My mom makes a banging Jerk Tofu! Trust me friends when I say, I’m a meat lover and there is nothing that excites my pallet more than red meat but magic fingers mom has mastered Jerk Tofu and I look forward to eating this delicious delight every time she sets it on the table! “If you don’t know, now you know!” Jerk Tofu is the BOMB! Words of a meat eater!
11HAUZ will be catering in Park City, at Park Silly Sunday Market and L’Oakley Grown Community Market in Utah! Jerk Tofu will be on our signature menu! If you’d like a taste come check us out!
We will be posting market days/calendar in an upcoming blog post!
Growing up in Jamaica, Roti was not a common household name! Nor do I remember eating it at all to be honest! Roti is a Caribbean/Indian Recipe. Roti is a flat, round bread cooked on a griddle. Some Roti recipes incorporate dal puri (chickpea/Lentil). Roti is usually served on the side or wrapped with a meat of your choice (preferably curry dishes) or veggies.
This sweet, flat, moist bread can tantalize any taste bud! I’m addicted to this tasty treat myself! We try not to cook it much at home because of it’s addicting properties, flavors! “Call me the Roti monster!” Words of MekaDayz Hamil, Roti Specialist!
Here at 11Hauz we specialize in making our own Roti! We would love to share this amazing recipe with you but cant! What we can say is, we will be catering in Park City, at Park Silly Sunday Market and L’Oakley Grown Community Market in Utah and this will be on our signature menu or you can google an awesome Roti Recipe! If you’d like a taste, contact us 🙂
As a child, I looked forward to Sunday breakfast or dinner each week. My reason, Fried Sweet Plantains! We were served 1 or 2 slices for breakfast or dinner! Although 1 or 2 never satisfied our starving palettes! Receiving 1 was prized beyond many other Belly Full servings.
In our family, plantains are cut in an oval shape:
Plantains, bananas mother. Is sweet, delicious, tasty, down right mouth watering! The texture can be soft or compressed. Slices, thin or thick. Fried until golden brown or dark! No matter your poison, plantain never fails to satisfy in flavor or texture!
Have you tried fried Plantain? If not, take the opportunity to check for it in your local market! Happy Plantain frying!