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My grandmother came up with this recipe to use up some larger than life marrow that came from her garden. You can use courgette if you haven't any marrow. Also a nice way to use up those leftover bananas!
This is the recipe for Jamaican Hard Do Bread (hard dough bread). You'll love this simple white bread that is just slightly sweet. Enjoy this like you would any other white loaf.
Try this tropical jam warm over pancakes and waffles, or spread on toast when it's cool.
These flour tortillas are easy to make, chewy and absolutely delicious. Enjoy them as fajitas or stuff with sandwich fillers for a satisfying wrap.
A ginger biscuit with added coffee flavour.
Mexican avocado spicy dip served with tortilla chips. Can also use as a topping for jacket potatoes or serve on the side with fajitas or enchiladas. I like it spicy but tend to make it milder when entertaining as not everyone likes it hot.
Plantains can only be eaten cooked. Fried plantains are a traditional treat in Latin America and many other parts of the world. Overly ripe plantains work best for this recipe. If you want a savoury experience, serve these with salt. If you want something sweet, serve with sugar and cinnamon.
This is a warming Brazilian chicken soup made with rice, carrots, tomatoes and lardons.
Authentic mango margaritas make an impressive party cocktail. Or simply serve on a balmy Sunday afternoon!
A tamale is a Mexican and Native American dish consisting of a soft cornmeal (masa) dough filled with meat, cheese or vegetables, then steamed. This recipe is for a flavourful pork filling. If you are making your own tamale dough, you may want to reserve 250ml of the stock before draining - it makes delicious tamales. You can always use this pork filling for tacos, burritos or enchiladas, as well.