Pelau is a stew from Trinidad made with either beef or chicken. The unique flavor comes from searing the meat in caramelized sugar then simmering with rice, coconut milk, and pigeon peas. Serve accompanied by slices of tomato, avocadoes, or cucumber.
Pelau (or Cook Up).popular one pot Caribbean dish. Start with browning and carmelizing seasoned meat (chicken, beef) and adding rice, veggies and more seasoning cooked together. Some add browning to the pot.
Pholourie are basically little balls of split pea flour fried and served in a thin sweet chutney Condiments and Sauces (usually mango or tamarind). You can buy them in little paper bags with the Condiments and Sauces in a little plastic bag included.
Calypso Chicken_A Caribbean classic, especially in islands like Jamaica & Trinidad where calypso chicken is a very popular chicken dish. Though many of you might have your own versions of Calypso chicken, the recipe I’m presenting today is the unique way
This post was originally published on September It has been updated once since then. My father’s pelau is (not surprisingly) my favourite and has been a staple over the long Carnival weekend in my family, for as long as I can remember.