Caribbean Desserts

by admin on January 3, 2011

Caribbean Desserts




Caribbean sunshine, tropical breezes, the turquoise sea, you can’t take them home with you, but you can enjoy the flavours of the Caribbean forever. One of the highlights of your island holiday is the food, the amazing variety of island specialties. The world lives in the Caribbean. Lured by the climate and the riches of the new world, Europeans, Africans, Chinese and Indian settlers made the Caribbean their home. Every culture brought their culinary masterpieces and adapted and refined them in this tropical paradise. Caribbean Cuisine and Vegetarian Cuisine, Caribbean Style, by Dr. Betty “K”, have gained international recognition. Acclaimed by islanders and tourists, these traditional recipes retain the exotic flavours of the originals, but have been adapted to the busy lifestyle of the author and today’s homemakers.

Caribbean Desserts is an exceptional collection of tropical treats. Succulent mango, refreshing lime, creamy coconut, tart/sweet papaya, spicy ginger, the flavours of Caribbean desserts range from light and exhilarating to rich and decadent. Sweet and Fruit Breads include Mango Nut Bread with Mango Sauce and Spicy Gingerbread with Vanilla Custard Sauce. Other desserts include Mango Cake, Lime Daiquiri Pie, Mango, Soursop and Papaw ice creams, Mango Mousse and Orange Charlotte, plus Gulab Jamoon, Rasmalai, Kheer and Peera. Tropical drinks, the perfect complement, round out these recipes Pina Colada, Rum Punch, Ginger Beer, Mauby and Mango Wine.;

6 x 9″; 6 colored photographs, perfect bound

User Ratings and Reviews

5 Stars Taking the Caribbean home
After two trips to the Caribbean I have fallen in love with the food and the people and the ambience and now I can enjoy the wonderful flavors and colors of Caribbean desserts all year long. Even reading the names of these recipes is a sensory treat, Ginger Beer, Mango Wine, Caramelized Mango Cream, Tropical Sundae with Ginger Lime Sauce, Mango Daiquiri Sorbet, Soursop Ice Cream, Ginger Creme Brulee, Tropical Chocolate Mousse, Gulab Jamoon, Rasmalai, Rum and Raisin Cake, Browm Sugar Chocolate Cake. I’ve made over a baker’s dozen of these recipes and they’re great. Now, whenever I get a yen for the Caribbean I’ll just pull out Caribbean Desserts.

5 Stars Taking the Caribbean home
After two trips to the Caribbean I have fallen in love with the food and the people and the ambience and now I can enjoy the wonderful flavors and colors of Caribbean desserts all year long. Even reading the names of these recipes is a sensory treat, Ginger Beer, Mango Wine, Caramelized Mango Cream, Tropical Sundae with Ginger Lime Sauce, Mango Daiquiri Sorbet, Soursop Ice Cream, Ginger Creme Brulee, Tropical Chocolate Mousse, Gulab Jamoon, Rasmalai, Rum and Raisin Cake, Browm Sugar Chocolate Cake. I’ve made over a baker’s dozen of these recipes and they’re great. Now, whenever I get a yen for the Caribbean I’ll just pull out Caribbean Desserts.

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