Learn how to make Epis, the key ingredient in Haitian cooking, in this episode of#TastyTuesdays with Chris De La Rosa of CaribbeanPot.com. With variations throughout Haiti, this Epis seasoning is the version I like and can be used as a base for personalizing your own recipe. Epis is used as a seasoning in many Haitian dishes, including meats, seafood, stews, soups and even vegetarian and gluten free Caribbean dishes.

You’ll Need…

Bell Peppers (various colours / med)
3 scallions
10 sprigs thyme
1 scotch bonnet pepper
3/4 – 1 cup olive oil
3/4 cup chopped parsley
5 shallots
2 stalks celery

Optionally you can add a large onion, cloves, bouillon cube, salt and the juice of a lemon.
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