A Caribbean Diet Cookbook

A Caribbean Diet Cookbook

Winslow Nicholas

Language: English

Pages: 73

ISBN: 1499263732

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

“A Caribbean Diet Cookbook” is a delightful read. It is packed with almost one hundred mouth watering delicious recipes, from simple snacks such as Caribbean Sunrise and Avocado Cream Dip, to tasty main dishes like the Sweet Potato Chicken and Lime Pork, which can be complimented with pleasant and delectable sweets like Mango Mousse, Sweet Potato Flapjacks, and Pan-Fried Honey Bananas! Imagine all that on your plate! Then you can wash it all down with some refreshing drinks which are quick and simple to make! There’s Peanut Punch and Passion Fruit Cocktail, Tropical Storm which is made with dark rum and pineapple juice, and a Brandy laced Bishops Punch! I’m going to make me some right now! And if you are adventurous and would like to indulge in a little exotic taste and you like recipes that are quick and simple to make, this is most definitely the book for you!

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Page 1. Snacks 4 2. Soups 11 3. Fish Dishes 20 4. Meat Dishes 25 5. Vegetable Dishes 32 6. Sweets 39 7. Drinks 45 8. Food Facts 51 A Caribbean Diet Cookbook SNACKS Chapter 1 here are no strict rules when it comes to snacks, however a snack is usually associated with a light and casual meal, one that is hurried, or a small amount eaten between meals. If you are trying to lose weight,

mixture into the orange shells, place them in the oven and bake them on a moderate setting for about 20 minutes until browned on top. Serve in a dish garnished with orange strips and parsley. STEWED OKRA 850g fresh okra 25g butter 176g onions, chopped fine 1 garlic clove, crushed 8 ripe tomatoes, skinned and chopped ½ hot pepper, chopped 1 teaspoon of salt Wash the okra, cut about 1cm of stalk at the narrow end. Melt some butter in a pan over a moderate heat. Add the onions and then

except for the milk and nutmeg. Pour into a tall chilled glass, top up with cold milk, then sprinkle a little grated nutmeg on the top. PINEAPPLE PUNCH 1L pineapple juice 1 can of condensed milk A little nutmeg Pour the pineapple into a blender, add ¾ of the condensed milk and blend for a short time, until well mixed. Grate a little nutmeg over each serving then refrigerate to thicken. This punch will keep in the fridge for around 3 days. TROPICAL STORM 150ml dark rum 50ml banana

same weight has an equal calorific content but only 1.9g of fat. Pork provides a significant source of iron and zinc, which is essential for healthy living, as well as other important nutrients such as B1 (thiamin), B2, B6 and B12. A huge majority of people in the Caribbean islands choose pork not only because of its availability, but also for its nutritional benefits and its overall goodness. You shouldn’t have any trouble finding pork in the shops here in Europe. However, you may have to look

variety of foods and could be used with a colourful combinations such as fresh organic salads or tasty cooked vegetable dishes garnished with rich, red tomatoes. Of the many varieties available, the island people use a great deal of fish in their cooking. Right now we are only concerned with one variety, Kingfish. This delicious variety has a similarity with fresh tuna, so you could use this as an alternative if Kingfish is not available. Both varieties can be cooked either by skewer method

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