The tastes of Haiti are unique, and many are not found in their same form anywhere else in the world. Do you think it would be too difficult to learn Haitian cuisine at home? Take heart! These recipes will allow you to come as close as you can to recreating the wonderful dishes served in Haiti. Haitians are rightfully proud of the culture they protect, and food is one of the most visible ways one can experience their colorful, rich culture. Their food is AWESOME. And you don't have to travel to experience their dishes - just try some of the recipes in this helpful cookbook. Would you like to learn to integrate Haitian tastes into your recipes at home? In this book, you will learn to make dishes that come from Haiti, in the style known as kr้yol cuisine. It is a mixture of Spanish, African, French and indigenous ingredients, methods and dishes. From the staples of beans and rice to the meat and veggie stews that are so popular, you can make these dishes for your family and friends. The fish, chicken, beef and goat meats used in Haiti are suitably complemented with peppers, tomatoes, cabbage and plantains. You'll find Scotch Bonnet peppers in many dishes, and they lend their own type of heat to those meals. Check out the 30 Haitian recipes in this book. They are irresistible, and they're not difficult to make. Your family will absolutely love these new tastes, and dinner guests will be intrigued and impressed. Turn the page and let's cook Haitian!
What is it like to enjoy the native dishes of Haiti? What influenced Haitians to prepare their wonderful dishes? If you have never traveled to Haiti, you may not have a clear picture of their cuisine. You could have a sense, knowing that the country is in a tropical area, but many other countries have influenced their food. Haitian foods are Caribbean in taste, to a great degree, and their recipes utilize many of the ingredients indigenous to the area. It also is a Creole type of food, with a blend of many influences. They utilize mixed spices and roots, reflecting their African heritage as well as the complexity of the region. The cuisine of Haiti is sometimes lumped with that of other islands as being Caribbean in nature. But they have their own distinct flavors, too. They use peppers and herbs extensively. Typical dishes include rice with pinto beans, red snapper, marinade, onions and tomatoes. Traditional sauces in Haiti are thinner than that of Cuba and some other countries. They frequently eat chicken, beef and goat meat, as well as oxtail. Their meats are often cooked in marinades with many hot and spicy seasonings. From their meats and seafood to vegetables of all types, Haitian cuisine is delicious to eat and fun to prepare. Turn the page and let's cook like they do in Haiti...
Author: Grace Barrington-ShawPublish On: 2018-11-21
Author: Grace Barrington-Shaw
Publisher: Independently Published
Most Popular Haitian Recipes Quick & Easy! A Cookbook of Essential Food Recipes Direct from Haiti This Haitian cookbook focuses on 19 favorite dishes of the people of Haiti, authentic recipes that you will find if you walk into any Haitian home! Learn how to cook the most popular dishes of Haiti, all the favorites are here:
"50 Favorite Haitian Recipes is part of a series of essential recipe collections from the creators of national Caribbean culinary and travel series Taste the Islands. This collection includes the most polpular traditional recipes from the island of Haiti, many of which have inspired the gourmet culinary creations prepared on the television show"--Page 4 of cover.
Colombia is a country of vast exotic culinary creations and diverse territories that range from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean, producing a plentiful variety of seafood; to the Amazon, Magdelena and Cauca rivers that bathe its soils with fertility; and to the Andean mountains that present coller climates. The author travelled throughout these regions to collect the most authentic dishes. With over 175 recipes and a glossary of ingredients, cooks will become acquainted with many of Colombia's indienous foods, such as cilantro, tamarind, tree tomatoes, gooseberries and sweet and hot peppers.