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Colombo is a Creole curry from the French West Indies and is equivalent to Indian Curry. It originates from Sri Lanka and was brought to the French-Caribbean by Indian immigrants who came during the 19th and 20th century to work on the sugar plantations.
They brought curry powder along with them. Colombo is a thick curry which is seasoned with Poudre de Colombo and is like a stew made with chicken, goat, lamb or pork.
Chicken Roti is a fantastic street food dish served in many parts of the Caribbean. This chicken recipe covers both the filling and the roti flatbread but you can of course just opt for the filling and buy the breads from your favourite supplier or supermarket.
This delicious recipe comes courtesy of Tan Rosie Foods and originates from India via Trinidad.