Tonight for dinner we had some leftover corn-on-the-cob and sweet potato wedges that had been cooked on the barbecue. I had some grouper fillets and decided to grill them. I made a yummy salsa with a fresh mango and other ingredients. I used a
Caribbean-Inspired Recipes Archive
This is an awesome sea bass recipe! Sea bass is one of my favorite fish, especially when it’s super fresh. We don’t have the really big sea bass in our southern waters, but we do have some delicious black sea bass. I landed my
These grilled pork chops will be a big hit at your Memorial Day, July 4, or Labor Day cookout! The pineapple juice acts as a natural tenderizer, and the oil will provide moisture. The chops will be sweet and tangy, and if you want
I love mangos. In fact, they’re just about my favorite fruit. I guess I must have inherited my mango affinity from my mom. When she was a small child, she lived in South Florida. Mangos grew near her home, and sometimes she’d wander off.
Most Americans associate the pineapple with Hawaii, but the fruit was actually grown in the Caribbean before it was ever introduced to Hawaii. The custom of growing pineapples originated in South America, and from there, it spread to the Caribbean. Columbus discovered it growing
Bbq cooking inside? Sure! Even easier, try it in the cock pot. You can make all kinds of barbecued ribs recipes in your slow cooker. These barbecue ribs have a tangy sauce with traditional jerk seasoning, popular in Jamaican and other Caribbean cuisine. For
Bbq cooking is done in just about every culture. Pork is a common ingredient in Caribbean recipes, and so is guava. With this in mind, I figured guava-flavored ribs would be a perfect marriage. This rib recipe can be used for spare ribs or
This pina colada sauce recipe tastes very much like Red Lobster’s. It’s quick and easy to throw together, and it’s great with coconut shrimp, fried shrimp, chicken strips, chicken breasts, and just about anything else you want to compliment with sweet, creamy flavor. Some
An ingredient you’ll often find in Caribbean recipes is coconut. The following recipe tastes very much like Red Lobster’s coconut shrimp. The first time hubby and I made these, we made a huge mess in the kitchen! The coconut shrimp tasted great, but we
Americans love foods inspired by Caribbean cuisines. For those of us living in the Southeastern United States, the islands of the Caribbean are fairly close. For example, the Bahamas begin just fifty miles off the shore of Florida. And don’t forget Cuba. The U.S.