BAHAMA VEGAN BANANA BREAD
A hand of bananas, for cereal or smoothies and then they are too ripe what do you do? Throw them away you say? Mama would take us to task for wasting good food. So what do you do with them? Ripe or over ripe bananas make the best banana bread in the islands. For those who have chosen the vegan and vegetarian lifestyle you don’t have to be deprived of this truly scrumptious experience.
BAHAMIAN COCONUT/PECAN SWEET POTATOES
Sweet delight! After eating a delicious Sunday dinner all you have to do is find yourself a nice shady tree on the side of the house with your Bahamian Coconut/Pecan Sweet Potatoes, a blanket and eat to your stomach’s content. When it’s all done lay back and drift our into sweet slumber.
BAHAMIAN VEGETARIAN KIDNEY BEAN CRUMBLE STEW –V
This recipe hails from a son of the soil of the beautiful settlement of Fox town/Crown Haven, Abaco. Our neighbors invited me over one night for dinner – that’s how we do it in the islands and place this dish bursting with flavour, colour and vegetarian goodness on the table. He could not get my husband to leave.
In large skillet sauté onions, bell peppers, garlic, and thyme in oil. Add all other vegetables except tomatoes stir fry five minutes stirring frequently. In a separate pan with a little oil brown tomato paste on medium heat until caramelized add tomatoes, scotch bonnet and veggie crumble cook 2 minutes then add kidney bean. Combine veggie crumble with vegetables in large skillet add water and salt and pepper to taste. Simmer on low heat 15 minutes. Serve over rice, pasta or as a stew.
BAHAMIAN STYLE BOIL UP
This an awesome vegetarian/vegan dish. My grandmother would prepare this meal when she wanted a quick and easy meal. What she uses are vegetables from the garden.
BAHAMIAN CURRIED COCONUT KINDNEY BEAN
This delectable Vegan/Vegetarian island dish is a favorite of even non-vegetarians. Though originally from India curry has long been apart of the Bahamian diet.