Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1130 Total Fat: 55g Saturated Fat: 18g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 31g Cholesterol: 413mg Sodium: 1027mg Carbohydrates: 30g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 23g Protein: 120g Alternative Slow Cooker Version of Guyanese Pepperpot Pepperpot is a fantastic dish and easy dish to make with relatively few ingredients.What is the significance of Pepperpot in the Guyanese Christmas?
Yet, pepperpot’s importance to our celebration of Christmas in Guyana is undeniable. The history of pepperpot in the Guyanese Christmas is difficult to uncover. We can say with certainty that the dish had its beginnings with the Indigenous peoples of the land that eventually became Guyana.What is Pepperpot made of?
Pepperpot is essentially a meat stew dish that uses Cassareep (a sticky black sauce made from cassava root) to give it it’s strong, aromatic flavor. Being a national favorite, it is often eaten on special occasions such as Christmas day or at weddings.What is the national dish of Guyana?
Unmistakably Caribbean in flavour and smell, pepperpot is a symbolic national dish of Guyana. Wash and drain the meat including the pig trotters. In a large cooking pot, heat the vegetable oil and add in the beef and goat meat, and the pig trotters. Cook until browned. Chop and add in the garlic, chili pepper and onions. Stir to let them cook.