Fresh Mango Shake – Nevis Recipes

Mango Shake Recipe - Nevis Island

Fresh Mango Shake Recipe – March 16, 2008 – Newcastle, Nevis – Recipe courtesy of June France – 1 small mango (8 oz) quartered, pitted, and peeled, 3/4 cup non-fat plain yogurt, 1/3 cup orange juice, 1 Teaspoon fresh squeezed lime juice, 1 Teaspoon Nevis honey, 2 ice cubes, Blend ingredients until smooth. Mangoes are sweet, creamy fruits that have a range….

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Carrot Punch – Caribbean Recipes

Carrot Punch Recipe - Nevis Island

Carrot Punch – A Healthy and Refreshing Drink – Carrot Punch Recipe Ingredients, 1 lb Carrots, 1 pt Water, 1 pt Soy Milk, 3 Tb Silken Tofu, 1 Ts Rosewater ½ Ts grated Nutmeg, Cane Sugar to taste, Carrot Punch Recipe Method: 1. Peel and grate the carrots. 2. Add the grated carrots to the water. 3. Strain the mixture through a sieve lined with cheesecloth…

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Sea Moss Drink Recipe – Healthy & Refreshing

Sea Moss Drink Recipe - Nevis, WI

Sea Moss Drink Recipe – Cover Point Bar – Sea Moss Drink Recipe Ingredients – 1 Pound Sea Moss, 1 Lime, 1 Cup water, Angostura bitters, 1/2 small can sweetened condensed milk, Grated nutmeg, Sugar To Taste,
Sea Moss Drink Recipe Preparation:, 1. Soak sea moss with lime juice overnight. 2. Wash thoroughly and cook in pressure….

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Golden Apple Fruit Drink Recipe

Golden Apple Health Drink Recipe

Golden Apple Drink Recipe – (Ambarella Fruit) – Golden Apple Drink Recipe Ingredients: 8 Ripe Golden Apples (Ambarella), 4 Pints Water, 4 Tablespoons Over-proof Rum, 1/2 tsp. Cinnamon Extract, Sugar to taste,
Golden Apple Drink Recipe Preparation: – 1. Wash and peel apples (save peel), dice apples into small pieces. 2. Place peel…

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Ginger Beer Recipe – Caribbean Christmas Recipes

Ginger Beer Recipe - Nevis Island Christmas

Ginger Beer Recipe – Nevis Island Christmas – Ginger beer ’s origins date back from the colonial spice trade with the Orient when having the control of the species was a symbol of power. It was popular in Britain and its colonies from the 18th century and with time it spread around Europe arriving even all the American continent.

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