Pineapple salsa, jerk seasoning, mango salsa and subtle spices bring more than a touch of the Caribbean to Delia's tropical recipes. Pure enjoyment...
Chicken and rice is always a really satisfying combination - with the addition of a bit of Cajun spice it becomes even better!
Spicy jerk seasoning is a brilliant way to bring the sunshine taste of the Caribbean to everyday foods such as pork or chicken. The grilled pineapple salsa adds yet another tropical element to this summery recipe.
Tilapia - also known as St Peter's fish - hails from the Caribbean, hence Delia's tropical and exotic salsa accompaniment. Serve one fish per person.
Rum-soaked fruit and bananas are combined in filo pastry for this wonderful strudel, which looks hugely impressive when served. Add some vanilla ice cream for a dessert to die for!
With its explosion of colour and flavours, a spicy mix of Caribbean spices, coconut milk, beef and vegetables brings this vivid, tasty dish to life!
Rum-soaked raisins and rum in the syllabub mean that this recipe has an alcoholic kick to it… A really lovely dessert that's easy to make and will go down a treat.
Fruit salad with a kick, based on a Caribbean cocktail of rum, fruit juices and spice: a mouthwatering way to end a summer meal and a good recipe when entertaining.
A dead simple recipe this, with a wonderfully exotic combination of textures and flavours. Perfect for serving to friends.
As Creole cooking only ever uses green peppers (and the colour’s nice), I’ve included a fresh pepper here. Otherwise, the equivalent amount from a jar of roasted peppers can be used without detracting from the end result.
This cake, originally from the sugar-and-spice island of Jamaica, has sadly become a factory-made clone, but made at home it’s dark, sticky, fragrant with ginger – the real thing.
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