Learn how to make pork chow with the help of Caribbean cookbook author Chris De La Rosa. Pieces of pork are marinated in herbs, then fried until golden brown, cut into bit sized pieces and finally tossed in a spicy pickle base. Based on the recipe for making mango chow in Trinidad and Tobago, this version is simply made with tender pieces of fried pork and it’s a great dish to serve when having some adult drinks. In Trinidad and Tobago this would be considered “cutters” (snacks when drinking) as you’d find Tapas in Spain.

You’ll Need…

1-2 lbs pork
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1 tablespoon Caribbean green seasoning
1 teaspoon grated ginger
1/4 teaspoon black pepper

Juice 1 lemon (or lime)
1 scotch bonnet pepper (more if you want it more spicy)
1 clove garlic
2 scallions
1 tablespoon chopped Shado Beni (or cilantro)
1/2 small red onion
pinch sea salt
pinch black pepper

Green seasoning Recipe: http://caribbeanpot.com/how-to-make-the-green-seasoning-paste-thats-so-unique-to-caribbean-cuisine/

More Caribbean recipes can be found at http://www.caribbeanpot.com

Get my latest cookbook, The Vibrant Caribbean Pot – 100 Traditional And Fusion Recipes Vol 2 @ http://www.CaribbeanPot.com/book/ or Amazon @ http://www.amazon.ca/Vibrant-Caribbean-Traditional-Fusion-Recipes/dp/0992050502

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