I made these in response to a request from a Colombian coworker for "something guava". Guava paste can usually be found in the international aisle of well-stocked grocery stores. You may find it in a wrapped bar as opposed to a large flat tin; I find that the canned product is better-tasting and more attractively colored than the stuff in the bar, but use what you can find.

Recipe #60448

Nice moist quick-bread, excellent for using up any papaya that is somewhat past it's prime for eating fresh. Like most quick-bread recipes, it's very adaptable. I've made equally yummy combinations of papaya-mango and papaya-banana breads when I didn't have the full amount of papaya available. Freezes well (cool completely, slice, then wrap loaf tightly in plastic wrap or foil.)

Recipe #63000

These spicy shrimp are cooled by the melon salsa and would be lovely served over a bed of baby greens. Small portions would make a stunning appetizer, while a full portion is the perfect lunch or light supper. Quick enough for a weeknight, and won't heat up the kitchen!

Recipe #373620

This spicy chicken dish will take you right back to islands! The heat of the jerk seasoning is complemented by the fresh, light flavors in the rice dish, served cold. Chill some Red Stripe or throw some rum in the blender and you've got the perfect simple barbeque! The jerk seasoning (minus the brown sugar) can be doubled and the excess stored in an airtight jar for another use.

Recipe #373610

Ohhhh so good & good for you.

Recipe #373313

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