March 2021 - The Caribbean Seafood Box

The Caribbean Seafood Box

In this box we're bringing the taste of the Caribbean Sea to your doorstep. Enjoy these seasonings, marinades and condiments that will add that unique Caribbean flavor to any of your fish or seafood dishes.

With Carnival over, we’re now fully into the Lenten Season with Easter around the corner and this means more fish and seafood dishes on the menu. Easter time in the Caribbean is also associated with beach time and of course, the food!

Malika & Jamila


What's In The Box?

Chunky Lime Pepper Sauce

Made from Trinidad Red & Yellow Habanero Peppers, Lime Juice, Carrots, Trinidad Lime Peel, Garlic, Vinegar, Salt, Caraille (Bitter Gourd/Melon). This is a perfect pairing with fish and seafood dishes.

Lemon Infused Coconut Oil

A twist on the traditional coconut oil, this one is infused with lemon flavor. It adds rich exquisite flavor and aroma to foods. Perfect for all your seafood dishes as well as sauces, dressings, marinades, roasts, grilling, sautés, pasta dishes, baking and more.

Coconut Milk Powder

Coconut milk is a vital ingredient in many quintessential Caribbean dishes like callaloo, bread fruit oil down and cook-ups like pelau and okra (ochro) and rice. It's also vital for the infamous Curry Crab & Dumpling dish. This coconut milk powder is a great alternative when fresh coconuts are not available to make coconut milk yourself.

Green Seasoning with Lime for Fish & Seafood

A marinade made of a blend of various herbs including Spanish thyme, French thyme, lime juice, chive, celery, cilantro, garlic and pimento (seasoning) peppers. 

Salted Peanuts

Fried peanuts that salted. It's a must have at any Trinbago lime (hang out) and a staple especially at Christmas time.

Curry Powder

A blend of turmeric, coriander, cumin salt & spices. Popular Caribbean seafood curried dishes include curried shrimp and curried fish. But the most famous curried seafood dish is the Tobago Curried Crab & Dumplings. 

Fish Seasoning

A dry blend of garlic powder, onion powder, herbs, celery powder, black pepper, chilies and salt. Add to fish and seafood while marinating. Can also be added while cooking for added flavor.



Tobago Curry Crab & Dumpling

Tobago Fish Broth(Soup)


Our goal is to bring a little piece of home to our customers. Essentially what we are really offering is a way for those in the diaspora to stay connected to culture. We are bringing that taste of home to your doorstep, through food and in extension the memories and feelings that these foods evoke.

Malika & Jamila




  • Jamila

    Hi Kathy! We would love to stock more traditional snacks. However,
    being located in the US as well as the perishability of some of the items makes it a bit challenging. Let us know if you know of any brands we can look into. Thanks again.

  • Kathy

    Lemme know if you all plan to distribute Tobago traditional treats like bene ball, sugar cake, fudge, lime balls, toulum etc.

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