Baron Green Seasoning
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You guys, after sharing my Carribean Marinade recipe I knew I had to share my Green Seasoning recipe. It is the way I have seasoned food over the years! It is one recipe you want to make and keep in your fridge so you can use it to drastically improve on the taste of meals. I’ve read that celery is also widely used in Guyana’s green seasoning. Barbadian friends tell me that cinnamon is sometimes thrown in the mix as well.
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Want to know the secret to delicious Caribbean food? It’s in the marinade! Trinidad green seasoning is a staple meat marinade in Caribbean dishes. Use it to season your meats, scrambled eggs, tofu and more. What is green seasoning? I use this seasoning to marinate meats/fish to grill and in my Bean Stew, Jollof Rice, Potato Hot Pot, Poulet DG and much more. So I keep a big jar of this green sauce in the fridge then I add spoonfuls of it to my meals. It is so good!
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Due to the unprecedented impact of the Covid-19 virus and exceptionally high demand for our service your deliveries will take longer than usual. Basically, there are as many different ways to make green seasoning as there are islands in the Caribbean Sea. So, if you can’t get your hands on a bottle of Chief or Baron’s, you can make your very own by following simple recipes like this one from our friend, Chris, at CaribbeanPot.com.
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Place chopped celery, parsley, basil and ginger root in a blender. Add peeled garlic and oil then blend into a paste. From our favourite stews to the wonderful exotic curries, green seasoning lays the foundation to that signature Trini-Caribbean taste. When meats are marinated with this mixture of fresh aromatic herbs the results are amazing. The green herbs permeates down to the bones of the meats when it is properly marinated and only then, you can really attempt to make any of the other Trini -Caribbean dishes with success. I particularly like this recipe, and all of Chris’s recipes for that matter. He does a great job of suggesting replacements for unique island ingredients not easily found outside of the Caribbean. It’s a great resource for West Indians in exile, or anyone keen on bringing Caribbean flavors to wherever they call home.Blender. My Ninja BL660 blender is a professional grade for a moderate price and that’s what I used to blend this. Today's recipe, is Green Seasoning which, to me, is the real secret behind our Trini cooking. The ingredients can be found throughout the Caribbean and so this flavouring is also a favourite throughout the Caribbean. When we're making green seasoning here in Trinidad and Tobago, everyone has their own way of making it. The ratios of some of the ingredients may differ but no matter how it's made one thing remains the same, it's green and it's delicious. In fact I knew of a guy that loved green seasoning so much that he used to eat it between two slices of bread. Yes! It could be that delicious sometimes to some people. Green Seasoning: The Signature For a Trini-Caribbean Dish
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Cover in a bowl with plastic wrap and marinate in the fridge for up to 24 hours or grill immediately. What is Big Leaf Thyme... Spanish Thyme is what we call Cuban Oregano...it does get confusing, eh? And, is small leaf thymethe Mediterranean kind?Some of the ingredients: onions, garlic, celery and pimento peppers (seasoning pepper). Chop the above ingredients and add to chive, big leaf thyme, chadon beni and Spanish thyme. Add some of the ingredients, ½ cup of water and about ¼ cup of vinegar in the blender.