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Pan Fried Fish Recipe




Preparation Time5 minutes

Cooking Time5 minutes

Servings6 persons



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This easy fried white fish takes only minutes to prepare and will please even the pickiest of eaters. This recipe makes delicious pan fried fish with a beautiful golden brown coating. Have it with green salad leaves and ENJOY!

 

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Easter Chez Elaine; Rum Steak and Pina Coladas

Ahhh Easter in Barbados. Wouldn’t that be nice? Just reminiscing about a wonderful honeymoon spent in the Caribbean six rather busy years ago having just celebrated an anniversary with Mr Friedlander.

Caribbean Recipes

Bring the Islands to your kitchen with these Caribbean Recipes, all from the EatingWell website! http://www.eatingwell.com/

 
Caribbean Recipes

Escape to the tropics with these island-inspired recipes.
Caribbean food abounds with the fresh flavors of pineapple, rum, lime and plenty of spices. Enjoy jerk chicken, fresh fruit salad, ‘Ti punch and more island favorites in this collection of healthy…

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Roasted Root Vegetables

This week, I’m cooking parsnips. I’ve adored them since childhood - especially when roasted. Although some people think parsnips are just pale carrots, they are not exactly the same, despite belonging to the same family. One common trait is the ability to boost serotonin in the brain. Parsnips are a good source of vitamin C and dietary fiber and their rather unique and sweet taste is very much enjoyed this time of year - on their own or when combined with other seasonal vegetables. This is a lovely warming dish for the colder temps. Enjoy!

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Pumpkin Shrimp Recipe


Preparation Time15 minutes

Cooking Time40 minutes

Servings2 persons



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The combination of pumpkin and shrimp may seem unusual but this can be a surprisingly, delicious, fantastic fall lunch or dinner which everyone can enjoy. Pumpkin shrimp recipe is easy and really simple to make.

 

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Roasted Root Vegetables

This week, I’m cooking parsnips. I’ve adored them since childhood - especially when roasted. Although some people think parsnips are just pale carrots, they are not exactly the same, despite belonging to the same family. One common trait is the ability to boost serotonin in the brain. Parsnips are a good source of vitamin C and dietary fiber and their rather unique and sweet taste is very much enjoyed this time of year - on their own or when combined with other seasonal vegetables. This is a lovely warming dish for the colder temps. Enjoy!

Read more: http://www.fitnessrepublic.com/recipes/roasted-root-vegetables.html

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Coconut Dessert Recipe




    Preparation Time15 minutes

    Cooking Time30 minutes

    Servings



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    These are easy and best cookies to make for Christmas or other holidays. You will immediately fall in love with their unique flavor. Enjoy the time with crunchy coconut cookies.



    Colombo : A staple in Caribbean food

    What is Colombo powder ? 

    Colombo powder is a blend of various spices, used in Guadeloupe and Martinique brought by the Asian community in the 1920’s. It contains cumin, coriander, mustard seeds, cloves, turmeric and roasted rice as a thickener. It does look like your typical yellow curry powder but there’s a secret ingredient manufacturers won’t share with the public that gives it such a unique taste. Like the masala or “ras el hanout”, colombo powder results from the evolution of an original recipe and includes Caribbean flavours. The Colombo powder can be cooked with chicken, goat, shark or pork. It can also be used with vegetables. Don’t be afraid to pinch a little Colombo in any of your dishes.   Want to try it ? We have selected this easy and delicious recipe with Colombo. Try it and don’t hesitate to give us a feedback!    Mussels Colombo


    Ingredients : 
    2 courgettes, 8 shallots, 6 garlic cloves, 350ml dry white wine, 227ml pot double cream, 1 tablespoon colombo powder, 32 mussels - cleaned and debearded-, 30g butter, handful of chopped parsley, handful of chopped spring onion

    How to make it : 

    In a large saucepan, cook shallots and garlic in simmering wine until translucent. Stir in cream and Colombo powder. When sauce is heated through, add mussels. Cover, and steam mussels for a few minutes until their shells are open wide. With a slotted spoon, transfer steamed mussels to a bowl, leaving the sauce in the pan. Discard any unopened mussels. Whisk butter into the sauce. Turn heat off, and stir in parsley and spring onions. Serve immediately.

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    Roasted Root Vegetables

    This week, I’m cooking parsnips. I’ve adored them since childhood - especially when roasted. Although some people think parsnips are just pale carrots, they are not exactly the same, despite belonging to the same family. One common trait is the ability to boost serotonin in the brain. Parsnips are a good source of vitamin C and dietary fiber and their rather unique and sweet taste is very much enjoyed this time of year - on their own or when combined with other seasonal vegetables. This is a lovely warming dish for the colder temps. Enjoy!

    Read more: http://www.fitnessrepublic.com/recipes/roasted-root-vegetables.html

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    Roasted Root Vegetables

    This week, I’m cooking parsnips. I’ve adored them since childhood - especially when roasted. Although some people think parsnips are just pale carrots, they are not exactly the same, despite belonging to the same family. One common trait is the ability to boost serotonin in the brain. Parsnips are a good source of vitamin C and dietary fiber and their rather unique and sweet taste is very much enjoyed this time of year - on their own or when combined with other seasonal vegetables. This is a lovely warming dish for the colder temps. Enjoy!

    Read more: http://www.fitnessrepublic.com/recipes/roasted-root-vegetables.html

    fitnessrepublic.com
    Roasted Root Vegetables

    This week, I’m cooking parsnips. I’ve adored them since childhood - especially when roasted. Although some people think parsnips are just pale carrots, they are not exactly the same, despite belonging to the same family. One common trait is the ability to boost serotonin in the brain. Parsnips are a good source of vitamin C and dietary fiber and their rather unique and sweet taste is very much enjoyed this time of year - on their own or when combined with other seasonal vegetables. This is a lovely warming dish for the colder temps. Enjoy!

    Read more: http://www.fitnessrepublic.com/recipes/roasted-root-vegetables.html