Top 3 Trinidadian Recipes on TriniGourmet (April 2007)

Trinidad Doubles 1. Trinidad Doubles

Trinidad doubles is the ultimate local street food. Cheap. Hot. Hearty. Filling – recipe here

Trinidad Saltfish Accra 2. Trinidad Saltfish Accra

Here in Trinidad accra is a puffy fried dough ball, made of a highly seasoned dough into which shredded saltfish has been mixed. I?ǨѢve had it at weddings, gatherings, and of course bought it from street vendors. – recipe here

Trinidad Macaroni Pie 3. Trinidad Macaroni Pie

This dish is part of the traditional Trinidadian Sunday lunch and is also offered in cubed form at BBQs and other casual outdoor functions. Feel free to play around with the proportions. – recipe here

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  • http://www.rosas-yummy-yums.blogspot.com Rosa

    All this food looks really yummy, especially the first recipe! Mmmhhh…

    • http://www.TriniGourmet.com Sarina

      wow, thanks :D !

  • http://www.rosas-yummy-yums.blogspot.com Rosa

    All this food looks really yummy, especially the first recipe! Mmmhhh…

    • http://www.TriniGourmet.com Sarina

      wow, thanks :D !

  • http://www.aidanbrooks.blogspot.com Trig

    I’ve tried saltfish accra and macaroni pie, but I’m yet to sample a good double. I’m sure my time will come, Sarina

    • http://chennette.wordpress.com Chennette

      Trig, doubleS is also the singular :-) both you and the Travel Channel forgot to factor in the Trini grammar :-D

    • http://www.TriniGourmet.com Sarina

      hee yuh wukin’ yuh way thru de book :D

  • http://www.aidanbrooks.blogspot.com Trig

    I’ve tried saltfish accra and macaroni pie, but I’m yet to sample a good double. I’m sure my time will come, Sarina

    • http://chennette.wordpress.com Chennette

      Trig, doubleS is also the singular :-) both you and the Travel Channel forgot to factor in the Trini grammar :-D

    • http://www.TriniGourmet.com Sarina

      hee yuh wukin’ yuh way thru de book :D

  • Laurie Harry

    I was married for 30 years to a Trini – he passed away 5 years ago and I miss the food terribly. He was a terrific cook. Do you have a recipe for “punkin”, which is really butternut squash. It was mashed up with garlic and I don’t know what else. Also, I’d like recipes for curry channa and dall and rice.

    I’ve found similar recipes in Indian cookbooks, but their techniques are not Trinidadian. It’s an entirely different taste.

  • Laurie Harry

    I was married for 30 years to a Trini – he passed away 5 years ago and I miss the food terribly. He was a terrific cook. Do you have a recipe for “punkin”, which is really butternut squash. It was mashed up with garlic and I don’t know what else. Also, I’d like recipes for curry channa and dall and rice.

    I’ve found similar recipes in Indian cookbooks, but their techniques are not Trinidadian. It’s an entirely different taste.