Bahamian Baked Grouper Recipe
This recipe is great for grouper fillets, but you can also use it with tilapia. It's both healthy and flavorful! You don't have to love fish to love this dish. Serve it with rice and cole slaw to complete the meal.
This traditional Bahamian dish is served with a side of grits and bread or Johnny cake. Add lime and hot pepper to spice it up to your individual taste. It's delicious and surprisingly simple!
This is an authentic Bahamian recipe I was given on Bimini many years ago. This goes well with a nice salad, garlic bread and a bottle of good German white wine. If you like fish you will not have any leftovers!
Fish is simmered with corn, okra, pumpkin, and green bananas in this Caribbean-inspired soup that'll warm you up from the inside and out.
A crispy baked fish topped with a cheesy crab and pepper mixture. Easy to make, and nice to look at. This topping can also be used to stuff mushrooms. You may use any type of cheese that you like in this recipe - Italian cheeses work especially well.
Chef Robert Simpson learned how to cook during his childhood in Jamaica. His grandmother made this traditional fried snapper dish, topped with spicy, lightly pickled vegetables, known as escovitch.
Flounder fillets are topped with a savory medley of onion, bell peppers, citrus juice, and jerk seasoning in this Haitian-inspired dinner.
This authentic Jamaican recipe is really easy to make. It uses ripe plantains (which are a relative of the banana) as the filling. Enjoy!
Tilapia fillets are rolled in coconut-flavored bread crumbs with a special spice mix, then pan fried and served with mango-pineapple salsa for a Caribbean-inspired dinner. Most any mild, firm fish will work, and it's great made with scallops, too.