This is a very nice summer recipe that I came upon while on a Princess cruise ship. The tuna and the sauce can be finished well in advance and refrigerated separately. The fresher the tuna, the better this dish will be. Prep time does not reflect the marinating time or the chill time.
In the Caribbean, coconut, mango, and rice are staples. They appear on menus in all kinds of forms. Combine them all in the same dish and you have something special. The sweetness of the mango and coconut makes this dish suitable for curries, chicken, fish , and pork, all common Caribbean ingredients. Enjoy!
I've been baking fish like this for years. Even with a little butter, it's relatively low fat, especially if you use non fat mayo. The mayo mixture is also quite nice as a dipping sauce for artichokes. Also, any white fish can be substituted. And if you have some herbs on hand, add them either to the dipping sauce or the mayo mixture.
My husband and I have spent a fair amount of time in the Caribbean, especially the little island of Bequia. While there, we were introduced to coconut chips, which were served like a munchy mix during happy hour. A bit different, but they can be addictive. A hammer is helpful to crack open the baked coconut.
I've had this recipe in my file for so long I don't know where it came from. I do know that it is wonderful especially with really fresh salmon. My oldest son brings one home from time to time. There just isn't anything better!
One day I was just looking for something a little out of the ordinary. I found this recipe in an old Sunset magazine.I really enjoyed making it. It wasn't difficult. Plus it was fun and delicious to eat. I like to play with my food ;>)
I love corn bread all by itself. But this recipe is really yummy, especially when served with a nice pork roast and a little gravy on the side. I hope you enjoy it. Prep time does not include the cooling period for the corn bread.
When our sons were quite young, occasionally, after we put them to bed, my husband and I would have a special late night candlelight dinner. Instead of paying for a babysitter, we would fix something really special and just dine in. It was always more fun then going out;>) This was one of our favorites.
Home made hot chocolate is comfort food at its best, especially in the winter time. Although, I have been known to serve this up around a campfire on the 4th of July and it tasted just fine. This is an old Gourmet recipe.
We were served this concoction tableside in a little restaurant near Montego Bay. The measurements are not exact. We guesstimated as it was being prepared. It is truly yummy! Mango is also wonderful prepared in this manner. Enjoy!