POMMECYTHERE CHUTNEY

This condiment is a favorite with fried snacks in Trinidad. It’s a pretty simple and easy recipe to follow and takes no time at all to make. INGREDIENTS: 1 1/2 lb (approx 15-20) small pommecythere 1 1/2 tbsp brown sugar 6-7 chadon beni/culantro leaves 3 cloves garlic hot pepper (as you like) salt to taste…

KACHORI/KACHOURIE RECIPE

Kachorie is a fried street food in Trinidad which consists of split peas and chick peas (channa). It’s typically enjoyed with chutney (sweet/peppery sauce). INGREDIENTS: 1 cup dried Chick peas (soaked) 1 cup split peas (soaked) 1/2 cup all purpose flour 1-2 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp saffron powder 1 small onion, minced 1/2 cup…

PHOLOURIE

Pholourie is a quite popular fried street food in Trinidad that is usually enjoyed with mango or tamarind chutney. This would probably be my second favorite fried food (first is doubles lol). Please note that no split peas powder is used in this recipe. I know many people like using it so if you wish…

SAHEENA (TYPE 1)

Saheena is one of those popular street foods in Trinidad and Tobago that I absolutely love to eat. The main ingredients in this fried delicacy are dasheen bush leaves (also known as taro, spinach, bhagi), flour and split peas powder. It’s enjoyed mostly with some hot chutney, either grated or boiled and there are 2…

FRIED BAKE

Fried bake is one of the popular breakfast items here in Trinidad and Tobago and the wider Caribbean as well. There are countless options that can be enjoyed with fried bake. Today‚Äôs post is about that bake! I personally enjoy having it with sardines for breakfast and Hubby enjoys it with plantains or cheese! It…