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    Anbu Black Ops passy's Avatar passy is offline
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    Whats your countries National dish?

    Does every island in the caribbean have ah national dish?
    if so what is it?

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    naming one dish would not represent trinidad's cuisine. IMHO.

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    Ackee and Saltfish

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    Fried Jack fish and roast breadfruit.
    ☆ JUICY ☆

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    One of the national dishes in Panama is called Sancocho it's a soup and it's made up of chicken, garlic, onions, yam, culantro, oregano, pepper and salt

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    Quote Originally Posted by likleancute
    Ackee and Saltfish


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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkbait
    naming one dish would not represent trinidad's cuisine. IMHO.
    just damn up

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    Peeeeeeeelau, crab n dumplin, wrap up roti, Bake n Shark and doubles.

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    Pepperpot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jahpikne

    look 2 and a haff piggy on a plate

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    Quote Originally Posted by jebratt
    Pepperpot...
    what is that?

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    It kinda hard to describe but I guess you could say it like a stew ... here is the recipe that I found online ...


    Pepperpot Classic Guyanese Recipe
    Ingredients
    2 lbs stewing steak (pork or beef) or brisket
    2 pig trotters or cow's heels (optional: it will make it gooey)
    2 lbs ox tail
    1 cup cassareep
    2 red hot pepper
    1 in x 1 in stick cinnamon
    3 heads clove
    2 oz. sugar
    Salt to taste
    2 stalks basil
    1 bunch fine thyme
    1 large chopped onion
    3 cloves chopped garlic
    Preparation

    * Clean the meat thoroughly.
    * Put the heel or trotters in covered pan with water to boil.
    * Skim. When half tender add other meat and hot water to cover.
    * Add all other ingredients and simmer until meat is tender.
    * Adjust flavor with salt and sugar.

    Note: This dish develops flavor when left over a period of days. If left unrefrigerated, it must be reheated to a boil every day. This is a typical Amerindian dish.
    Alternative Recipe

    Recipe compliments of "A Taste of Guyana" - Dr. Odeen Ishmael.
    Ingredients
    2 lbs cubed lean beef
    1 cow heel, quartered
    1 lime
    cup casareep
    2 hot peppers
    1 cinnamon stick
    3 cloves
    Thyme
    2 tbsp brown sugar
    Salt to taste
    Cooking oil for frying
    Preparation

    * Wash meat with lime juice. Set aside.
    * Fry cow heel in a large pot for about 10 minutes.
    * Add enough water to cover cow heel and bring to boil.
    * Fry beef for about 5 minutes.
    * When cow heel is half cooked, about 1 hour, add the beef and casareep and simmer for another hour.
    * Add remaining ingredients.
    * Simmer gently for about one hour until meats are tender and sauce is relatively thic

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    OIL DOWN...but I love me some pelau!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimeout567
    what is that?
    it is a stew wit plenty peppa in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jebratt
    It kinda hard to describe but I guess you could say it like a stew ... here is the recipe that I found online ...


    Pepperpot Classic Guyanese Recipe
    Ingredients
    2 lbs stewing steak (pork or beef) or brisket
    2 pig trotters or cow's heels (optional: it will make it gooey)
    2 lbs ox tail
    1 cup cassareep
    2 red hot pepper
    1 in x 1 in stick cinnamon
    3 heads clove
    2 oz. sugar
    Salt to taste
    2 stalks basil
    1 bunch fine thyme
    1 large chopped onion
    3 cloves chopped garlic
    Preparation

    * Clean the meat thoroughly.
    * Put the heel or trotters in covered pan with water to boil.
    * Skim. When half tender add other meat and hot water to cover.
    * Add all other ingredients and simmer until meat is tender.
    * Adjust flavor with salt and sugar.

    Note: This dish develops flavor when left over a period of days. If left unrefrigerated, it must be reheated to a boil every day. This is a typical Amerindian dish.
    Alternative Recipe

    Recipe compliments of "A Taste of Guyana" - Dr. Odeen Ishmael.
    Ingredients
    2 lbs cubed lean beef
    1 cow heel, quartered
    1 lime
    cup casareep
    2 hot peppers
    1 cinnamon stick
    3 cloves
    Thyme
    2 tbsp brown sugar
    Salt to taste
    Cooking oil for frying
    Preparation

    * Wash meat with lime juice. Set aside.
    * Fry cow heel in a large pot for about 10 minutes.
    * Add enough water to cover cow heel and bring to boil.
    * Fry beef for about 5 minutes.
    * When cow heel is half cooked, about 1 hour, add the beef and casareep and simmer for another hour.
    * Add remaining ingredients.
    * Simmer gently for about one hour until meats are tender and sauce is relatively thic
    oh ok thanks

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