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   Monday, August 31, 2015 

Vote for your Country in the Battle of the Islands! Pudding and Souse

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 Recipe      

Submitted by:
sandra
Privateer


INGREDIENTS:

  • Pork
  • Salt
  • Lime

METHOD / DIRECTIONS:

  1. Use what ever part of the pig you like, clean and boil with salt.
  2. While the pork is cooking, make pickle (see recipe below).
  3. After pork is cooked, drain and add lime to pork. (This is to allow pork to be have its own lime and salt flavor so it does not absorb too much from the pickle mixture and render it useless for when you place on breadfruit or pudding.)
  4. Of course, if you have breadfruit, cook and set aside.
  5. Not sure if you want pudding (sweet potato) but here goes.

SERVING SUGGESTIONS:

Serve with pickle.

Enjoy.

RECIPE NOTES:

 Recipe      

Pickle

INGREDIENTS

  • cucumber
  • parsley
  • salt
  • hot pepper
  • onion
  • sweet pepper
  • lime

METHOD / DIRECTIONS:

  1. grate cucumber, onion and sweetpepper
  2. chop parsley and pepper (not to much pepper unless you like it hot)
  3. mix 1 & 2 together lime and salt to taste
  4. set aside

SERVING SUGGESTIONS:

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RECIPE NOTES:

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 Recipe      

Pudding (Sweet Potato)

INGREDIENTS

  • sweet potato
  • seasoning (thyme, onion chive, marjoram or use ready made bajan seasoning from a bottle)
  • oil
  • sugar
  • butter
  • coloring (optional)
  • little salt to balance flavor

METHOD / DIRECTIONS:

  1. grate potato
  2. add all other ingredients
  3. set aside to 'draw' :-)
  4. taste add additional seasoning to flavor
  5. after flavor has been adjusted, place in bowl in a pot of boiling water, turning to cook top or place in a greased covered dish and bake in oven until cooked.

SERVING SUGGESTIONS:

 

RECIPE NOTES:

 


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sandra says:

No, vutje. I can't assist harmac. I'm finding recipes for CC.

Posted on 22áJaná2010 at 3:22pm | View Post in Forum

vutjebal says:

I think Sandy  can assist Harmac...COOKING  !!Big%20smile

Great Job....  Sandy
Posted on 22áJaná2010 at 7:29am | View Post in Forum

Scott says:

Thank you for submitting this and many other recipes.  I have added it to the recipe section. Smile

Posted on 22áJaná2010 at 6:53am | View Post in Forum

sandra says:


Pudding and Souse


Use what ever part of the pig u like, clean and boil with salt.

While pork is cooking make pickle

Pickle

cucumber
parsley
salt
hot pepper
onion
sweet pepper
lime

Method

1. grate cucumber, onion and sweetpepper

2. chop parsley and pepper (not to much pepper unless u like it hot)
3. mix 1 & 2 together lime and salt to taste
4. set aside

After pork is cooked drain and add lime to pork ( this is to allow pork to be have its own lime and salt flavor so it does not absorb too much from the pickle mixture and render it useless for when u place on breadfruit or pudding.)

Of course if u have breadfruit cook and set aside.

Not sure if u want pudding ( sweet potatoe) but here goes.

Ingredients

sweet potatoe
seasoning ( thyme, onion chive, marjoram or use ready made bajan seasoning from a bottle)
oil
sugar
butter
coloring (optional)
little salt to balance flavor

Method

1. grate potatoe
2. add all other ingredients
3. set aside to 'draw' :-)
4. taste add additional seasoning to flavor
5. after flavor has been adjusted, place in bowl in a pot of boiling water, turning to cook top or place in a greased covered dish and bake in oven until cooked.

Serve with pickle

Enjoy!!



Posted on 21áJaná2010 at 5:59pm | View Post in Forum

sandra says:

Pudding and Souse


Use what ever part of the pig u like, clean and boil with salt.

While pork is cooking make pickle

Pickle

cucumber
parsley
salt
hot pepper
onion
sweet pepper
lime

Method

1. grate cucumber, onion and sweetpepper

2. chop parsley and pepper (not to much pepper unless u like it hot)
3. mix 1 & 2 together lime and salt to taste
4. set aside

After pork is cooked drain and add lime to pork ( this is to allow pork to be have its own lime and salt flavor so it does not absorb too much from the pickle mixture and render it useless for when u place on breadfruit or pudding.)

Of course if u have breadfruit cook and set aside.

Not sure if u want pudding ( sweet potatoe) but here goes.

Ingredients

sweet potatoe
seasoning ( thyme, onion chive, marjoram or use ready made bajan seasoning from a bottle)
oil
sugar
butter
coloring (optional)
little salt to balance flavor

Method

1. grate potatoe
2. add all other ingredients
3. set aside to 'draw' :-)
4. taste add additional seasoning to flavor
5. after flavor has been adjusted, place in bowl in a pot of boiling water, turning to cook top or place in a greased covered dish and bake in oven until cooked.

Serve with pickle

Enjoy!!

Posted on 21áJaná2010 at 3:27pm | View Post in Forum

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