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Carribe Island Dressing:

1 cup mayonnaise
2 tablespoons banana ketchup
1/2 tablespoon Dam' hot sauce
1 tablespoon sweet relish
2 tablespoons minced red onion
1 tablespoon sliced green onion
1/2 teaspoon chopped garlic

Mix together. Use as a dressing for lettuce and tomatoes; a dip
for fresh vegetables or as a sauce for shrimp, conch or cold poached


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Banana Ketchup, January 17, 2006 - 12:15 AM
Reviewer: Anonymous from PA
I just had to know what BANANA KETCHUP was so I did a google search and found a recipe for it on Recipe Source. It has bananas, raisens, onions, rum, garlic, vinegar, brown sugar,cayenne, allspice, cinnamon, corn syrup, nutmeg, cloves, pepper, tomatoe paste, and water in it. Whewwww! Of course you can borrow the stuff if you live next to a famous chef I suppose.

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Carribe Island Dressing, December 28, 2003 - 12:16 PM
Reviewer: George Cejka from Gages Lake, IL USA
As in many online and/or TV food show recipes, the authors or the personality seems to add what I refer to as a "showoff ingredients." They add these "special ingredients" without saying what it is, how to make it or where to purchase it. In the last one they tell you it can be bought at your local gourmet food store. Which is fine if you live in some major metro area. It seems when they look past their city limits they view what to them is a void until the next large city. The author of this recipe unfortunitly looks past small town and hamlets with names like Poedunk and Moose Antler and adds their "showoff ingredient." Just what is "banana ketchup?" Is it mashed bananas mixed with ketchup? Is it some odd creation made by residents of a small village on a remote tropical isle? Please explain to this Middle America cook what this exotic taste sensation is. Now please excuse me while I chase the cows from the corn.

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