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    You can peel the potatoes or leave the skins on in this recipe. I think the skins add something to the flavour and texture of this dish.

    Recipe #219986

    We have an avocado tree and I make these sandwiches for myself all the time. My 16 month old does not like avocados and this is the only way he'll eat them. There is a variety that tastes very buttery and my grandmother used to call the avocado "poor man's butter" because she would use it on bread instead of butter when times were hard. By itself the paste is an excellent first food for baby.

    Recipe #190939

    A robust flavoured Trinidadian side dish or vegetarian spread for flatbreads. I don't usually add pepper to this as I think the flavour is intense enough. If not using a non- stick pan increase the oil to 2 tablespoons.

    Recipe #212211

    Ham is one of the traditional meat dishes served in Trinidadian homes at Christmas time. Many people I know bake it on Christmas Eve and have it for breakfast with freshly baked bread and a condiment called Chow Chow (Picalli Sauce). You are also likely to be served thick slices of ham with Christmas meat pies known as Pastelles. This recipe is simplicity itself and it's how I bake my ham every year. Enjoy!

    Recipe #190823

    This is the national dish of Grenada. Yummy comfort food. Very filling.I'm told that the Grenadian oil down uses saffron and callaloo leaves ...this is the Trini version

    Recipe #193002

    Substitute chard or kale and spinach if you don't have access to a West Indian market and can't access the calalloo leaves (taro leaves). This is a trademark of Trinidad where crab and callaloo is the national dish. Served with rice, or macaroni pie, coo-coo or a selection of local root vegetables. Trini’s have this iron rich soup at least once a week, usually on a Sunday. Can be made in advance and freezes well.

    Recipe #197451

    Used in soups and stews. Dumplings have two basic shapes round and flat or rolled and long. The latter shaped dumplings are called spinners. Omit the baking powder and dumplings are then called sinkers because they do not float.

    Recipe #211879

    A thick, aromatic flavouring syrup made from the juice of the bitter cassava. It is used as a basis for various sauces and as a culinary flavoring and preservative agent in Recipe #192669. It is exported chiefly from Guyana. The main Amerindian tribes of the Caribbean were the Carib (from whom the region takes it's name) and the Arawaks. My grandmother was part Carib. The Caribs were themselves displaced by the Europeans, and were eventually all but exterminated during the colonial period. However small numbers remain today in Guyana, Honduras, Belize and in the islands of Dominica, Saint Vincent, Saint Lucia, and Trinidad. http://www.guyanaundersiege.com/Amerindian/Amerindian%20Corner.htm shows a picture of a matapee, which is a traditional woven basket used to squeeze the juice from the cassava.

    Recipe #217563

    Callaloo is the national dish of my country. This is a chef's version of this dish as featured in Oprah's magazine. It is nothing like the traditional Trinidadian soup which utilizes the leaves of the dasheen(taro) plant. This is actually a Spinach soup as most of the ingredients are different. This doeasn't appeal to my tastes and I don't have any intention of making it but others may enjoy it.

    Recipe #199536

    Adapted from the a cookbook called 'Healthy Cooking for Your Kids'. Tired of 'hiding' vegetables in cheese sauces? Here is a nice way get your toddler to eat vegetables.

    Recipe #195625

    Another sugar cake recipe that uses larger pieces (chips) of coconut. My favourite sugar cake.

    Recipe #194197

    Great with a cup of black coffee. This is my friend's grandmother's recipe. Mixed peel is the candied peel of various fruit. Use candied orange peel or candied papaya peel or a combination of the two.

    Recipe #190905

    The sweet of the fruit and carrot in this pretty coloured salad makes it appealing to my 18 mth old. He also eats it as a spread in bread.

    Recipe #193980

    Green mangoes are used in this recipe and they take on the role of a vegetable side dish that complements meat or vegetarian meals.

    Recipe #241611

    An interesting meld of Indian and Chinese cooking. My husband's cousin always makes this yummy rice for family gatherings. This is her recipe as told to me over the phone. Amounts in the ingredients are our best guesses since she doesn't measure the ingredients. I omitted the salt in the recipe because I cook low salt. You can add salt to taste at step 6. Very little is needed if you choose to add msg and bear in mind that oyster sauce usually contains some salt.

    Recipe #206272

    A recipe from my favourite Trinidadian chef, Debra Sardinha-Metevier.

    Recipe #212550

    This is a staple fast food in Trinidad Chinese take out restaurants. Highly addictive. I posted this recipe without trying. Now that I have tried it, I must agree with the first reviewer that it was too salty. I have adjusted the salt. It is supposed to be a little bit salty but if you prefer you can use even less.

    Recipe #205980

    A nice treat for the kids. Okay I fess up - I'm a big kid:-)Use your favourite brand of commercial hard chocolate sauce or Recipe #151189.

    Recipe #205613

    A local appetizer to snack on with your beer while watching the game at the bar.

    Recipe #220182

    Recipe taken from the Trinidad Express Newspaper. Lemon grass is used in Trinidad herbal medicine to make a tea which brings down fevers, hence the reason it gets it's local name, fever grass.

    Recipe #200472

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