This is a dish that is served throughout Panama. It is heavily spiced and garlicky. Serve with rice and avocado. Recipe does not include four hours marinating time.
In the United States, when we think of a vinaigrette, we think of a salad dressing. In this recipe the vinaigrette is more like a leek salad – no lettuce!
This is a bright yellow rice resembling gold and thus symbolizing good fortune and wealth to whomever it is presented. The color comes from turmeric, but it also delights in subtle flavor from coconut milk, kaffir leaves, lemongrass, and ginger. This version is adapted from “Cradle of Flavor Cookbook” via Arousing Appetites Blog. Continue reading
Bahamas answer to lemonade and/or limeade. Continue reading
This drink is named after the rum that it was originally made with – Afrohead Rum. If you cannot find this particular rum, you can use any good, clear rum. Continue reading
Similar to a Tequila Sunrise but made with vodka and rum. Continue reading
Switcha is the Bahamian version of a limeade/lemonade drink. This version is spiked with vodka. Continue reading