A bit sweet, a little sour, a tinge of spiciness, all combined in a juicy fall off the bone chicken.
Step aside KFC, this is how you do chicken! Flavorful, tender, crispy Dominican-style chicken.
Stewed shrimp. Simple, few ingredients but so delicious you will be surprised.
Tamarind and soursop juices. Exotic fruits, Caribbean flavors that you must try.
Rice and pineapple juice: An unusual combination, but this is a refreshing, delicious drink, perfect for the little ones.
Spicy beef tongue. An unusual cut, but one that is surprisingly tender and flavorful, specially served this way.
Delicious eggplants fritters. Perfect as a simple side dish for a summer meal.
Chicken soup with a light coconut milk broth and parsley dumplings.
Just a very simple salad that tasted great on a nice spring night. Chicken tossed in Caribbean Jerk Sauce, on top a bed of romaine lettuce tossed in buttermilk ranch, sprinkled with cheddar cheese and garlic croutons!
[RECIPE] Make this tropical mango spread to use on toast, with cheese as an appetizer or season baked chicken.
Spicy Jamaican Pepper Shrimp
A delicious, veggie-ladden, satisfying meal for rainy and cold days.
Spic pork sausage and bulgur combined in a simple dish, unusual texture and a mouthful full of flavor.
Hen or chicken soup: part folk remedy, part nutrition and one very delicious soup.
Spiced non-dairy cocoa. Traditional Dominican confort food, a light alternative to dairy drinks.
Shrimp in a coconut ginger curry sauce.
Island-spiced Jerk Chicken smothered in sweet sauce, paired with Jamaican Red Beans & Rice, aka The Best Rice, Ever.
Caramelized ripe plantains with rum and cinnamon. Amazingly, not a dessert.
Kedgeree Recipe (Bermuda Cuisine)
The onion and thyme definitely dominate the flavors in this stew, but the "smokiness" of the lentils are never overpowered. It seems like a
Stewed okra: delicious, filling, healthy. A dish that goes great with meat or as a vegan option.
A fiery hot sauce based on bitter oranges and Scotch bonnet peppers. All the flavor and spice of the Caribbean
A Caribbean Dish: Salted Cod Fish Cake
A flavorful Caribbean dry rub for Sea Scallops
Codfish fritters are a pan-Caribbean food, known and loved in the Dominican Rep., Cuba, Puerto Rico and Jamaica. Easy, tropical and yummy!
Pan Fried Plantains: All you will need is an extra ripe plantain and butter to have one of my favorite side dishes of all time.
Asopao with Chicken & Shrimp. Studded with bacon, tomatoes, and chiles, this one-pot stew is warm comfort on a cold night.
Caribbean-style Pumpkin Soup with the warming heat of Scotch Bonnet peppers.
A cranberry sauce rich with flavor and subtle undertones of hibiscus and red wine
Although there are versions of pig trotters stew in several countries, the Dominican one contains a nice balance of flavors and ingredients.
Celeriac and ginger soup: Filling, light and delicious, the perfect soup to warm you as the days get shorter and colder.
Chivo Picante or Liniero is a recipe original from the Northwest of the Dominican Republic where goats are said to feed from wild oregano.
Delicious snack from the Spanish Caribbean, it combines sweet and savory flavors and it only requires three ingredients.
Coconut honey balls: a two ingredients, easy to make candies that will become one of your favorite treats!