Shrimp Ceviche & Trinidad Fry Bake

Shrimp Ceviche & Trinidad Fry Bake (Fry Bread), two of my favorite foods served together! Shrimp Ceviche, though typically served as an appetizer, can also be a meal on its own, or the perfect filling for Trinidad Fry Bake. This Ceviche is a delightful combination of...

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“Mother in Law”

"Mother in Law". EatTheRainbow. If you ❤️ 🌶, then you will ❤️ this Trini condiment "Mother in Law". Yes! We 🇹🇹 really like having fun with words, hence the playful name for this condiment. The combination of fresh ingredients turns out to be super flavourful & spicy....

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Hibiscus – Trinidad Sorrel

Growing up in the islands (Caribbean) this drink was "Sorrel". Here in the 🇺🇸 other names for Sorrel are Hibiscus, Roselle & Jamaica. In 🇹🇹 the drink is popular during the Christmas season, but almost equally as popular as a beach drink or a hangout drink, mixed with...

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“Drunken Eggs”

"Drunken Eggs". It's the weekend folks & this easy to make dish is a winner @ breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner 😋. As a kid, this was my dad's breakfast of choice to make for his family on weekends. He would poach the eggs in the tomato sauce long enough so the yolks...

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Trinidad Fry Bake

Fry Bake. Who doesn't like fried dough? 😁 Although the name implies that there's baking involved, there's no baking here folks, just frying. These soft, light fried bread goes well with any meal, and after trying them you may very well become addicted to fry bake....

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Roasted Tomato Choka

Roasted Tomato Choka is a SIMPLE dish, made from a handful of ingredients, tomatoes, onion, garlic, hot pepper (scotch bonnets are preferable but not absolutely necessary), salt, roasted cumin & oil. Don’t let the simple ingredient list fool you, the method of fire...

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Trinidad & Tobago’s Fry Bake

Ingredients 4 cups flour 4 tsp baking powder 2 tsp salt 1 tbsp. brown sugar Warm Water 1 & 1/2 cup Oil (for frying your bakes) Directions In a large mixing bowl, sift in flour, salt, sugar and baking powder. Combine the ingredients. Add warm water and mix or...

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Calypso Kitchen’s Mango Chutney

4 cups shredded Mango ¼ cup finely chopped Cilantro/Culantro 2 tsp crushed Garlic 2 tsp ground & roasted Cumin/Geera Hot Pepper Himalayan Pink Salt Black Pepper Olive Oil This is a variation of a Mango Chutney recipe that my Grammy used to make. It is a fairly simple...

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