Caribbean Kiss

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You did it! Resend Email Verification. With your Rogers Media profile? You may have created a profile with another Rogers Media brand that can be used to log into this site. Forgot your password? If desired, as you see in the photo, just before serving the ribs, garnish them with lime slices and fresh parsley or cilantro sprigs. This palate-pleasing sauce features tangy, citrusy, garlicky, herbaceous and sweet flavours, tastes that work very well with the rich and juicy grilled pork ribs.

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Place the zest and juices, garlic, cornstarch, syrup or brown sugar and cumin in small pot. When juice mixture has cooled, mix in the olive oil, cilantro, parsley and oregano. Use an immersion hand blender to blend the herbs and oil into the juice mixture this could also be done in a blender.

Season sauce with salt and pepper, as needed. Transfer the sauce to a jar or bowl, cover and keep refrigerated until needed for the ribs. The sauce can be made a day before needed. Note: The juice from four or five large limes, and one very large orange, should yield the amounts needed here. Here is a complementary Caribbean-style side dish to serve with the ribs. I drained the canned beans before cooking them with the rice. I did not mix in the liquid from the can, as many other recipes ask you to do.

That, in turn, made this a lighter version of the dish. Place the oil in a medium pot set over medium to medium-high heat. When oil is hot, add the onion, bell pepper and garlic and cook and stir two to three minutes.

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Add the rice, cumin and paprika, then cook and stir two more minutes. Add the water and beans to the pot; season with salt and pepper. Bring the water to a rapid boil. Once there, cover the rice and beans, turn the heat to its lowest setting, and cook 15 minutes, or until the rice is tender. Remove pot from the heat, let rice stand a few minutes, and then fluff with a fork.

Mix in the green onions and serve.

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Eric Akis is the author of eight cookbooks. His columns appear in the Life section Wednesday and Sunday. Photograph By Eric Akis.

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