Every West Indian home has split channa as a snacking staple. But let’s be realistic who has time to split channa unless you have 3 hours to kill watching Indian movies. Why not make the alternative fry dhal ! Directions In a large bowl soak dhal overnight or approximately 6   Read More ...

Categories: Bean

A spicy gumdrop packed with tang and tons of flavor. Bet you can’t just have one. Who needs gummy bears when you can have this spicy, chewy and sweet exotic treat. Tamarind is one of those fruits that’s definitely addicting and lipsmackingly delicious. You either love it or you have   Read More ...

Categories: Tamarind

Warm and comforting breakfast packed with protein Directions Start overnight by soaking channa in water until it is covered past the top Drain and rinse channa Boil channa approximatly 30 minutes until it is fork tender Sautee onion, garlic  geera Add channa Cook on low heat for 5 minutes Season   Read More ...

Categories: Bean

Americans have potato chips, West Indians have plantain chips.  Plantain chips is a staple Directions Slice plantains using a box grater or a mandolin Deep fry in oil until color changes to bright yellow Don’t over fry or else it will get burned and absorb too much oil Season with   Read More ...

Categories: Plantain

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Directions Peel and grate cassava in a food processor Add grated coconut to cassava Add brown sugar, coconut milk, ginger, raisins, nutmeg, essense and butter Mix together, taste if more sweetness is desired add more sugar Pour in a greased pan so mixture is about an inch high Bake at   Read More ...

Categories: Cassava