Hot and Fruity Caribbean Coleslaw - The Happy Foodie
A gorgeously sweet and spicy coleslaw to serve alongside barbecued meat. The flavours of the Caribbean in this coleslaw recipe from Levi Roots will add a zing to any BBQ dish you serve it with.
41 Stunning Edible Flower Recipes That Are Almost Too Pretty to Eat ...
1. Edible Flower Ice Cubes 2. Tea Sandwiches 3. Aviation Classic Cocktail Recipe 4. Spring Rolls 5. Microleave and Edible Flower Salad 6. Nordic Open-Faced Smoked Salmon Sandwiches
Hibiscus Lemon Curd Tart (+ Cocoa Crust) - Vegetarian 'Ventures
If you are a fan of lemon or hibiscus, you will love this lemon curd tart recipe, with cocoa pie crust and organic edible flowers.
Quesadillas con flor de jamaica
La flor de Jamaica se utiliza para hacer agua fresca, no hay necesidad de tirarlas después, puedes preparar estas quesadillas
Olallieberry + Hibiscus Pie
Happy 4th of July! It’s the perfect summer holiday, which means it’s also time for the perfect summer treat: homemade berry pie. Hibiscus and olallieberries are a match made in heaven. If…
Buss Up Shut Roti Made Easy!
Buss up shut or paratha roti as it's called in Trinidad and Tobago is very simple to make using the detailed recipe I've provided, with pictures to follow along. This sort of roti is very popular in the Caribbean, including Guyana. Learn to make trini style buss up shut roti.
Polenta Fries and Hibiscus Ketchup
In the summer, I make a lot of hibiscus infusion. It's delicious and refreshing.. the only downside is all the hibiscus petals thrown away. I kept saying to myself, "What a waste!" So I decided to reuse my hibiscus petals, blending with ginger and a little vinegar into a delicious ketchup for crunchy, golden polenta fries. Hibiscus is naturally tart and contains copious amounts of Vitamin C. Regular infusion intake can help lower blood pressure and protect body cells. You can buy dried…
CHERRY TOMATO, DRIED CHILLI & HIBISCUS SALSA
"We do not live an equal life, but one of contrasts and patchworks; now a little joy, then a sorrow, now a sin, then a generous or brave ac...
For this month's Tigress' Can Jam, Marisa at Food in Jars has declared the focus to be on herbs. An excellent choice that opened the doors up wide to experimentation. Herbs are what make hundreds of preserves into thousands of preserves. Their inflections bring about completely different flavors. To sound just vaguely drippy: herbs bring excitement. (I'm pretty excited. Drippy? Dorky? Maybe.) I have a bunch of herbal things to post, this is only the beginning, as they say, so stay tuned…
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