Pork Perfection: 4 Caribbean Pork Recipes
Souse comes in many forms, depending on where in the Caribbean you go. This classic Barbadian recipe pairs souse, in this case pickled pork, with a savory pudding made from steamed sweet potato and spices. If you want a truly authentic experience, use pigs feet, ears, snout, and tongue instead of the shoulder. This is a dish best served cold. Try your hand at Bajan Pudding & Souse.
This is a melt-in-your-mouth classic Cuban pork dish. The pork is slow-cooked in simmering water and spices for over an hour to achieve incredible tenderness, and then sliced and sautéed in olive oil with dry adobo spices, garlic, peppers, and you guessed it- lots of onions! Click here for the Montuno recipe.
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