The Ultimate Caribbean Chicken Soup |


Learn how to make the Ultimate Caribbean Chicken Soup, with simple step by step instructions from Chris De La Rosa of This classic Caribbean soup is an incredible one pot dish your entire family will enjoy time and time again. NOTE .. this is a MASSIVE pot of soup! #soup #chickensoup #caribbeansoup 10 lbs chicken 2 tablespoon Caribbean Green Seasoning 1 tablespoon salt 1/2 teaspoon black pepper 1 teaspoon tomato ketchup 2 onions (divided) 1 habanero pepper (any hot pepper will work) 1 medium tomato 1poon Worcestershire sauce 2 tablespoon olive oil 2 tablespoon brown sugar (golden) 2 carrots 2 stalks celery 12 – 14 cups chicken stock 1 cup yellow split peas 1 1/2 lb smoked ribs 1 1/2 cups coconut milk 6-7 cups water (divided) 2 pimento peppers (optional) 6 sprigs thyme 1 small squash 1 medium taro (about 2- lbs) 8 eddoes 10-12 okra 4-5 green cooking banana 3 medium sweet potatoes 4 large potatoes (I used Yukon Gold) 3 scallions 2 tablespoon parsley ( chopped) For the dumplings … 1 cup all purpose flour 1/2 cup cassava flour 1 teaspoon brown sugar (for dumplings) 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup water (adjust) More printable recipes can be found at.





  1. Always a pleasure to be inspired by your recipes and techniques. I just tried rolling out long lengths of dumpling and cutting them. Usually I would just roll little ones one at a time. They turned out so fabulous! Loved the texture! And it was a nostalgic trip watching you chop up the chicken. And I thoroughly agree with you – clean that chicken 😅. “Caribbean people come to your house and dey see dat dey go fink yuh nasty…” 😅

  2. Please tell your brothers we appreciated their work in the hospital and to stay safe. Also thank you for sharing your recipes. I really enjoy watching the impact that African culture had throughout the Caribbean. Our food is so diverse and yet so similar. Making green seasoning is similar sofrito give or take a few ingredients. I didn’t know that the browning of sugar was done in the Dominican Republic as well. I learned to make savory coconut rice and it’s now one of my favorites. I made a chicken coconut curry after watching your video and my mami loved it (not as spicy…🥵we don’t get down like that) lolol 😂. But being able to connect to others over food is a big help during this time so thank you very much.

    Oh and all my family cleans their chicken. The Souther Black side cleans with vinegar, the Puerto Rican side with lime juice 🤷🏽‍♀️ and ALL SIDES CLEAN THE SINK WITH BLEACH!!! I thought EVERYONE did that until I saw that viral video of that talk show.😳👀 …….That slime that’s on the inside of the chest cavity 🤢…….That maxi pad that the chicken sits on when you buy it……the feathers……I cannot!!! That’s why I don’t eat other people’s food. Or I ask now “So how do you clean your chicken?” 👀

  3. Thanks. I follow your recipe up to adding the vegs – I brown the chicken in the instant pot then the onions and scallions. I add your brown sugar and curry, ginger, a tad of lemon juice, fish sauce and hot peppers – use a Thai pepper (jar) and add everything to the instant pot with a 3/4 cup of chicken stock. I do not use fillers as onions do the trick. I cook gluten/dairy free for my nephew who is also allergic to red meat, so my kitchen is double. Wife doesnt cook – not Jamaican. I have three Instant Pots and One Ninja Foodi. Husband lives for food – on rising, whats for lunch….dont do breakfast anymore. Lunch and dinner will be his downfall but loves my cooking. He is my tester. Keep the recipes coming. Thanks hon.

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