Trinidad Sada Roti is a kind of flatbread that can be found in Trinidad and Tobago and eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner usually with a variety of vegetarian side dishes as well as meat dishes. It originated as a result of the Indian indentured labourers that were brought to Trinidad to work in the sugar plantations. Sada Roti is the Trini version of pita bread, naan and chapati. It is also made in other parts of the Caribbean such as Jamaica, Guyana and Suriname.
Trinidad Coconut Bake is a flour dough mixed with the grated kernel of dried coconuts. It is best served hot with a variety of meals such as salt fish bulljol, smoked herring, butter or cheese. Trini coconut bake is a flat bread made in your kitchen oven. It looks like a giant cookie styled with holes stamped on the top and baked with a golden crust. The impregnated grated coconut adds a kind of creamy flavor driving your desire to want more. Serving your family or friends a hot piece of bake uplifts your mood simplifying the efforts to make.
Ezekiel Bread is a flourless whole grain loaf made from sprouted whole grains. Ezekiel Bread is high in fiber and proteins which are great for your diet meal plan. The main benefit is the sprouting grains which unlocks vitamins and minerals such as Niacin (Vitamin B3), Manganese and Selenium.
Trinidad Sweet Bread is a rustic and coconut based bread loaded with dried fruits and spices. Trini Sweet Bread is typically made during the holidays such as Christmas and Easter. However, Trinidad Sweet Bread is sold and eaten year round for breakfast or as a quick snack.
Trinidad Homemade Hops Bread is a delight to eat and even to serve to your special guests. In Trinidad and Tobago, homemade buns (or bread) are commonly known as "hops". Trini Hops are the simplest way to produce bread quickly and can also be classified as dinner rolls. Very basic ingredients are needed and it is artisan made. They taste great with your favorite filler such as ham, cheese, cooked meat etc.