What are doubles you ask? They are a delicious meal (typically breakfast) that is very popular here in Grenada. The actual dish originated in Trinidad & Tobago, an island nation southeast of here, but the flavours and spices probably find their origins in India. Basically the dish consists of a tasty chana (chickpea) curry rolled inside of a soft bara bread which is flattened and fried until golden brown. The sauces are what make the double so good and they typically include mango, shadon beni, tamarind and pepper sauce.

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5 thoughts on “GoatLife TV Episode 43 – Eating Delicious Doubles in Grenada

  1. Hey guys awesome video 🙂 .. The doubles look interesting and definitely worth a try. Indian, Trinidadian and South American flavours in one dish = mmmmmmm ..

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