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Popular Recipes

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Pineapple upside-down cake

Pineapple upside down cake is always a hit. It looks pretty and this recipe is quick and easy to make.

Pineapple upside-down cake

Cod cakes

Use panko and a touch of Dijon to create perfectly flaky and tender cod cakes.

Cod cakes

Taso

For Haitian, taso is mostly made with beef or goat occasionally with turkey. This version offers the distinctive and delicious flavor of the meat.

Taso

Creole Meatballs

The best recipe for meatballs to do and enjoy. Goes well with white rice and sos pwa.

Creole Meatballs

Djon-Djon Rice

Diri ak djon djon is Haitian Creole for rice with mushrooms, is a native dish of Haiti. It is essentially a meal consisting of rice and edible black mushrooms called "djon djon". The meal is more common in the northern region of the country and therefore can be considered a regional delicacy.

Djon-Djon Rice

Caribbean Sweet Potato Bread

A sweet and delicious fall and winter treat, this sweet potato bread is a great dessert to share with kids.

Caribbean Sweet Potato Bread

Lambis

This is a traditional Haitian recipe that is made with conch, this wonderful shellfish that is delicious but so hard to find out from the Caribbeans.

Lambis

Kremas

An alcoholic drink with a sweet, creamy texture originally from Haiti. With patience, impossible to miss this recipe.

Kremas

Haitian Fritters

Enjoy this special appetizer recipe. Don't eat too much of them as that fill you up pretty quickly.

Haitian Fritters

Haitian Patties

An Haitian delicacy, these are pastries filled with beef inside, but the filling can be replaced by chicken, vegetable mix or any other type of your liking.

Haitian Patties

beef and Eggplant Legume

A native Haitian dish made with meats such as beef, goat or pork with cabbage and eggplant, and also crabs. It is usually served with grain like rice, Mayi moulin (Corn flour) .

beef and Eggplant Legume

Mauby

A refreshing non-alcoholic concoction that has many virtues. In times of great heat the mauby is a very pleasant drink that is found all over the Caribbean.

Mauby

Mayi Moulen

For many Haitians, cornmeal is another staple of Haitian cuisine that is eaten just like rice. This basic Mayi Moulen (Mayi Moulin) recipe is great as is or with sos pwà or smoked herring.

Mayi Moulen

Diri kolé ak pwa

Diri kolé ak pwa is the national rice in Haiti. Rice and beans became an everyday staple for Haitians during slavery when these grains were two of the few items fed to the slaves by their owners.

Diri kolé ak pwa