SSTS (Spicy, Sweet, Thick & Smooth) Dip


This is a way to use your Ay! Ti Manman Mango pikliz as a dip for items that can’t easily pick up the onions, peppers and mangos slices, e.g. motzarella sticks.

Makes approximately 6 servings

Ingredient List

-          8 oz jar of of Ay! Ti Manman

-          ½ purple cabbage

-          ½ teaspoon of salt

-          4 oz of vinegar

-          1 cored habanero or goat pepper (optional) (keep the seeds if you can handle the heat)


Tools You’ll Need

-          Large Spoon

-          Blender

-          Serving Bowl


1.    Add ingredients into blender, blend until a chunky applesauce like texture. You may have to stop the blender and push some of the contents down with a wooden spoon. 

2.    Pour into serving bowl and use freely as dip

**Make sure to thoroughly clean your blender with diluted bleach and boiling water or your next smoothie will smell like habanera. 

Faux Fancy Haitian Feta Steak Sandwich


You gotta love comfort food, this is a spin on a Philly Cheesesteak, with feta cheese to make it a little bit more “fancy.” A perfect appetizer for dinner parties or as a standard sandwich for yourself.

Servings: 6 large sandwiches, 24 mini sandwich appetizers


-          3 Medium Sized Green Peppers Sliced

-          2 Onion Sliced

-          2 Tomatoes Diced

-          2.5 lbs. of shaved or thinly sliced steak

-          Sub rolls, or baguette

-          2 tbsp. of olive oil

-          2 tbsp. of Chunk Feta Cheese

-          2 bottles 8 oz. bottles of Ay! Ti Manman Mango Pikliz or one 16 oz. bottle


1.    Season and cook beef the way you’d like it, or use this method, drain beef and set aside.

2.    Heat oil on large skillet.

3.    Sautee sliced onions and peppers.

4.    Add meat and toss vigorously with onions and peppers. Cover skillet for 2 minutes to infuse onion and pepper flavor.  

5.    Add 16 oz. of Ay! ti Manman to skillet.

6.    Toss all ingredients together.

7.    Toast bread, assemble sandwiches, add tomatoes and feta cheese to the top to balance out the spiciness.