How to make Lentil Fritters as an appetizer the Caribbean way. Enjoy!
Watch meh nah tanti , I love doubles , now I could make meh own , thanks
Excellent recipe. Thank you.
This would go well with some tamarind ( tambran) chutney. Man yer good ter
go after dat. Thanks.
I dont remember cilantro, tarragon, and rosemary in Guyanese bara..
Can’t wait to this, thankyou for sharing your recipe Zorina. Gayatri.S.
Thank you for all your wonderful and detailed recipes. My mom is no longer
here to show me how to make these dishes, I am grateful for your videos.
Thank you and keep up the great work!
So interesting to see your version of bara in Suriname where I come from,
bara looks like a doughnut!
Thank you for the Bara
*** meant not moved forward
lol@empressdinah`s comments……. totally delusional. not being nasty, but
it’s a shame the cradle of civilization has moved forward.
Hi Russel Mohan thank you so much for those beautiful word and comment, you
have to try the bara when it just finish cooking. have a good day.
Hi Sheikh Abrahim thank you so much for those kind word, so sweet of
you,have a good day and thanks.
Thanks Zorina! Looking at this video I feel the love from your spirit and
it makes me feel at ease. I have to try this recipe, I am Trinidadian, but
have never really gotten to savour barra!
Aunty Zorina you have done well.I am happy for you.You keep up the good
work.Dont worry with the negative comments.That should make you
stronger.Indian Food Forever.Cheers from Guyana,
Bara is an original Indian food.Why do we have to prove where it came
from.Dont’t you enjoy it.So stop this nonsense and enjoy it.Lick it up.
Ancestral foods, this all comes from Africa the cradle of civilization so
stop fighting over which island it come from.
hey aunty back here in trini we call bara the thing we eat with channa aka
chick pea wich is doubles i’m sure u know abt doubles anyways i love this
recipe i want to make it…..looks like a vege acra
Hi maimaimai201 thank you so much my dear.
I can’t wait to try this. I plan to make some for my family. Thanks for the
tutorials. Please keep them coming.
Great job yes now I know how to make this with the help of you. Thanks 5
Hi there tinywhiny I want to thank you for your nice comments and I am glad
I can be of help to you, thank for watching.
reminds me of a gigantic phoulorie
Auntie Zorina ah we yu been me ah miss yu recipes (just joking) this bara
look delicious and as always thanks for taking the time to share your
recipes with us…
Hi there metsada bara is a indian name.it made from yellow split peas it
very easy to make if you follow The recipes. I don’t recommende you buying
it on line because it not going to be fresh, and it depending where you
live.thank for watching.
comment you have a great days.
Hi sweetrini I didn’t read your comments until know I hope you try my bara
it very easyto make,thank you for watching.
Thank you for sharing.
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