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Quote Audra Replybullet Topic: Salt Fish recipe
    Posted: 29 Oct 2003 at 7:40am

I'm not sure if I logged my last request in the right forum. Forgive me if this is a duplicate. I would like a recipe for Salt Fish  and another recipe for Okra and Spinach the way it is cooked on St. Thomas for Sunday morning breakfast.

Thanks for allowing me to post to your site,


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Quote Scott Replybullet Posted: 22 Nov 2003 at 9:37am

I found a recipe that is for Salt Fish.

Ackee and Saltfish  

Preparation Time:  1 hour 
Cooking Time:  12 minutes 
Serves: 6 Recipe 

  • 250  grams saltfish 
  • 1  medium onion 
  1. Put saltfish to soak in cold water for about 1 hour.
  2. Pour off water, add fresh water and cook until tender.
  3. Debone and flake saltfish. Meanwhile, allow Grace Ackees to drain. 
  4. Heat Grace Vegetable Oil and saute onion add flaked saltfish, ackees, and black pepper. 
  5. Toss lightly, cover and allow to stand over low heat for about 2 minutes.

Recipe Note: If bacon is not used, use oil.

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Quote rashouse Replybullet Posted: 25 Nov 2003 at 6:17pm

sister, are you cooking the okra & spinach "chop-up" together or you're doing them separate?

soak saltfish overnight, then in morning, rinse it of and boil until somewhat tender. cut up onion, garlic, sweet pepper, hot pepper, tomato, piece of fresh thyme, and celery.  fry in oil until tender, then add some tomato paste and a little bit of tomato sauce and a bit of water. once this is simmering, the saltfish is then chipped up in small pieces and added to the sauce....let it simmer until the saltfish has cooked through, add salt & pepper to taste.  if using whole okra, you should steam them first(whole), then add them to the saltfish "stew" just before completion. eat w/boil egg, butter bread and a piece of pear(avacado) with some bush tea :)

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