tropical fusion salad, tropical fruit salad

Tropical Fusion Salad

Most meals are never complete without a salad. I could never eat pelau without a salad (and even a coleslaw); a macaroni pie must be accompanied with a load of salad at the side… and… I can go on. However, salads can be a main dish especially when I want a light but nutritious meal. This salad, I call it my tropical fusion salad.

Masala Mango

The mango is a very versatile fruit when it comes to trini cooking as you have seen in previous posts. Today I’m going to show you another way of cooking mango. Masala mango is basically mango with masala in it…

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…

Mango Chutney

Mango chutney is a popular dip used for pholourie, baiganee, and a whole lot of Indian delicacies and other foods. I enjoy eating mango chutney with pelau; the hot sour taste really works up your taste buds.

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.

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 barbecue definitely has to be the sauce.

Guacamole (Zaboca Choka)

Zaboca (Avocado), pepper sauce, garlic, onion, a few other herbs are ingredients that can make a perfect Guacamole (wa-ka-mo-lay) or Zaboca Choka.

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