Trinidad Green Seasoning

Entered for safe-keeping for ZWT5. From Sweet Hands: Island Cooking From Trinidad And Tobago. Green seasoning is used in many Caribbean dishes, and the recipe varies by country. Trinidad's uses shado beni (Mexican cilantro), a local herb very much like cilantro. Fresh shado beni can sometimes be found in West Indian markets but, if not, fresh cilantro is a good substitution.

Ready In:
10mins
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directions

  • Process all the ingredients in a food processor, until the mixture forms a thick paste.
  • Alternatively, process in a blender with 2 tablespoons of water.
  • Use immediately, or store in a tightly sealed glass jar in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.
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"Entered for safe-keeping for ZWT5. From Sweet Hands: Island Cooking From Trinidad And Tobago. Green seasoning is used in many Caribbean dishes, and the recipe varies by country. Trinidad's uses shado beni (Mexican cilantro), a local herb very much like cilantro. Fresh shado beni can sometimes be found in West Indian markets but, if not, fresh cilantro is a good substitution."
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  1. KateL
    Entered for safe-keeping for ZWT5. From Sweet Hands: Island Cooking From Trinidad And Tobago. Green seasoning is used in many Caribbean dishes, and the recipe varies by country. Trinidad's uses shado beni (Mexican cilantro), a local herb very much like cilantro. Fresh shado beni can sometimes be found in West Indian markets but, if not, fresh cilantro is a good substitution.
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