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KreyolCuisine includes recipes from various Creole cultures. From Louisiana, to Haiti and taking a walk through the Seychelles, not to mention the countless other Creole colonies established during the many European explorations.
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A blend of onions, garlic, herbs, and other spices which is a used in nearly all Haitian food. Many Haitians keep a jar in their refrigerator at all times. It can even be added in recipes that do not call for it specifically.
This fresh salsa recipe is very easy to make with very few ingredients. It makes a healthy side dish with tortilla chips and great to with a fish dish.
We all love caramelized onions for their deep, sweet flavor. But South Americans give them a twist making them more than just toppings but the starting point of your meal. Try them atop sandwiches, tossed into salads or baked on your homemade pizza.
Better known amongst Haitians as Té Po Lay, this hot brew is very effective in relieving stomach pain, especially bloating. This recipe only calls for the skin of the garlic and not the actual garlic.
Use very old or mature avocados. The guacamole will be much more tasty, of course, provided that there is no rotten part.
Light and delicate, these macarons are reminiscent of the exotic flavors and the familiar fragrance of the Haitian Kremas.
A pizza where plantains replace the traditionaldough that can be be done fairly quickly. And omittingthe prosciutto, you get a delicious 100% veggie pizza.
The syrups sold in stores are not always the "real deal".Reading the list of ingredients will convince you that doing it yourself is the best thing to do.