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17 Caribbean bread recipes to try

Bread is an integral part of any Caribbean home. Baking is a weekly ritual.  I have the perfect line up of Caribbean bread recipes that I think you should try. Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links. This means that at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. These are products and services I recommend because I use or trust them. Cookies will be used to track the affiliate links you click. Homemade bread-making is a real, full-time thing in the Caribbean. We can spend hours every weekend mixing and kneading dough to make some kind of bread in some form to feed the family. Depending on where you are too, it becomes a collective effort, to feed multiple families. Our bread can vary from loaves to rounds, flat discs. It can be sweet or savory. Some can require yeast, others do not. And sometimes it's not even the traditional bread loaf, but some other flour-based item that is used to fill a family us
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Oxtail Soup in Slow Cooker

This oxtail soup in the slow cooker is the ultimate blending of flavors. A hearty combination of meat and veggies creating an end result of a delicious soup which is just what your family would need for dinner. I know everyone is all into using their Instant Pots now to make quick meals but there are somethings that I feel still need to be low and slow. And oxtail soup in my slow cooker is one of them. This is a soup that is packed with flavors that are allowed to blend together as it cooks slowly. No rush. No sweat. Just simmering and blending of flavors.
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