Creole Caribbean Spice Paste & Recipes

For quick and easy Creole dishes with meat, fish and vegetables

Creoolse specerijenpasta

Creole spice paste contains all spice, ginger, star anise, tomato.

History of the Creole cuisine

The Creole Caribbean cuisine is the result of the combined ingredients and recipes of the former African slaves and slave traders from Spain and Portugal. The native inhabitants. These inhabitans how use plantain and tubers like sweet potatoes and cassava.Their salted, dried and smoked products made the journey with them to the new world. They are very well suited to be kept in the warm and moist climate of the Caribbean. I

With the Sorgh & Hoop vegan Creole spice paste it is easy to create delicious authentic Creole dishes with fish, meat or vegetables.

Creole Recipes

For inspiration to make your own fast and easy authentic Creole dishes with vegetables, poultry, meat, fish or shrimp.

Base Preparation Creole Spice Paste

Recipe for 4 persons, not spicy.

This base preparation only takes 15 minutes,

bereiding Creoolse specerijenpasta

Put some oil in a pan with some chopped onion. Optionally add some garlic. Fry until the onions are translucent.

bereiding Creoolse specerijenpasta

Add the spice paste. Let it fry at high heat for a short moment.  That way you release all the flavors.

bereiding Creoolse specerijenpasta

Add your produce. This could be meat, vegetables, poultry or fish. The finer it is chopped, the faster it will cook.

bereiding Creoolse specerijenpasta

If you like some sauce, add two tomatoes. Leave to simmer for about 10 minutes until they are  fully dissolved.

Nutritional Information

Creole Recipes

Creole Stir-Fried Vegetables

In the recipe below, I use a ready made Mexican vegetable mix, but you can use any mix you like. Or make your own vegetable mix using bell pepper, green beans, (frozen) peas, or even mushrooms, zucchini and kidney beans.

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Creole stir-fry strips with salad

This dish with the Creole Spice Paste is great for lunch or dinner. Make this quick Creole stir-fry of strips of meat with this fresh salad and Creole barbecue sauce and let everyone fill their own wrap or pita bread.

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Creole Barbecue Spare Ribs

My husband is hooked on barbecue and can spend all day doing this. His spare ribs with Sorgh & Hoop's Creole spice paste are a real crowd pleaser. The "low & slow" Cowboy barbecue means the classic 3-2-1 method: 3 hours of smoking, 2 hours of steaming and then another 1 hour of slow grilling. So it takes him about 5-6 hours to do this, but it is really worth it. You do need a good somewhat larger kettle or kamado barbecue for this, and a good temperature gauge.

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Creole Mackerel

Have this Creole mackerel with cassava, baked sweet potato or oven fries. The dinner party can begin. Serve with a fresh red onion pickle or a boiled egg if desired!

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