This is a relatively new recipe in Trinidad and can be likened to a spicy condiment paste of carrot and bitter melon along with prodigious hot chili peppers. No one is quite sure who or where it was developed, but it started out as a wedding condiment that represented the “hot” tongue and temper of a mother-in-law. It is served with roti and rice dishes and is now also a regular at most Hindu prayer meetings.
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