This recipe is in Loving Memory of Cooking Magic TV Presenter Dame Gwendolyn Tonge. Auntie Gwen as she was fondly known wrote one of the first collection of Antiguan & Barbudan recipes with her traditional Cooking Magic books.
A delectable pan-seared red snapper, served with Antiguan pepperpot, banana ketchup, plantain crisp and locally grown sundried tomatoes.
Quick and easy Caribbean inspired side dish.
Tangy pastry tart with a sweet finish.
Dill shares the stage with garlic.They both have “bacteriostatic” or bacteria-regulating effects. In addition bacteriostatic properties, dill is a very good source of calcium
Christophine is rich in amino acids and vitamin C. For centuries
people on our islands have used it to lower high blood pressure.
Healthy Caribbean soup with an unusual twist.
Breadfruit is rich in fibre and research shows that regular intake can reduce the risk of diabetes and keeps it under control.