Trini' Saltfish Buljol (stewed salted cod fish) Recipe

This is one of the historically popular foods of my county, and it is 'mimicked' throughout the Southern Caribbean. It is very tasty, easy to make and usually eaten with ground provisions, fried bakes/stove-top roasted bakes/oven-baked coconut bakes, 'sada' roti or even rice. "Bakes" are special breads (African heritage), and "Sada" (East indian heritage) is similar to pita bread.




NB. Several recipes like this can be found online.
Trini' Saltfish Buljol (stewed salted cod fish)

Ingredients

1/2 lb boneless salted cod fish
1 cup tomatoes (freshly chopped)
1/3 cup onion (freshly chopped)
2-3 cloves of garlic (freshly chopped)
1/3 cup sweet peppers (freshly chopped)
1/3 cup carrots (freshly chopped)
1/3 cup pimento/chilli peppers (freshly chopped)
freshly ground black pepper (to taste)
3-4 tbsp Olive oil
Parsley (to garnish)
A few slices of Avocado (to complement)

Directions

1. Boil the fish until it's cooked, then shred into small pieces.
2. In a medium sized pot/pan, heat Olive oil on a low temperature before adding in all of the ingredients except the fish. Let them sauté (covered) at a medium temperature until almost fully cooked.
3. Add in the shredded fish and stir everything together. Add a little water, if more moisture is needed.
4. Let the contents simmer (covered) at the same temperature, for about 3 minutes.
5. Remove from heat and allow to cool for about 5 minutes.

Notes

a. Serve with bread, rice or any of the other sides mentioned previously.
b. Complement with a few slices of Avocado, and garnish with a few sprigs of Parsley.

Prep Time: 7 minutes
Cook Time: 7 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Number of Servings: 4
Yield: As much as you want, based upon the size of your serving.
Style: Latin American, Caribbean

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