Pulped Eddoes Recipe Barbados

Pulped eddoes are one of those authentic Bajan dishes you will find in a local's home for a Sunday lunch! One of the many ways we Bajans eat eddoes, is "pulped". This means the eddoes are cooked with lime and pepper to taste!

Here is the recipe for pulped eddoes:


1 cup of eddoes 3 TBSP fresh lime juice  1 small onion (grated)  Fresh pepper to taste 1 TSP Salt 1/2 TSP Scotch Bonnet (minced) Water to boil


1. Wash the raw eddoes thoroughly and remove the fines 'hairs' on the...

Frizzled Salt Fish Recipe Barbados

Frizzled Salt Fish is a dish made in every household in Barbados, this delicacy is an alternative use of the salt fish typically associated with Bajan fishcakes. We have the recipe for you to try!  


1 lb salt fish a pinch of black pepper red pepper (finely diced) clove of garlic (finely diced) sprig chive(finely diced) 1 onion (finely diced) Sprig sweet marjoram 1 large tomato (finely diced) Bottle of Olive Oil


Soak salt fish, squeeze dry and pound finely Boil fish...

Bajan Bakes Recipe Barbados

There's nothing better than waking up to the smell of Granny's homemade bakes, it makes your heart smile. In Barbados, we eat these bakes or muffins mostly for breakfast, but you can eat them anytime of the day! These bakes can be eaten with cod fish, fishcakes, porridge, cheese or just plain butter! 

Here's the recipe for good ol' fashioned Bajan homemade Bakes:

Ingredients: 1lb Flour 1 tbsp Baking Powder 1-2 tbsp Sugar 1 grated Nutmeg A Pinch of Spice A Pinch of Salt 1 tbsp Almond Essence 6-8 oz Water 1/2 cup of Corn or...

Recipe for Rum and Coconut Water

When in Barbados it is a must to try coconut water! Coconut vendors can be seen throughout the island of Barbados along roadsides with high piles of coconuts and water to quench your thirst as you go by. Its a very refreshing beverage especially in the tropical island of Barbados. How about Coconut water with Rum? Even more delicious! Here in Barbados, we produce the finest rum from 1703, making Mount Gay Rum the oldest existing brand of rum in the world for many years and it is loved by locals and tourist alike!

Here's how you do it! Combine Mount Gay dark rum and ...

Pelau Recipe Barbados

Although traditionally Trinidadian, Pelau is in fact quite popular and eaten in many households across Barbados! Pelau is a one pot dish and is perfect for entertaining as you can make it days in advance and just warm when ready to eat; it actually becomes tastier with age. The dish can be cooked with any meat or meat combination and the entire meal is flavoured with burnt sugar. Pigeon peas, fresh coconut and fresh herbs are what make this dish extra special and bursting with real Caribbean flavour. Here is our recipe we would like to share with you! It may seem long and daunting for many...

Breadfruit cou-cou recipe from Barbados

Ohh the comfort that breadfruit brings. Its, hearty, creamy and oh so wholesome! Today we decided to feature a dish that is very popular among us bajans - breadfruit cou-cou. This dish uses breadfruit as opposed to cornmeal (in our traditional cou-cou) and due to this has a slighty different texture. Breadfruit Cou-Cou is particulary good with saucy meat dishes such as beef stew, chicken stew, creole salt fish, baked mahi mahi etc. Below is a recipe my grandmother used. It is simple but oh is it tasty. 


1 large breadfruit (Peeled and cut into 8...

Christmas Ham in Barbados

During the holiday season in Barbados, nothing comes to mind more than ham, it is practically synonymous with the word Christmas. Once cooked right, there is nothing quite like eating a ham covered in honey mustard and clove right out the oven. The comfort it brings is without reason. Today we thought we would share a family recipe which has never (ever) failed us!



7 KG Ham (skin on)1 Cup Water1/4 Cup Whole Cloves4 TBSP French Mustard1.5 TSP ground Clove6 OZ of Pureed Pineapple Chunks and Juice2 TBSP HoneySalt & Pepper to taste...

Conkie recipe barbados

Remember a little while back we talked about the one and only conkie of Barbados? Today, we thought as part of our celebration of independence we would share with you the recipe so maybe, if you are daring enough that is, you could try making your own conkies. Take a look below! 


 2 cups corn flour1/2 cup flour3/4 lb finely grated pumpkin6 oz margarine/shortening melted3/4 lb sweet potato3 cups grated coconut1 egg1 tsp salt4 oz raisins3/4 lb brown sugar1 cup whole milk1 tsp spice1 tsp freshly grated nutmeg1 tsp almond essence*Banana, Plantain or Fig...

Screaming Papaya

With halloween just around the corner we thought we would turn our bottoms up segment this month into a fun "spooky" themed one.  Who would does not like Halloween - the dressing up, the candy and better yet the parties. If you are throwing a little Halloween shing-dig why not add a little 'tropical' to it with some Barbados rum and papaya! What is more Halloween than orange and black and what is more tropical than papaya or as we say in Barbados "paw paw". Take a look at the recipe below! 


Ingredients0.5 Papaya (...

Bottoms up: Pomegranate cooler in Barbados

Its Wednesday and yes, we are thirsty already. We usually wait for the weekends, but this Wednesday we decided to cool ourselves down with some fresh pomegranate and of course ..rum. Perfectly balanced with sweet honey and slightly tart pomegranate, this tropical cocktail sums up our definition of divine; plus it is just as stunning on the eyes as it is on the tastebuds. 



2 OZ dark rum2 TBSP honey1 cup Pomegranate juice1/8 cup brown sugar1 TBSP fresh lemon juice10-15 fresh mint leaves1 cup seltzer water2 TBSP pomegranate seeds