Caribbean Soups

Soups are a fundamental part of the Caribbean diet like sandwiches are part of the American lunch. In most Jamaica households soup is served religiously for supper on Saturdays. There are a few variations of soups throughout the Caribbean. West Indian islanders like their soups made with a main protein, loads of vegetables, roots foods, dumplings and finished with fresh herbs and spices. In the Spanish Caribbean Soups fall somewhere between the American broth and the English Caribbean stew. Hondurans add tomato paste and cabbage. Cubans opt for a herb infused broth with chunks of protein, potatoes and pasta. The various cultures and their methods are examined in this category. <img class="alignleft size-large wp-image-7020" src="" alt="beef soup cooking over a wooden fire" width="730" height="548" />


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