Haitian Pikliz (Spicy Cabbage Slaw) - International Cuisine 2 cups shredded cabbage 1 large carrot 1 cup bell pepper (green, orange, red) 1 onion 2 scallions 6 scotch bonnet peppers or to your heat tolerance 4 cloves garlic 1 teaspoon salt 12-14 peppercorns 4 cloves 2 cups vinegar or enough to cover ingredients. Use white or apple vinegar ½ lime juice
Tassot is a popular Haitian meat dish, traditionally made with goat, however this can be substituted with beef. I chose to use lamb, as it is quite similar in flavour to goat. Tassot is usually served with Sauce Ti Malice (a spicy sauce), fried plantains and Diri Et Pois Coles (rice and beans) or Diri …
Savory Thoughts - Haitian Tasso (Steak Bites, Fried Beef Tips, Beef Bites). Haitian Tasso is famous in Haiti. In other parts of the world they are called steak bites, fried beef tips, or beef bites. I call them mouthwatering! Not to mention they are gluten-free!
Riz Djon-Djon - (Ree Jon-Jon - Haitian Black Mushroom Rice) Riz Djon-Djon is a very popular Haitian dish, and remains a personal favorite among the Haitian communities in America. The dish draws its name from the small djon-djon black mushrooms that are native to the island. This dish is made with jasmine rice, dried shredded mushroom (djon djon), shrimp (optional), green peas, spices and coconut oil. Mostly serve as a side dish to be accompanying with a meat dish (griot-fried pork or tassot-fr