Pudding And Souse

(Barbadian)

pickled onions, cucumbers, peppers, pudding, pickled pork, lime juice

Pudding and souse is a traditional Barbadian dish that is served exclusively as a Saturday lunch, consisting of two separate items: pudding, or steamed sweet potatoes, and souse, or pickled pork that is traditionally served in pork intestines. The meat is usually pickled in lime juice and served with pickled onions, cucumbers, and peppers. On the island, everyone has their favourite lunch spot to enjoy this hearty meal.

Created Oct. 10, 2020 by: atasneem


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