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sitting on the patio at the cassarina or watching the jolly roger sail past. Standing on the cliff's of North Point or climbing the highway toward bathsheba. This dish is barbados. (Happened to have some mount gay amber rum on hand to add authenticity) put it in the oven for 50 minutes in a 2qt glass casserole.

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gary7 May 24, 2003

This is a good recipe. I boiled the sweet potatoes instead of microwaving them. I also used rum and doubled the amount of raisins. Personally, I don't like the lime rind, so next time I'll either omit it or reduce the amount used.

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mle234 February 24, 2008

I grew up with this dish my mother used to make. She is from Barbados and I could never eat the sweet potato dish most Americans eat. Using Mount Gay Rum makes a difference as well. Also, I soak the raisins in the rum (stored in my frig) for at least three months ahead of making this dish. Love it!

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blk_chic November 20, 2007

I am jamaican, we usually grater the potatoes to make the potatoe pudding That is the only difference in the recipe cherry

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cherrychung15 January 04, 2005
Caribbean Sweet Potato Pudding