Triniprincess ...having a Carnival tabanca! :(

Resolve to have a great 2011 Spring by doing at least one new and fulfilling thing in April, May and June (read all 4 entries…)
Last day of the quarter.

June has been really interesting for me. Come 6 pm today I would have officially fasted for an entire month. Didn’t think I was going to make it at a point. It allowed new experiences and I’ve got something else to say I’ve accomplished in life.

Other stuff.
  • Smoothies from Coldstone! They were really good.
  • Learned to make Curry mango!
  • Visited my friend home…never been there before.
  • Went to the Hyatt Regency sports!
  • Learned how to change a car filter lol.

I honestly believe the next quarter is going to be AMAZING! Can’t wait for new and fulfilling life stuff!


~ John Lee ~ Spring Forth In New Opportunities

Curry Mango!

okay, now I am envious!

Triniprincess ...having a Carnival tabanca! :(


It indeed is a cause for envy. It’s good. I like mines really sweet. If you want I can send you a link for the recipe and you can try your hand at it. ???

It can be done with Pommecythere too :)

~ John Lee ~ Spring Forth In New Opportunities

I'd love the recipe!

Very curious to get it!

Triniprincess ...having a Carnival tabanca! :(

Curry Mango.

1 hot pepper
2 cloves garlic, chopped
5 mangoes (green)
2 tbsp amchar massala
1 tsp geera powder
2 tbsp water
2 tbsp salt
3 tbsp brown sugar (or to taste)
2 tbsp oil

Additional (optional) ingredients:
Leaves chadon beni

Cut the mango into stripes vertically. Remove the pieces of seed from the centre.

Boil the mangoes in some water for a couple minutes. After it’s colour has changed, drain the water from the mango and set the mangoes aside.

Mix the massala and geera powder with the 2 tbsp of water.

Heat the vegetable oil in a fairly deep pan and add the garlic. Allow that to cook for a few minutes, then add the slices of pepper.

Add the curry mixture of massala and geera powder to the pot and saute for 2 minutes.

Now add the mangoes and evenly coat them with the paste.

Add some water to the pot, then add the brown sugar. Bring to a boil and continue adding sugar, salt and pepper to your taste. I like mines really sweet so sugar tends to be my most use ingredient.

It is suppose to become a sort of thick sauce, like a paste. And that’s it!

(I hope I got this right).

nicolasc will be out of the picture a lot. Please don't take lack of response or reciprocation personally!

To me this sounds

so exotic and …wow! You Trinibagoians don’t seem afraid of using unripe fruits! My mouth puckers just thinking about it, but someday I’m going to try making this (and that green banana or plantain salad you once told me about…)

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