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Caribbean Food Made Easy with Levi Roots by Levi Roots

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  • Jamaican pot roast

    • sharifah on April 21, 2014

      This was very delicious - the beef was tender, and the sauce/gravy was really nice. Much better than a normal French style pot roast. I used chicken stock cube instead of beef, only because I ran out. I added an extra 100/150 ml of chicken stock when I added the vegetables, which took slightly longer to cook than the 40 minutes he said. Definitely a dish I would make again.

  • Martinique coconut chicken curry

    • jammydodger on June 14, 2014

      Absolutely delicious and packed with vegetables. I used a normal chilli rather than the called for scotch bonnet, and it wasn't very hot at all. The Scotch bonnet would probably take it up a notch, but without I suspect this would be a good dish for children.

  • Puerto Rican chicken and rice

    • nicolepellegrini on March 12, 2015

      Filling, tasty, easy-to-make one dish meal. Be sure to season it well as the recipe says otherwise it can taste a little bland.

  • Rub-a-dub venison

    • nicolepellegrini on July 22, 2015

      Used this spice rub on some thin venison cutlets, which I then only grilled for about 2 minutes so they wouldn't overcook. Was surprisingly flavorful for a rather modest spice mix. I did want some extra steak sauce of some kind with the meat, though.

    • nicolepellegrini on June 01, 2018

      Made this again with thick venison steaks instead of cutlets, which I had soaked overnight in milk before using the rub on them. Once again a very nice flavor from the rub. (And this time I had some steak sauce on hand to complete it!)

    • Carol.Furness on August 10, 2014

      I made this with rib-eye steak as venison was out of season. There doesn't seem to be much of the rub, but it was enough to give a lovely taste without overpowering. Delicious.

  • Shar's coleslaw

    • nicolepellegrini on March 19, 2019

      Made this with a bag of broccoli slaw in lieu of shredding the carrots, cabbage & red cabbage. Very nice and fresh change of pace from typical cole slaw; I look forward to making this in the summer with fresh corn, possibly grilling it first for even more flavor.

  • Hot sweet potato wedges with jerk butter

    • nicolepellegrini on December 28, 2013

      I've made this several times and it's a great way to spice up sweet potatoes...just be careful not to overdo the spices as it can be hot!

  • Caribbean mash

    • Carol.Furness on August 10, 2014

      Lovely and great as a change to normal mashed potatoes. Will be making this again.

  • Lamb, pepper and pineapple kebabs

    • NikkiPixie on November 30, 2015

      These were fabulous: what an amazing marinade, very simple too. Didn't use the banana in the kebabs though, a little bit too crazy for us....

  • Banana, pecan and pumpkin seed muffins

    • sharifah on September 20, 2012

      This has now become my favourite and best banana muffin recipe!! I halved the amount of pecans because as I weighed it, I thought it was too much so I only put in 40g instead of 85g. As my OH is lactose-intolerant I substituted the milk with light soya milk. And I'm also pleasantly surprised that the best banana muffin that I've tasted (and made) has come from a Levi Roots book. I shall be making this again and again!

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  • ISBN 10 1845335252
  • ISBN 13 9781845335250
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  • Published Aug 04 2009
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 192
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Octopus Publishing Group
  • Imprint Mitchell Beazley

Publishers Text

In the BBC2 programme, "Caribbean Food Made Easy", Levi Roots travels around the UK and the Caribbean and reveals how delicious Caribbean food can be prepared at home with easy-to-prepare, mouth-watering recipes using fresh, healthy and readily-available ingredients. The show, made by BBC Scotland, will consist of four 30-minute prime-time shows from 8-8.30 pm, including 3-4 dishes per programme. The accompanying cookbook includes 100 delicious Caribbean recipes, including all of those that appear on the TV programme.

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