chicken pieces, onions, potatoes, goat peppers, lime juice, allspice, butter
Bahamian chicken souse is a poultry dish that is eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It is made with chicken pieces, onions, potatoes, goat peppers, lime juice, allspice, and butter. The chicken is boiled with other ingredients, and the dish is ready once the potatoes become tender. Chicken souse has a reputation of being a great hangover cure, and it is traditionally served with rice, johnnycakes, or hot grits on the side.
Modified Oct. 9, 2020
Created Oct. 4, 2020 by: atasneem
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