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Sorrel Sauce

Christmas is really here and by the sight of all the sorrel being sold at the market and also at the roadside on the highway it only means one thing: sorrel, sorrel and more sorrel to drink.  But, what about other recipes using sorrel? In the past I have done a sorrel jam, sorrel cake [...]

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Bene (Sesame Seed) Chutney

I’ll like to start this post by saying that this bene chutney recipe almost didn’t make it. I wasn’t in the mood to do anything being the long weekend and all. But, with constant coaxing from my wife, I have decided to get up and do the post……So say thank you to my wife :-) [...]

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Lime Pepper Sauce

Have you ever tasted lava? Well you’re about to. :-) It seems that lime and pepper are enemies because when they are together it is all out war. Or is it a marriage? Where they complement each other so much that they bring out the best in each other. I’m still puzzled at the hotness [...]

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Pommecythere Chutney

Together with all the other chutneys I did so far, pommecythere chutney is another trini favourite. It is not as common as mango chutney, but you can sometimes see pommecythere chutney starring alongside Mr Pholourie from time to time. These days pommecythere is in season and I have a tree laden so you would see [...]

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Garlic Sauce

Garlic Sauce is the epitome of sauces in close ranks with all the other sauces and chutneys we make here on the island. Basically a sauce used in our famous bake and shark  it now has an island wide appeal and accompanies nearly every trini dish possible. I can’t get enough of this sauce when [...]

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Barbecue Sauce

What’s the secret to a great barbecue? Some swear by their seasoned meats; all marinated in their special secret blend of local herbs and spices, while others feel it is the type of coals used or the temperature of the coals. Whatever reason it may be, I still feel that the secret to a great [...]

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Coconut Chutney

The name says it all… The nutty taste of the roasted coconut, together with the chadon beni, pepper and garlic is truly a mouthwatering delight. When we made this I was so eager to try it out, that the sting of the fresh hot pepper was not going to phase me at all. And boy [...]

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Curry Mango

Although we are in the Christmas season I feel obliged to post this recipe. I am fulfilling a request from an email I got a few weeks ago from Farhana. I just happened to get some long mango, even though mango is not in season, so I decided to do the post. Curry mango is [...]

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You may have noticed me mentioning this word (roucou) when I posted the cornmeal pastelle recipe a few weeks ago. So I thought it would be nice to do a post on this natural red colouring , and how it is made. A little About Roucou Roucou or Oucou, as some people call it, comes [...]

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Pumpkin Talkari

To complete this wonderful plate below, I did pumpkin talkari. Another simple side dish that also goes great with sada roti. I could remember the days when I used to carry sada roti and pumpkin talkari to school. Again, at the time, some would have thought of it as poor people food but I really [...]

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