EXPLORE CARIBBEAN CUISINE
Famed for its crystal clear waters, uplifting music and breezy living, the Caribbean is a place we’d all love to lose ourselves in. It’s also home to the most vibrant food too, with the freshest ingredients, herbs and spices available on the doorstep of pure paradise. This abundance of freshness is transformed into the most mouthwatering hot sauces, fragrant marinades and cool chutneys that are unlike any others in the world.
TASTE OF CARIBBEAN
Rice is a beloved favourite in Caribbean cooking. In fact, one of the nation’s most iconic dishes is the simply delicious ‘Rice and Peas’ loved as much as a main as it is a side to beautiful meats, fishes, curries and more.
DID YOU KNOW?
The national dish of Jamaica is Ackee and Saltfish which can be eaten at anytime of the day and mainly eaten with white rice!
Caribbean music spreads such joy! From reggae to calypso, dancehall to dholak, there are many genres that will get you up and moving.
THE SIGNATURE FLAVOUR OF THE CARIBBEAN CUISINE
With the appearance of a banana and the taste of a sweet potato, Plantain is a uniquely delicious vegetable (usually fried and salted) that makes the perfect snack or side to vibrant Caribbean dishes.
WHICH RICE FOR CARIBBEAN CUISINE?
Each variety brings something different so choosing the right type of rice for your dish is important. Your meals deserve the best, so let’s take it to the next level and create authentic plates that impress.
For a simple and heart-warming Caribbean classic, only Long Grain rice — the original multitasker — will do. So, try our Easy Cook Long Grain and Golden Sella Basmati, known for its separate and robust grains which cooks up beautifully in Caribbean one-pot dishes.Explore rice for Caribbean cuisines
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As a multi-cultural brand, we’re proud to sit at the heart of dinner tables across a wide variety cultures and nationalities. We strive to continuously learn about different cultures, global cuisines and embrace life full of flavour! We’d love to hear from you on cultural insights, learn new recipes or find out about exciting ingredients. Please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org!Explore our range of recipes