Peanuts are also known as groundnuts in the Caribbean.
Groundnut sugarcake is a crunchy traditional candy and a staple Caribbean yum-yum. Similar to peanut brittle, the addition of ginger and warming spices (nutmeg, cinnamon, clove, even allspice!) to the coating syrup over fresh roasted peanuts make ALL the difference!
Flour, butter, water and sugar. Simple ingredients make Kurma (also spelled Khurma) an addictive sweet crunchy snack of spiced fried dough tossed in a sugary glaze. It is a traditional East Indian dish that has been adopted and made with love across the region. Some recipes call for ginger and cardamom, others use fresh ground nutmeg and cinnamon…either way, it’s ALL good! BTW – you can’t eat just one…pack.
These Rice Cakes are not the same as marshmallow rice crispy treats. This is a crisp rice snack traditionally made from fried puffed rice and jaggery (dehydrated concentrated cane juice). Simple ingredients but packs a flavour punch in the mouth!
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