Category posts: Appetizers
One of those dishes that has fond memories for me is CooCoo, Callalloo and Stewed Fish. Growing up with my grandmother, this was something that we ate at least once a week without fail. There’s just something about the creaminess of the corn, with the ochroes drowned in calalloo and topped with a piece of king fish that has been fired and stewed down in tomatoes and onions. Sighhhhh…..oh the memories.
When the weather outside is frightful, a bowl of cream of mushroom soup is most delightful. But of course, cream is a no no and what would cream of mushroom soup be without the cream.
I know I’ve said this before but I have many favorite foods, and among those favorites Peanut Butter and Jelly is right there at the top. There’s just something about the nuttiness of the peanuts and the sweet fruitiness of the jam that calls to me on so many levels.
Pholourie is one of those dishes that holds very fond memories for me.
As a child, after school mum would take us to the Savannah and we’d each get a bag of about 8 – 10 of these delicious split peas fried dough balls, with a little bag of mango chutney to dip them in. It’s such a simple thing, but so delicious that it was one of those recipes that I just had to recreate.
This recipe is so easy and simple, that you can mix the dry ingredients, leave them in a bag or container and just add the wet ingredients and its ready to use.
One of my favorite caribbean treats is Salt Fish Accra. Made with seasonings, salted cod, deep fried and served with mango or tamarind these fritters are deliciousness in every bite. Everyone in my family loves it, but of course, it’s made with flour and deep fried in vegetable oil, everything that I’m not supposed to eat. So it has been a quest of mine to recreate this recipe, just like so many others, so that I can enjoy all my faves in a healthy and allergy friendly way.