Vegetarian recipes and info

Category - Caribbean Recipes

The Caribbean, famous for turquoise waters and gorgeous beaches, also offers a diverse range of cuisines. Regional techniques and ingredients, including coconut, plantains, beans, sweet potatoes, casava, chayote, are influenced by Indian, European, and African cuisines, among others.


Afro-VeganChef Bryant Terry is back with another vegan cookbook, this time a fusion of southern, African, and Caribbean cuisines. One of the things I really like about Mr. Terry’s books is that so many of the flavors and textures are new to me, so just paging through them is like reading the menus of a dozen new restaurants.

Caribbean Vegan

Caribbean VeganCaribbean cooking is more than just pineapple and coconuts – it’s an elaborate cuisine that has been influenced by many different cultures from all over the world. Taymer Mason’s Caribbean Vegan offers an excellent overview of this complex cuisine and makes it easy to enjoy authentic Caribbean food wherever you happen to live.

Fried Plantains

Fried plaintainsPlantains taste like bananas crossed with potatoes. Fried, they make a slightly sweet, starchy accompaniment to rice and beans.


GiraumonadeSpicy pumpkin purée from the Antilles.

Plantain Balls

Plantain ballsSweet and savory plantain balls.

Seitan Ham

Vegan hamSweet vegan ham made from seitan.

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