Lobster curry

This Caribbean-style curry lobster will have you licking your fingers while eating. Lobster tails simmered down in a rich curry sauce. This post contains affiliate links. Please read my full disclosure  here . As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. What's better than a good curry and some delicious seafood? A well-flavored curry dish is one of the best dishes to eat. And this lobster curry falls into that bracket. Using some delicious Caribbean curry powder, and other spices, the lobster is simmered down till there is a thick coconut milk sauce.
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Guinness Lamb Stew

Dinner would never be the same again after this Guinness lamb stew. A seared lamb simmered down in a Guinness broth is the perfect dinner option for your family.   This post contains affiliate links. Please read my full disclosure here . As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. A good stew is always a delicious thing. A wonderful Guinness lamb stew is a heavenly thing. This dish is a hearty one, that easily becomes a comfort dish for those eating it. Delicious slow-simmered seared lamb loins, cooked in a broth with vegetables and Guinness till it's tender. A finger-licking dinner option that will have your family begging for more.   
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Jamaican Bread Pudding

This is the perfect dessert for those casual Sunday evenings. This Jamaican bread pudding is a delicious dessert made with bread, raisins, and spices. And don't forget the warm Amaretto sauce.    This post contains affiliate links. Please read my full disclosure here . As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. I remember the first time I went into a Jamaican food restaurant and saw bread pudding under the cake display. It was decadent looking and so smooth. I was hooked and decided I had to make this at home. And I did. So I'm here to share my recipe to make Jamaican bread pudding from scratch. My family keeps asking me when next, I'm going to make some, right after they finished a batch. It is definitely a repeater dish. Best served hot, this pudding is not overly sweet, and the additions of cherries and the rum sauce makes it the perfect dessert, or even a brunch option. What is bread pudding? I think everyone has a bread pudding recipe. There ar
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Smoked Herring Recipe

A breakfast option that would transport you to the Caribbean in less than 30 minutes. A sautéed herring dish with onions and tomatoes. Just grab a slices of bread and dive in.   This post contains affiliate links. Please read my full disclosure here . As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Let me introduce you to another salted meat we love using. This is smoked herring. Considered the other "salt fish", it is primarily used by us in the Caribbean as a breakfast item. It's a cousin to saltfish. In fact, you can replace it anywhere saltfish is used. It's normally sautéed up with some onions, fresh tomatoes, and hints of pepper and paired with some delicious fried bake.   
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Conch soup

A delicious soup that would easily transport you to the Caribbean with its flavor. This conch soup is packed with not just conch meat but also corn, potatoes, carrots, and dumplings. The perfect soup option.   This post contains affiliate links. Please read my full disclosure  here . As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. I feel like I'm becoming the girl with all the conch recipes. I was gifted some conch by a friend and I just want to share all of the delicious ways we use it at home and across the Caribbean. We have surely seen that it is a meat that can be used in a variety of ways. I've already shown you how to curry it , along with having it steamed and now as a soup. If you are new to conch and eating it, I have an " about conch post" where I go into detail about what the meat is, what does conch taste like, how long it will take to cook, and the different methods to tenderize this meat. In the Caribbean soup is king. There is no seas
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Coconut Milk Pasta

A great weeknight dinner option to satisfy your family, this creamy pasta dish made with coconut milk is your best pick. Paired with some smoked sausage and bell peppers This post contains affiliate links. Please read my full disclosure  here . As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. As much as I love cooking, I really sometimes do not want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen actually cooking. Those times I try to make up dishes that are quick, not much work, and still packs a punch with taste. This coconut milk pasta concoction hits all those points. A delicious one-pot with luscious sausage, and bell peppers simmered in a creamy pasta sauce with coconut milk. Hitting all the points needed for a great dinner option. If you can't tell I love pasta. And I know I am not the only one. This recipe reminds me a little of my rasta pasta recipe but I feel like it's less work. It also does not have cheese and is a lot less spicy. This pasta
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Curry Conch

A bold, flavorful dish of tenderized conch meat, cooked down in a spicy curry sauce. Pair this with some boiled dumplings and ground provision and your guests will be eating out of your hands. One of my favorite meats curried is conch. Have you ever had it? Once cooked correctly, it becomes a nice smooth, buttery meat that has been cooked down in an aromatic curry sauce. After that, it's just time to pair it with some dumplings and an array of ground provisions. Yummy. Like shrimp or curry crab , this seafood is simmered down into a nice curry sauce with or without coconut milk depending on your preference. (I prefer it with). This Caribbean favorite requires a little work prior to making it tasty. This recipe was the last recipe my dad made before he passed away, and it has taken me a little bit of time to get it posted. He loved cooking untraditional meats like conch, and other meats we call "wild meat" which would include things like agouti, rabbit, wilks etc. I
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