Serves: 2-4 | Prep: 15 mins | Cooking time: Approx 80 mins in total |
This is one of my favourite winter warming recipes, I always find butternut squash soothing to the soul this recipe makes a delicious supper full of good nutrition and warmth. Continue reading Baked Butternut Squash Jerk Style
We love the simplicity of this recipe and the tasty results. Perfect when you want something light and quick. The cooked cucumber is different and a good substitute for Cho-Cho too.
Continue reading Garlic Prawns with Spinach & Cucumber
This is one of my favourite hot salad dishes and one we just demonstrated at Plant Based Live over the weekend.
Our guests loved it!
Continue reading Fruity Caribbean Black Bean Supper
Serves 2 | Prep time 20 mins | Cook time 40 mins
Tofu can be really boring and uninspiring so we set about making it interesting and tasty in this wholemeal flan. My journey with pastry making has taken me to really appreciating wholemeal flour and how satisfying it is and of course normally better for you than white flour. Although if not careful you can get into problems with dryness and cracking you should be fine with this recipe, I have learnt to never be afraid of adding more water but do it in very small amounts at a time!
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Perfect for warm spring lunch on the patio! This is one of my easy to do lunches, quick and tasty, and filling enough to take you through to supper.
Continue reading Scrumptious Vegetable Medley
Spice up your Christmas leftovers with our amazingly tasty Turkey Coconut Curry dish. Transform your cooked meat into something special. Our turkey treat takes just 5 minutes to prepare and you can put your feet up while it cooks! Merry Christmas!
Continue reading Our Christmas Recipe – Turkey Coconut Curry
Here’s an island family favourite – Chef Bernie’s delicious recipe for this fragrant light soup appetiser with a mild tasting fish base. The recipe is part of our VIP Sauce Club Cosy Caribbean Autumn Recipe Book.
Continue reading Our Autumn Recipe – Fish Tea Appetiser
Our simple tropical canapé recipes can be quickly rustled up to wow your guests! Here are some ideas for you to try with our Tropical Range of sauces. Our sauces also make delicious easy dips which you can serve with a number of different crudités. Pop these together for a real wow factor. It’s well worth the effort – your friends will love them!
Continue reading Recipe of the Month – Tropical Canapés
We were blown away at Guildford Cheese and Chilli Festival when we received our fourth award in just 3 months! Our Guildford winner was our Sweet Pepper and Ginger Sauce, coming first in the Mild Sauce category.
Continue reading Chef Bernie wins 4th award in 3 months!
Watch the film for our complete menu for our Vegan Tropical Vegetable Medley Recipe & Raw Lime Dessert! Still eating it as I write this 🙂
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There is nothing nicer than prawns with rice’n peas Continue reading Tropical Garlic Prawns
I have to say this is one of the best curries we have eaten this year! I hear some of you saying ‘Banana Ketchup’ thats weird and we say yes it is but don’t knock it until you’ve tried it!
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So quick and easy check out our video to see just how easy Continue reading Prawn & Pineapple Kebabs
This is comfort food at its best! Caroline made this the other evening for movie night, I added some of my Very Hot Sauce you might want to try it both ways. Continue reading Chicken & Mash
This is the time for slow cooked casseroles, deep winter colours and food to keep you warm. The beetroot gives it extra colour and a tasty, slightly earthy flavour, just don’t wear a white T shirt when you are eating it.
Recipe serves two hungry people, best cooked in a slow cooker or casserole
Cook for 4 hours on high heat in a slow cooker, longer on a low heat OR casserole in the oven for 2 hours on 180℃
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This is a Caribbean one pot that we used to make back home it’s very filling and will keep you for the whole day. It’s a Caribbean equivalent to a British stew! If you want a more spicy version add a teaspoon of my very hot sauce. Continue reading Caribbean one pot with dumplings