Trinidad food culture is all about sauces and condiments. This is probable due to the multicultural mixture of people and the cuisines that they have brought to our beautiful island nation. Thus it's easy to see why this fusion has created a plethora of sauces and condiments that can be found in almost all food establishments. Garlic sauce is one such condiment that has become an essential flavor to all foods from the street, sit down restaurant to the beach side vendor. This creamy savory and slightly tangy sauce drizzled on top or as a dip compliments almost anything you can imagine.
2 oz Garlic
125 ml Vinegar - white or apple cider
125 ml Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2-3 oz Mayonnaise
1/2 Teaspoon Black Pepper
3 Large Chadon Beni Leaves
2 Green Onions
2 Teaspoons Brown Sugar
1 Teaspoon Salt
Wash and prep all herbs and seasonings before placing into a blender or food processor.
Add the remaining ingredients and blend until you have a cohesive liquefied mixture.
Depending on the texture of the sauce you prefer- feel free to add more vinegar to thin out the consistency.
Serve as a condiment on top or as a dip for anything your heart desires.