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Titiri Accras can be very addictive, trust me I know. Consider yourself warned. I can still remember this lady, who every Friday night fried Titiri Accra at the side on of the road in Newtown. People would come from all over Dominica just to buy these Accras. The only downside to this recipe – Titiri are not common in the mainland countries. But you can always improvise by using salt fish instead of Titiri. Have you tried Titiri Accras? Are they great or what! Let’s hear your comments.

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Ingredients:

  • 1 lb (454 g) tittiri
  • 2-3 blades of chive, chopped
  • ½ hot pepper, chopped finely
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • about 8 oz (227 g) flour
  • 1 pint (560 ml) vegetable oil
Method:
1. Soak and wash the Titiri thoroughly, being careful to remove straws and stones.
2. Add the chopped chive, pepper, salt and ½ pint (280 ml) water.
3. Using flour as required, mix to form a creamy paste.
4. Heat the oil and drop the mixture by spoonfuls into the hot oil.
5. Fry to a crisp golden colour and serve hot.

Please Note: Titiri Accra should be prepared 30 minutes before ready to cook.
Serves: 12

photo via TriniGourmet

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Comment by Ann Windebank Subscribed to comments via email
2009-03-26 09:23:30

Went to Dominica’s Carnival this year, but decided to do the La Plaine local carnival. My friend made Titiri Accras (sometimes spelled Ackra) to sell at the carnival in the middle of town. I couldn’t stop eating them. She made them from titiri, which I can’t get in the US, so I’ll be looking for a substitute…I’m not a big fan of salt cod. She added minced celery and finely chopped parsley to hers as well. I could have lived on them for my entire vacation.

 

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