(Shrimp) Pholourie pt. 3 with CaribbeanPot

(Shrimp) Pholourie pt. 3 with CaribbeanPot

To make Shrimp Pholourie in this episode with Chris De La Rosa, this time Chris will show you a somewhat unique take on making traditional pholourie. You’ll Need… 1 package pholourie mix 3/4 lb shrimp pinch salt 1/4 teaspoon black pepper 1/2 teaspoon Caribbean green seasoning. veg oil for frying...

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Pholourie pt. 2 with CaribbeanPot

Pholourie pt. 2 with CaribbeanPot

A super quick and enhanced pholourie recipe using pre-packaged pholouire mix in this episode with Chris De La Rosa.  We’ll start off making this pholourie with a packaged mix I got at a local supermarket (try Asian, Latino and West Indian markets), but we’ll enhance both the the overall flavor...

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Traditional Pigtail Pelau with CaribbeanPot

Traditional Pigtail Pelau with CaribbeanPot

Making a classic salted pigtail pelau, a delightful one-pot dish, with simple step by step instructions from Chris De La Rosa.  Since we’ve already done the chicken, vegetarian and beef versions of Pelau, I thought it was time for the salted pigtails version. Not just a tasty one pot dish, but...

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Fried Red Snapper with CaribbeanPot

Fried Red Snapper with CaribbeanPot

Caribbean recipe for frying red snapper or just about any salt water fish, as it’s done throughout the islands, but especially Trinidad and Tobago. By allowing the fish to marinate in a wonderful herbal marinade (what we call green seasoning), you’ll be quite impressed by this fried fish recipe. If...

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Pholourie pt. 1 with CaribbeanPot

Pholourie pt. 1 with CaribbeanPot

Here’s how to make tamarind sauce or tamarind chutney, as it’s called in Trinidad and Tobago. A condiment for popular street foods such as pholourie, aloo pie and doubles. Join Chris De La Rosa as he shows you his quick and easy recipe for making this lovely tamarind condiment with...

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Foolproof Chicken Stew with CaribbeanPot

Foolproof Chicken Stew with CaribbeanPot

If you’ve ever struggled with the ‘browning’ process in making classic Caribbean Stewed Chicken, you’ll want to watch this video. Learn how easy it is to master making brown stew chicken with simple step by step instructions from Chris De La Rosa of CaribbeanPot.com, in this episode. You’ll never burn the...

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Fried Channa with CaribbeanPot

Fried Channa with CaribbeanPot

Here’s how to make an amazing spicy snack with fried channa (chickpeas) as it’s done in Trinidad and Tobago and other Caribbean islands. Join Chris as he shows you how to make this delightful spicy snack with simple step by step instruction. A little different than the traditional way of making...

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Tasty Fish Stew with CaribbeanPot

Tasty Fish Stew with CaribbeanPot

Here’s how to make a #Tasty Fish Stew, using Cod (not salted) in this episode with Chris De La Rosa of CaribbeanPot.com Just in time for Lent and Easter, we’ll make a delightful fish dish which also happens to be gluten free as well. Definitely not your typical Caribbean stew fish, but with...

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Big People Lemonade with CaribbeanPot

Big People Lemonade with CaribbeanPot

Give the kids some chocolate milk and let’s proceed to make a drink for the grown ups! Our family home like so many in the Caribbean was surrounded by citrus trees… oranges, grapefruit, shaddock, limes and lemons. Basically we were never out of freshly made juice with our meals and...

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Hot Cross Buns with CaribbeanPot

Hot Cross Buns with CaribbeanPot

Easter wasn’t a time of egg hunts or chocolate bunnies when we were kids. It was all about going to church, listening to our dad read the bible on Good Friday, watching King Of Kings on TV and how could one forget the special fish lunch. It was a time...

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