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    Smile Re: TRINIDAD RECIPES>>>>

    Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!!

    Specially for the "sweet bread", that's the one she always tell me about!!!
    Yes, I want to cook for her, I hope it'll work.
    So, I checked the ingridiens and it shouldn't be a problem to get them over here.
    Right now she's in Trinidad, but when she come back (which is before Christmas) that'll be my welcome-back.


    I'll let you know if it taste


    actuallly I'm more the "smoking-type-of-person" ( ) but maybe the punch will work out to make cold winter-nights warm???
    let's see!
    Last edited by orange_gal; November 28, 2004 at 03:24 AM.

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    Default Re: TRINIDAD RECIPES>>>>

    actuallly I'm more the "smoking-type-of-person" ( ) but maybe the punch will work out to make cold winter-nights warm???
    let's see![/QUOTE]

    smoke dont make me choke orangegal. dont hurt nothing just tak an easyback aiight enjoy the holidays and recipes..
    Life is short, and it's up to you to make it sweet.

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    Default Re: TRINIDAD RECIPES>>>>

    do you have anymore punch drinks girls? Im looking to have alittle sometin and i would like to have some good punch and drinks.
    You know how we do it

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    Default Re: TRINIDAD RECIPES>>>>

    im not the bartender in the family but i will see what i can find Mesinya. i have been chillin on the drinking for awhile now. I do drink alittle something on holidays and special occassion. Virgin drinks are still nice as long as they dont have to much sugar. Do you like egg nog?
    Life is short, and it's up to you to make it sweet.

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    Default Re: TRINIDAD RECIPES>>>>

    Coconut bake

    Coconut bake is made by almost every Trinbagonian and is a must on a breakfast table. When there's no
    bread around it is a quick way to come up with a substitute.

    Ingredients:

    1lb 8oz Flour
    1 Grated Coconut*
    1 1/2 tsp Salt
    2 tbls Sugar
    2 tbls Butter
    2 tbls Shortening
    1 tbls Yeast
    1 tbls Baking Powder
    1 3/4 cups Water

    Method:

    Mix together, flour, baking powder and yeast
    Add butter, shortening and the grated coconut
    Dissolve sugar and salt in the water
    Add water mixture to the dough and knead properly
    Let it stand for 10 minutes, then roll out into 9" rounds
    Place onto baking tray and let stand for another 10 minutes, then prick with a fork all over the surface
    Bake at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes


    this is a great recipe, to have with your moring tea.
    experience in life has taught me that all that you know....is not all that you can know.

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    Default Re: TRINIDAD RECIPES>>>>

    You making me hungry!!!

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    Default Re: TRINIDAD RECIPES>>>>

    Quote Originally Posted by F.L.E.X
    You making me hungry!!!
    Hungry so early man...you have your tea?
    experience in life has taught me that all that you know....is not all that you can know.

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    Default Re: TRINIDAD RECIPES>>>>

    How about a macaroni pie recipe?

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    Default Re: TRINIDAD RECIPES>>>>

    Quote Originally Posted by F.L.E.X
    How about a macaroni pie recipe?
    Ingredients

    1 pack macaroni
    salt, white pepper to taste
    3 eggs, beaten
    cheese, grated
    flour
    evaporated milk
    stock ( from bouillon cube, if fresh is not available)
    butter

    Method

    Preheat oven to 375 degrees

    1) Bring a lage pot of salted water to the boil and add macaroni. Boil until " al dente" and strain in a sieve
    with running cold water ( this will stop the macaroni from continuing to cook and getting too soft )

    2) Grease an ovenproof baking dish

    3) Prepare a white sauce by melting about 2-3 tablesps. butter in a saucepan, adding 2 tablesps. flour until the
    mixture forms into a ball
    ( do not let it get brown). Now quickly add alternatively, evaporated milk and prepared stock until it forms a
    smooth white sauce. Add a little salt and white pepper to taste and the grated cheese ( the amount of cheese
    varies to your taste)

    4) Put macaroni into the prepared baking dish, pour white sauce over it and top with more grated cheese.
    Bake in pre-heated oven for about 40 mins, or until light brown on top.



    Remember to share when you make it now.
    My friend have this website you look for it on google Rupa's Kitchen and Rupa's Home page. You will find lots of information on it.
    experience in life has taught me that all that you know....is not all that you can know.

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