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Guyana
Trinidad & Tobago
noun
Savoury fritter made from seasoned split pea flour. Traditionally served with chutney.
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LLBLover
12 years ago

I fine this thing nice but real yellow

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allysa
10 years ago

wow pholouries r really good never thought they would be shellshocked

Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago
June
10 years ago

Delicious street food snack when paired with Tamarind Chutney loaded with Chadon beni and scotch bonnet peppers for great flavor.

Jamaica
Jamaica
britney
9 years ago

wow really informative

Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago
Bobzyoy
7 years ago

Taste really good with sauce

Barbados
Barbados
conkies
7 years ago

You need to try these they say good and are a tradition to us Barbadians.

Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago
Daniella Benjamin 🤑
4 years ago

Hi

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Juan Mclaurin
4 years ago

Hi

Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago
CCP
4 years ago

Does anyone know the etymology of the word pholourie?

Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago
3 years ago

Does this has its origin from Africa ?

Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago
3 years ago

It is known as puff puff it's an africian dish

Jamaica
Jamaica
Bobby
2 years ago

Pholourie is a spicy deep fried yellow split peas fritters. Fritters are crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside.

Jamaica
Jamaica
Bobby
2 years ago

It is a popular street food in Trinidad and Tobago, and in Guyana, served with tamarind or mango chutney.