Caribbean cuisine is one of the world’s top-rated menu for a good reason! Whether you’re a food aficionado or not, you’ll surely find the blend of herbs and spices palatable. If you like to cook Caribbean dishes this holiday season, you can try the following – these are the traditional ones you wouldn’t want to miss:
As the national dish of Antigua and Barbuda, Pepperpot is a usual dish on the table during celebrations. This is a stew made of cornmeal dumplings, as well as okra, potatoes, aubergine, and squash. Try visiting an international supermarket in San Antonio, Texas to grab the ingredients of this heart-warming Caribbean dish.
This is a snack that’s made of vanilla, cinnamon, and coconut milk pan fried with oil.
This is the Caribbean equivalent of pesto. As a popular side dish, Callaloo is made of leafy greens boiled in okra, onion, pepper, and meat or seafood. Be sure to purchase the ingredients at a reputable Caribbean Store in Texas for guaranteed freshness.
A popular snack in Trinidad and Tobago, this is a chewy pancake with tasty curry stew filling. Visit a leading grocery store in Texas to get all the staples for this tasty snack at an affordable cost.
- Cou Cou and Flying Fish
This is the national dish of Barbados wherein the flying fish is mixed in Bajan seasoning then steamed. After steaming, you’re going to create a mash type paste out of the steamed fish along with local spices, water, okra, and cornmeal.
People can’t help but love Caribbean foods. If you like to try your hand in preparing this cuisine at home, buy the ingredients at First Choice International Supermarket to get started.