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   Wednesday, September 23, 2020 

Trinidad and Tobago Flag Brule Jol (Trinidad)



Preparation Time: 20 minutes
Cooking Time: 10 minutes
Serves: 3-4
Country: Trinidad and Tobago


medium onion
    2  medium tomatoes
    1  small scotch bonnet pepper
    1  medium carrot
    1  lime/lemon
    1  egg
    225  gram salted fish
      tsp. white pepper
    4  Tbsps. olive oil
    1  avocado pear


1. Chop onion and tomatoes. Slice peppers, grate carrot, juice lime/lemon, boil egg and set aside.
2. Boil salted fish and remove from water. Cool and remove (pick) bones, then break into small pieces (shred).
3. Heat oil. Saute peppers, tomatoes, onion and pepper.
4. In the case of boneless saltfish, you may boil, cool and flake into small pieces.
5. Add lemon or lime juice.
6. Combine saltfish, egg and sauteed vegetables for 2 minutes. Remove from frying pan and place on a plate.
7. Garnish with lettuce, avocado pear (Zaboca) and grated carrot.

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