Top Rated Caribbean Recipes

Osso buco
This dish combines traditional Italian osso buco flavors with Anguilla’s tradition of making stews. The concept came from the members of our kitchen staff here at CuisinArt Resort & Spa who grew up on the island; they noticed my seasoning, sautéing vegetables, adding water, and cooking for 90 minutes, and then adding the meat, like you would when making a stew.Fungi is a cooked cornmeal paste, very similar to polenta, that is well-loved in the Caribbean. Chef La Guenan substitutes in traditional polenta in this recipe.
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Caribbean Cake with Peanut Butter Frosting
"A sweet cake to present to family or friends, who come over for a visit." — Jay Christian, author of Hollywood Celebrity Recipes.
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These sweet tropical flavors may not transport you to sunnier climes in the literal sense, but it makes it easier to imagine that you’re there.
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lobster tails
St. John chef Mathayom Vacharat uses local spiny lobster in this dish that he served at the St. Croix Food & Wine Experience. 
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During one spring break, my family and I took a cruise around the Caribbean. While we were on the ship, my grandmother mentioned again and again how tasty flying-fish sandwiches are. We thought she was crazy to believe in flying fish! True enough, when we got to Barbados, we saw some flying fish. These fish actually jump out of the water, fly for a short distance, fall back into the water, and then do it all over again. Later that day, we visited a restaurant in a little shack on the beach. Of course we ordered flying-fish sandwiches, which were crispy, flaky, light, and delicate. Obviously, we don’t have flying fish in the United States, but those memories inspired me to create my own version of the fish dish. I wanted to take the flavors of the Caribbean and incorporate them into my own tacos.
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Mike's Caribbean Spiced Ribs
We took several Caribbean trips in order to do our due diligence to the rum trade. On each we picked up bottles of rum from duty-free that are not readily available in the States, and we also purchased some extras to serve at our end-of-the-summer party. Although we fed our guests plenty of appetizers, we could not keep these ribs on the platter as they came sizzling off the grill — our friends were standing around waiting to grab the red-hot pork off Mike's tongs. They are steamed first and then finished on the grill, which accounts for their moist interior and crispy exterior. Click here to see Take a Trip to Fire Island with a Cookout.
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lazy gourmet
Pumpkin with a kick! I haven't tried this yet but looks interesting. Made for ZWT 5.
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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
From the land of the 'pina colada', a sweetened coconut and pineapple filling rolled into pancakes and topped with a warm custard sauce.
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Betty Crocker
Make this tropical entrée in your microwave oven for a quick-to-fix main course.
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Robert Rothschild Farm
2 lbs. Chicken, 1 inch cubed 1 cup Pineapple, cubed 1/2 cup Bell peppers, cubed 1/2 cup Onion, cubed 1/2 cup Robert Rothschild Farm Caribbean Jerk Rub 1/2 cup Oil
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dicentra
Southern Living.
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Smarz325
This recipe combines spicy, sweet, and salty with a definite Caribbean flair. The multigrain chips make it a heartier and healthier dish, and add a wonderful nutty flavor. Chicken can be subbed for the shrimp, but increase the cooking time as necessary. Serve with sour cream and picante salsa.
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