TRINI CURRY CHICKEN

CURRY!!!! Caribbean people, especially Trinis love curry! In Trinidad, we curry just about anything from duck to chicken…goat…lamb and even shrimp! Check out my curry shrimp recipe Here . There are different types of curry (West Indian and the East Indian curries). West Indian curry is very much different from the authentic East Indian curry but…

BAKED CURRY CHICKEN

Curry chicken is a dish loved by many including myself. It’s usually prepared by sautéing onions, garlic, pepper in a pot then adding curry followed by the chicken but have you ever had baked curry chicken??? No sautéing of onions etc… just simply baking… It’s a simple and straightforward baked chicken recipe done with curry…

CURRY BHAIGAN (EGGPLANT/MELONGENE) AND ALOO (POTATO)

Curry bhaigan and aloo is a dish I remember my grandmother cooking when I was a kid. A few days ago I was on the phone with my aunt and we started talking about dinner….and she was telling me that she was gonna make this dish. Immediately I began craving it. The following day, I…

TRINI CURRY CRAB (updated)

Where do I even start with this post?!? When I think about curried crab I just get weak haha😀 I loveeeee crab especially when it is curried! I’ve been feeling for this for the longest while and finally while driving through Aranguez, Trinidad I spotted some big and nice looking crab! Soooo although I was…

‘CURRY’ EGG AND ‘ALOO’ (POTATO)

Curry is a favorite in Trinidad. Curry anything and Trinis will handle it! lol One unique dish is curry egg and aloo. Who came up with that? Not sure…but i’ll just say thanks much because I LOVE IT! 😀 Today’s menu included smoked herrings and tomatoes, egg and aloo with dhal and rice! Here’s my…

CURRIED SHRIMP AND POTATO aka ‘CURRY SHRIMP AND ALOO’

Dhal and rice would be one of my favorite things to eat…anytime… any day! A few days ago I actually had dhal and rice with kuchela amd some cucumbers…yups…not even kidding lol…no meat nothing… 😀 …But recently I’ve been craving some curry shrimp and potato with rice and dhal. Thankfully today the ‘fish van’ came…

CURRIED TUNA

Curried tuna (from the tin)???? Yups you read correctly. Give me hot rice with anything and I would be a happy camper!…seriously! During Ramadan, Muslims like myself fast daily. Usually when I break my fast I like to have ‘saucy’ and/or peppery food…so yesterday I was feeling for something like salmon and rice after so…

THE HUNT FOR DOUBLES – Episode 1 (TRINI STREET FOOD)

I’m on the hunt across Trinidad for some of the best of the best doubles. Doubles is a must have if and when you visit Trinidad and Tobago! It is a very common street food and consists of ‘bara’ (made with flour, tumeric, salt and baking powder) with curried channa (chick peas). To get the…

BUSS UP SHUT ROTI

Roti has become a popular staple in Trinidad and Tobago. It is usually made with flour, baking powder, salt and water and cooked on what is know as a ‘tawa’ which is a flat round metal griddle used in Indian cooking. The most common types of roti include sada, dhalpuri and paratha. Paratha or as…

‘CURRY’ CRAB AND DUMPLING (Store Bay, Tobago)

A trip to Tobago would not be a real trip without some ‘curry’ crab and dumpling from Store Bay. This local dish is one, if not the most, popular on this beautiful island. Store Bay is always full of activity with people taking a look at clothes from the different clothing vendors, eating and not to…