Caribbean Grilled Vegetables

Caribbean cuisine is a fusion of many different cultures and flavors, reflecting the diverse history of the Virgin Islands, West Indies, Grenadines, and Bahamas. Bold and spicy flavors, fresh ingredients, and vibrant colors characterize this cuisine, and our spice-infused take on grilled vegetables is no exception. This dish can be enjoyed à la carte or as an accompaniment to your favorite entrée, such as our Caribbean mahi mahi or jerk chicken. And while we can’t promise pristine beaches and turquoise waters as your accompaniment at home, we can promise this dish will delight the most discerning gourmands. 


100 g sweet potato

100 g corn on the cob

100 g okra

50 g carrot

50 g green zucchini

1 t. fine grain sea salt

½ t. freshly ground black pepper

½ t. Creole spice

½ t. lime juice  

1 T. olive oil


  1. Steam sweet potato, corn on the cob, and okra.
  2. Pat vegetables dry with a paper towel. Season with the dry mix on both sides. Place in a large saute pan over medium-high heat.
  3. Grill your vegetables to perfection. 

Serves: 2

Creole seasoning is a spice blend renowned for its bold and vibrant flavors. It is closely associated with Creole cuisine—a fusion of French, Spanish, African, and Caribbean culinary traditions. This seasoning blend embodies the rich cultural tapestry of the Caribbean, and can be used to flavor seafood, rice, and vegetables. 

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