Jamaican Fricassee Chicken (recipe)

Jamaican fricassee chicken is one of my mother’s favorite dishes. As a result I have submitted this recipe to FF#2: Your Mother’s Favorite Dish. ๐Ÿ™‚ The end result looks quite similar to Trinidad Stewed Chicken (something I should post soon!) but the taste is quite 

Trinidad Chicken Chow Mein (recipe)

Trinidad Chicken Chow Mein (recipe)

Chicken chow mein is a perennial fave of mine, especially with PLENTY of soy sauce ๐Ÿ™‚ It was another of the dishes that I made in February as part of my Year of the Pig menu ๐Ÿ™‚ Last year Trinidad celebrated the 200th Anniversary of 

Coconut Chicken Curry (recipe)

Coconut Chicken Curry (recipe)

I love recipes that come together in a flash with minimal prep and cleanup. This is one of those recipes and it was delicious! ๐Ÿ™‚ It comes from the GraceFoods.com website. For those who don’t already know Grace is one of the largest (if not 

Quick Coconut Chicken Pelau (recipe)

Quick Coconut Chicken Pelau (recipe)

Pelau is one of Trindad’s signature national dishes and I would argue its also our definitive one-pot meal. This is the meal that we make whenever we have informal gatherings (‘limes’) either at home, at a river or on the beach. It also feeds hungry 

Festive Chicken Fried Rice

What do you do when your pantry is nearing critical shortages and you only have a little bit of chicken in the fridge? Cook up a quick, filling, and EXTREMELY tasty fried rice! The mushrooms, chicken, and rice can all be prepared the night before 

The Ultimate Curry Chicken – Trinidad Style (video)

Few chicken recipes are as embedded into a Trinidadian’s culinary psyche as curry chicken. In the following video Chef DEX offers an entertaining and informative approach to his “Ultimate Curry Chicken” dish. Watch and become a pro as you follow his very spirited step-by-step guide 

Thai Chicken Salad (San Francisco Chronicle’s Top Recipe of 1986)

Thai Chicken Salad (San Francisco Chronicle’s Top Recipe of 1986)

This attractive salad from Bruce Cost has a wonderful interplay of bright, balanced flavors. The recipe calls for 1/2 teaspoon Sa-te oil or Chinese chile oil, but you can add a little more, if you like. Cost wrote for the Food section of the San 

Sicilian Chicken with Lemon, Mint & Almonds (San Francisco Chronicle’s Top Recipe of 1994)

Sicilian Chicken with Lemon, Mint & Almonds (San Francisco Chronicle’s Top Recipe of 1994)

This recipe is from Roving Feast columnist Marlena Spieler. She is the author of “The Islands in the Sun Cookbook,” Beggars’ Banquets: Recipes to Impress Your Friends That Won’t Break the Bank, The Vegetarian Bistro: 250 Authentic French Regional Recipes, Macaroni And Cheese, Jewish Traditions