Tarte a l’ oignon (Onion pie)
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Tarte a l’ oignon (Onion pie)

Bechamel sauce ingredients 1 cup of evaporated milk 2 tbsp of flour 1 tbsp 1/2 of solid, cold butter Onion preparation ingredients 4 white onions 7-8 tbsp of…

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Macaroni Au Gratin
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Macaroni Au Gratin

INGREDIENTS: 1.5 (16 oz) macaroni packages 1 whole onion, diced 2 Maggi® chicken broth cubes 2/3 Velveeta® cheese block, cut into small cubes 1 carnation milk 1/2 cup…

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Marinade (Fritters)
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Marinade (Fritters)

INGREDIENTS: 1 shallot, minced 1/2 onion, chopped 1 garlic clove, crushed 1 scallion, chopped 2 cups of water 1 tbsp of Adobo 1 tsp of black pepper 2…

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Chiktay Aran So (Smoked Herring Chiquetaille)
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Chiktay Aran So (Smoked Herring Chiquetaille)

This dish needs to start being prepared at least one day in advance. Serves : 3 Ingredients: 1/2 cup of oil 1 Purple onion cut into cubes 2…

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Pate Kode
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Pate Kode

Ingredients 2 cups of all-purpose flour 1 tsp. of salt 1 cup of cold water 2 cups of oil for the filling: Anything of your choice, here is…

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Haitian Spaghetti
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Haitian Spaghetti

Ingredients 1 lb thin spaghetti 1/2 lb spicy pork sausage (Can also use hot dogs or Turkey sausage) 1 small onion sliced 1/2 green bell pepper diced 2…

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Moving Haiti’s rustic, rum-like clairin to market
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Moving Haiti’s rustic, rum-like clairin to market

LEOGANE, Haiti –  Haiti’s most famous export is Barbancourt, a delicately flavored, carefully aged rum that’s considered among the best in the world. Then there’s its rustic cousin…

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Bannann Douce (Sweet Plantain)
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Bannann Douce (Sweet Plantain)

  INGREDIENTS: 3 large ripe yellow plantains. Plantains must be (very) black skinned! 2/3 cup vegetable oil, or lard (to cover half the thickness of plantains in the…

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Labouyi Bannann (Plantain Porridge)
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Labouyi Bannann (Plantain Porridge)

One of the many foods Haitians eat for breakfast is Labouyi Bannann (Plantain Porridge). If you have never had Labouyi for breakfast than you are missing out. Porridges…

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Dous Makos (Haitian Fudge)
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Dous Makos (Haitian Fudge)

Ingredients 2 Cups of sugar 1/2 Cups of Whole Milk 1 Can of sweetened condensed milk (14 ounces) 8 Tbs of butter 1 tsp vanilla extract 1/4 tsp…

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