An Unconventional Trinbagonian Callaloo Recipe

Chris De La Rosa from CaribbeanPot.com shares an alternative way of making classic callaloo soup as it's traditionally done in Trinidad and Tobago and the rest of the southern Caribbean. Instead of using the traditional dasheen bush (taro) leaves, freshly grated coconut milk and fresh from the sea blue crabs, we'll be using baby spinach,... Continue Reading →

Lera Fortune’s Callaloo Soup

So what is Callaloo? It is not exactly a dish that can be easily found on the menus of Miami restaurants but it is a simple, warm and nourishing soup that can be made at home. Callaloo (also spelled calalou, calaloo or kallaloo) is either a soup or a stew that is made with okra... Continue Reading →

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