This popular fried bread is often eaten for breakfast with Buljol (salt cod fried with onions and tomatoes) and is also an important component of the traditional Trini sandwich “Shark and Bake”. It can be a good accompaniment to any dish that is traditionally served with biscuits. Most Trinidadians make a simple dough with flour, baking powder, and salt, but I find I like the flavor the butter imparts when cut into the dough.
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