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#184923 - 12/05/05 02:17 AM Belizean Receipes  
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Several have asked for Belizean receipes and the following are a few that were asked for. Good place to request other receipes others may have or some of us in Belize might be able to share with you.

#184924 - 12/05/05 02:21 AM Re: Belizean Receipes  
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3 cups flour
1/2 to 1 tsp salt
3 tsps baking powder (level)
1-1/2 tblsps shortening
1-1/2 cup water
vegetable oil for deep or shallow frying

1 Sift flour in mixing bowl. Add baking powder and salt.
2 Cut shortening into flour.
3 Add water to make a soft but not sticky dough.
4 Knead lightly on floured board.
5 Cut into rounds. Let rest for 30 minutes or more.
6 Flatten and cut each round in 4-6 pieces.
7 Heat frying pan. Add fat.
8 Fry on each side until golden brown. Serve hot. Good for breakfast

optional: add fruit or ham/chicken/beans/cheese/eggs in dough before frying

#184925 - 12/05/05 02:22 AM Re: Belizean Receipes  
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2 lbs flour (all purpose)
4 ozs. shortening (1/2 cup)
4 ozs. margarine (1/2 cup)
6 level tsps baking powder
1 tsp salt 5ml 2 cups milk (coconut or evaporated milk) or dried milk add water

1 Wash hands-collect all ingredients.
2 Sift dry ingredients. Heat oven to 400 F/205 C.
3 Add margarine and shortening-Use finger tips or cut fat into flour with a knife.
4 Stir in milk gradually-stir with a wooden spoon. Mix well to form a manageable dough.
5 Roll out into a long strip-cut into 1-1/2"-2" size pieces.
6 Shape into round balls-Put on greased baking sheets.
7 Flatten lightly and prick with a fork.
8 Bake in hot oven until golden brown.

#184926 - 12/05/05 02:30 AM Re: Belizean Receipes  
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(many variations)

6 cups all purpose flour
6 tsps baking powder
2-1/2 cups of sugar 450g
pinch of salt
1 tsp cinnamon powder
1 tsp grated nutmeg
6 ozs (3/4 cup) shortening
2 ozs (1/4 cup) margarine
1-1/2 cups coconut or evaporated milk
3 tsps vanilla
1/2-1 cup raisin (optional)

1 Grease baking sheet.
2 Sift flour, salt and baking powder.
3 Add sugar, cinnamon powder, and grated nutmeg. Mix together.
4 Add shortening and margarine. Cut into flour mixture or rub in with fingers.
5 Add vanilla and milk. Mix with wooden spoon.
6 Add raisins. Mix well.
7 Use dessert spoon and drop by spoonful on greased baking sheet.
8 Bake on middle or top shelf at 375 F. for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown

#184927 - 12/05/05 02:35 AM Re: Belizean Receipes  
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CORN MIXTURE: 1 lb (16 ozs) ground corn (450g) 1/2 small round recardo (RED SPICE IN BELIZE, GOOGLE IT TO FIND THE CLOSEST SPICE WHERE YOU LIVE)
2 tablsps water (30ml)
FISH MIXTURE: 8 ozs cooked fish (mixed) 225g
2 small onion (finely chopped)
1 tsp salt (5ml)
1/2 tsp dried oregano (2ml) 1/2 tsp thyme (2ml) 1 tbsp margarine (15ml)

1 In a bowl put fish and all ingredients.
2 Mix together to combine.
3 Heat frying pan (skillet) add margarine and saute fish for about (5 minutes) set aside.
4 Prepare corn by dissolving recardo in water.
5 Add to ground corn. Mix with clean hands.
6 Take small pieces and make in small balls about 1-1/2" to 2" in size.
7 Flatten balls on a piece of clear plastic (Plastic from bread bag is suitable).
8 Add about a teaspoon of fish filling. Fold over corn (as if making patties).
9 Seal edges well. Fry in hot fat. Turn once. Use as a snack.

#184928 - 12/05/05 02:38 AM Re: Belizean Receipes  
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2 lbs all purpose of bread flour (8 cups) 900g 1/2-3/4 lb brown sugar (1 cup)
225g 6 tsp yeast 30ml or 2 tblsps instant yeast
2 tsp sugar 10ml
3/4 cup warm water 200ml
1 cup raisins (optional) 250 ml
4 ozs shortening (1/2 cup) 125ml or 1-1/2 sticks margarine
2 tsp vanilla 10ml
1 tsp nutmeg 5ml
1 tsp cinnamon 5ml 1-1/2 cups milk 375ml 1 egg beaten

1 Set yeast (put to rise). Water temperature should be 100 to 115 F.
2 In deep bowl. Put flour, sugar, seasoning. Make a hole in the centre.
3 Melt shortening or margarine add milk and essence (warm slightly). Do not boil.
4 Add yeast to warm milk. Add milk mixture to flour. Mix with a wooden spoon until it holds together, knead and put to rise.
5 Knead again on a floured board.
6 Cut into 6-8 pieces. Form into round balls. Flatten slightly. (Put in greased baking pan). Let rise until double in size.
7 Preheat oven 350 to 375 F/180 C.
8 Bake for 30-40 minutes until brown all over or has hollow sound when tapped on the bottom. Cool on wire rack.


#184929 - 12/05/05 02:46 AM Re: Belizean Receipes  
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(variation. powder bun varies tremendously, the ingredients are quite different. Though all that I have tried are so delicious!)

Recipe Courtesy of:
Mr. & Mrs. Milford Hendy
M & H River Camp & Ranch


4 cups flour
2 cups brown sugar
2 eggs
1 stick butter
1/4 cup shortening
2 tablespoon baking powder
1 small can of evaporated milk

Sift flour, sugar, baking powder, nutmeg, cinnamon and mix well.
Melt butter and shortening together and set aside.
In a dish, beat eggs and vanilla then add to dry ingredients along with melted butter and shortening.
Add some evaporated milk and knead to a stiff dough.
Roll into little balls and press on cookie sheets.
Bake for 20 - 25 minutes at 350 degrees until golden brown.

#184930 - 12/05/05 02:51 AM Re: Belizean Receipes  
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4 tazas de masa de maíz
¼ de kg. de carne de cerdo molida
3 cucharadas soperas de harina
3 cucharadas soperas de manteca
1 cucharada cafetera de polvo de hornear
1 jitomate
½ cebolla
½ taza de queso añejo
2 dientes de ajo
1 pieza de lechuga
- aceite para freír
- sal

Remojar el jitomate con agua caliente. Pelar y picarlo finamente.

Freír la carne de cerdo hasta que se dore. Agregar el jitomate molido, el ajo y la cebolla picada. Añadirle sal. Dejarlo en el fuego hasta que se reseque.

Mezclar la masa con harina, la manteca, el polvo de hornear y sal; amasarla con poca agua. Formar unas tortillas pequeñas.

Para formar los salbutes, freír las tortillas en aceite o manteca bien caliente hasta que se inflen. Escurrir el exceso de grasa.

Levantar la piel de la tortilla, rellenar con la carne y adornar con el escabeche, lechuga y queso rallado. Servir con frijoles negros refritos.

#184931 - 12/05/05 08:05 AM Re: Belizean Receipes  
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Just a note; cool A women's (church, I think) group put out a wonderful Belizean recipe book about 25 years ago. I know Mrs. Freeman sold me one, but I lost it in our house fire. Maybe someone could find out where it was printed and do a reprint? smile

#184932 - 12/05/05 11:34 AM Re: Belizean Receipes  
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ke....ya got one for coconut cookie deals that they sell at the litle grocery store in front of Lily's kinda, on the main street....there is also a guy who walks around selling them with cashews....I'd love to get my paws on that one. Thanks, CB

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