Grenada is sometimes known as the “spice island”. Tropical flavours seep from its forested mountain landscape and many of Grenada’s famous spices make their way into Oil Down, the country’s mouthwatering national dish. Oil Down is a mild and slightly sweet coconut and vegetable stew that is best cooked slow and enjoyed hot. For an authentic Caribbean taste, we have included “spinners and sinkers” in the kit. These super easy-to-make local dumplings are warm, comforting, and incredibly moreish.
- A handcrafted Grenadian spice mix
- Caribbean peppers
- Organic coconut milk
- Caribbean dumplings mix
- Easy recipe card
You need to add:
- A medium onion (diced)
- 3 small carrots (chopped)
- A big bunch of spinach (chopped)
- 2 celery stalks (chopped, optional)
- Serves 2
- Cooking time 50 mins
- Mild spice
Ingredients: organic coconut milk 400ml, all purpose flour, cornmeal, habanero peppers (dried), salt, turmeric, black pepper, coriander seeds, yellow mustard seeds, fenugreek, all spice, cumin seeds, ginger powder, paprika.
Contains gluten, coconut, mustard seeds