Guyanese Egg Ball

Egg Ball is a quite popular dish in Guyana. When Hubby and I visited Guyana back in 2017, we were introduced to it and immediately thought about the uniqueness of it. I decided to make it for you guys and add some Trini touches to it… INGREDIENTS 1 1/2 lb cassava  6 eggs 1 tsp…

CHUNKY VEG

INGREDIENTS: 1 lb veggies (any type you like) 2 tbsp margarine 1/2 – 3/4 tsp TAI KONG fried rice and veg seasoning 1/2 tsp JGM PRODUCTS parsley 1 tsp sesame oil  I usually any type of veggies I find in my fridge. This is a super easy dish for you to try! Check out the…

PASTA SALAD WITH SHREDDED CHICKEN

Do you or your family love pasta and chicken? This quick and easy pasta dish with shredded chicken is ideal for you! INGREDIENTS: 2 medium chicken breast 300g twisted pasta 1 tin mixed vegetables 1 cup chopped parsley and onion combined (I used about 2 cups of fresh parsley and half red onion… which after…

CORNMEAL COO COO

Coo Coo was one of those dishes I never really grew up eating but for some reason now I absolutely love it! I think its the cornmeal taste that I love! This flavor packed dish is quite easy to put together and takes less than 30 mins! The key ingredients are cornmeal, coconut milk and ochro!…

CURRY TURKEY??? – What to do with LEFTOVER turkey!

Tis the season where there’s turkey on just about everyone’s dinner table… not to mention the large amounts of leftovers after the festivities. This easy meal idea is perfect for those, like myself, who not only dislikes wasting food but also enjoys a good West Indian curry! Take the leftover turkey and make a whole…

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’s post is about that bake! I personally enjoy having it with sardines for breakfast and Hubby enjoys it with plantains or cheese! It…

BOILED CORN (CORN ON THE COB)

Hubby and I headed to the Chaguanas market in Trinidad over the weekend where we purchased a bag of corn for $10 TTD (had around 10 in a bag) and as soon as I got home, I wasted no time in boiling them. Boiled corn is one of those ‘snacks’ most Trinis love! There are 2…

BANANA NUT BREAD

Imagine the smell of cinnamon throughout your house on a beautiful evening while you’re preparing dinner…. smells and feels good right? That’s the exact feeling I have when I’m baking banana nut bread. Bananas are fruits almost everyone has in the kitchen and at some point in time, bananas remain on the counters longer than…

EASY BLACK BEANS RECIPE!

Black beans just might be my favorite type of beans! These days there is the option to purchase the beans in the tin but I prefer the ones that come in bags/packs. Unfortunately these require a lot more prep time compared to the tin beans but to me, it’s worth the extra time! Black beans…