Saturday, March 21, 2015

Most EPIC Review EVER!!

Another Super duper-Fan chomping on a picture of our delicious wings! 
UK SEE wrote...
Are you out with your friends and are looking for something delicious to munch on? Or feast on during game time? Chicken wings are the perfect dish for you. Super Wings NY has everything you are looking for in chicken wings! You especially have to try their Caribbean Wings. OneMost  bite into their fresh chicken wings will take you to the islands and make you nostalgic of how genuine Caribbean chicken wings taste like. It’s really difficult to put the experience into words. You will have to taste them for yourself to understand exactly what Super Wings NY is famous for. They understand the importance of producing good food that people can enjoy and come back to over and over again.

What makes Super Wings NY so special you ask? They have mastered the art of making perfectly juicy and scrumptious chicken wings. Over the years, Super Wings NY has made a reputation for themselves as one of the premier names when it comes to amazing chicken wings in Brooklyn. They have garnered several awards and are a renowned name worldwide for their incredible dishes. Whoever you ask in New York about the best chicken wings in town, they will surely point you towards Super Wings NY.

It’s not just their recipe that makes chicken wings at Super Wings NY special; it’s also because of the fact that they use only the freshest chicken wings from the best chicken available. This is a difficult factor to be sure of especially when eating out in NY. In order to cut cost, a lot of fast food joints and restaurants compromise on the freshness of their produce. Super Wings NY puts their customer first. They take the business of making the best chicken wings seriously. Not only that, they also aim hard to give their customers a full Caribbean island experience, from the moment that plate of chicken wings hit their tables to the very last bite.

Another thing that makes people come back to Super Wings NY is the very friendly and homey ambiance of the place. Good food is nothing if the place does not make you feel like having more. You will surely feel like you are in one of the bistros in an island in the Caribbean. It’s an ideal place to dine in with family, friends or a special someone who shares your love for the ultimate chicken wings. The laid back atmosphere is comfortable for their patrons and makes indulging in your chicken wings a whole lot of a better experience. A lot of people have raved about this, attesting that the atmosphere is definitely a plus factor.

Chicken wings that are as amazing as Super Wings NY’s are hard to resist! You have to come prepared to fully indulge and give in to the goodness of their chicken wings and remember that once you’ve had Super Wings NY there’s no way that you’d find other chicken wings good enough. What else are you waiting for get your hands on the hottest chicken wings in Brooklyn now! 

Now THAT's what we call EPIC! Thank you UK SEE, we're too pleased we made you happy! 

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Grandma Patsy's Super Good Coconut Drops!

If you are from the Caribbean we KNOW you've had a version of these delicious morsels at some point in your life. 

Made primarily of freshly grated coconut  and flavored with the spices of the islands, these treats taste of vanilla and nutmeg and LOVE!
Our CEO's mom has magic baking hands and this precious recipe has been handed down within the Cyrus clan for many years and though every clan-member's version is delicious, no one has been able to perfect it the way Grandma Patsy has...why not try your hand??

Old-fashioned Coconut Drops

  • 3/4 cups sugar, granulated
  • 1 egg, 
  • 1 1/4  tsp. pure vanilla extract
  • 2 1/2  cups flour
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp grated nutmeg
  • 1 tsp  Angostura bitters (optional)
  • 1/4 cup raisins, seedless
  • 1/4 cup currants
  • 2 1/2 cups freshly grated coconut
  • 2 ozs. Butter, salted


Preheat oven to 350 degrees

Combine all dry ingredients in large bowl and mix thoroughly.

In separate bowl combine sugar and butter, cream slightly until sugar grains are no longer visible then add egg.

Add  vanilla, bitters to liquid mixture and blend well. 

Pour liquid mixture into the dry ingredients and press together. Very little water can be added if necessary to combine mixture into a stiff dough.

Using a tablespoon, scoop out heaping spoonfuls of the dough onto baking tray.

Bake for 20 minutes until slightly golden then sprinkle with a bit of sugar while still hot. 


Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Super Fans GO MAD! over SOCA Sauce

Following the launch of this new flavor during Caribbean Restaurant Week, customers can't get enough of it. It is the perfect tangy, sweet, citrusy wing you could find, with the RIGHT kick of spice. 

"I brought the whole family, when it launched, it was awesome" ~ Wesley Fios

"Must take a wine after I tried the new flavor" ~ Debbie Francis

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Red Candied Mango---YUM!!!!


6 Full yet Unripe Mango

2 1/2 cups Sugar
3 sticks Cinnamon
1 tsp Cloves
1 tsp alt
Red Food Coloring
4 Bay leaves
1/2 tsp ground pepper (optional)
Cut Mangos, remove inner seed and cut mangos and outer seed into strips
Add all other ingredients into pot and cook covered for 30 minutes. Uncover  stir and let cook for a further 30 minutes uncovered, stir frequently to avoid sticking. Remove from heat Cool, chill, enjoy! 

This recipe gave so much joy as a child growing up in Trinidad. We would have every version of Mango we gould in general doing every possible cooking technique on them as they were plentiful and cheap! This Candied Red Mango was a FAVE though, no matter the source of the treat, everybody's grandmother or auntie would make the yummiest version of this dessert that would make your tastebuds do a happy little jig! 

Do you have a Red Mango memory to share...tell us in your comments

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Shrimp Mango Slaw..Healthy Delicious and VERY Diet friendly Recipe.

January is the month of the MOST diet plans EVER!
Our holiday eating has us guilty and sluggish and a NEW YEAR just begs for some new venture...enter the NEW YEAR DIET and weight loss plan!
Because we KNOW you are on your own hybrid paleoatkinsglutenfree-something or the other type diet we decided to help... Caribbean-style!
This slaw totals 340 calories a serving and packs in so much flavor your tastebuds will thank you!


1 Medium Firm mango
2 Cucumbers
1 red Bell Pepper
1 small onion
3 sprigs cilantro
Juice of 1 lemon
2 cloves garlic crushed
salt and pepper to taste
1 lb Medium shrimp

  • Peel and devein shrimp rinse with 1/2 lemon juice. Season with salt and pepper then steam for 5-7 minutes. Put aside to cool.
  • Cut all remaining ingredients into 1/4 inch strips, place in bowl add lemon juice,  garlic,  salt and pepper  let marinate for 10 minutes.
  • Add Cilantro and Shrimp and chill for 30 minutes then serve. 
  • Enjoy!!!

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Is it Time to return to our roots? Going Green in the Caribbean.

Growing up in the Caribbean island of Trinidad and Tobago, meant we seldom if ever heard of the word "organic" being used to describe food but we sure ate a LOT of it!

Our grocery store was our backyard  that families added new trees and plants to every year. It wasn't uncommon to find practically one of every fruit,  grown on our little island in some gardens!   There were pumpkin vines and Cassava (yucca) plants all over the expanse of land that would feed all 6 of us little ones and both parents. What we did not grow ourselves we would wait until Saturday morning...every Saturday morning like clockwork the ritual was we'd go the Market....

This is where our neighbors and family would gather to buy and sell their produce which in most cases we grown exactly like our garden their back yard.  There's be some buying some communing and even some eating, with produce freshly picked, scrubbed who could resist. We would come home laden down with bags and bags of the very BEST food the earth of our island had to offer.

Fast forward to today there where here in New York the word Organic now means for many, double the price,  and its rare to find fresh produce that has not been in some way chemically impacted by the influx of  pesticides etc . You see,  Organic products contain no pesticides or chemical fertilizers and are thought to be less likely to impact our health negatively. SO to us it is truly ironic that many villages and communities  especially those in the more remote parts of the Caribbean islands have always lived that way  with many who would rear chickens in the yards and larger livestock would pose no other challenge than building a place for them to live. We would even make our coconut oil from scratch (I will share that recipe for it very soon! ) 

The question is...Now what? 
With so much information about the benefits of Organic, should the islands of the Caribbean those of us who embody it go "back to our roots???" 

LEave us your comments below...

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Crab Dumpling with Curry Coconut sauce! Tobago-in-a-pocket!!!

#1 Favorite appetizer recipe!!!! 

These tasty morsels are our SUPER take on the World Famous Crab and Dumplings that has been made deliciously by the ladies of Store Bay Tobago for many many years.
Our version is not only just as delicious with all the authentic flavors of the islands, we make it into the easiest of finger-foods by removing all of that pesky crab shell  and encapsulating the most succulent  crabmeat filling in crispy pockets, paired with a Spicy good Curry Coconut sauce.
Let's get into it....


2 Cups Lump Crab meat
1/2 small onion chopped
1 clove garlic
1 pimento or jalepeno pepper (remove seeds) chopped
2 stalks scallions/chives
2 tsps curry powder
1 tbs olive oil
pinch of salt
1 packet Wonton skins


2 tbs Curry powder
2 tbs olive oil
1 tbs chopped cilantro/shadow bennie
2 stalks scallions 
1/2 small onion chopped
Habenero pepper and salt to taste
3 cloves garlic chopped
1-1/2 cups coconut milk (can or paket will do, but the fresh milk of a coconut is always preferred

Let's make the filling first so it might cool off to allow you to fill it into your wanton skins.

  • Heat olive oil in saucepan then add garlic onions and curry powder and saute for 3 minutes.
  • Add pepper, scallion cook for 3 more minutes, add crabmeat and salt to taste, remove from heat and allow to cool. 
  • Once cooled fill wanton skins with crab mixture and deep fry until golden brown or steam for 5 minutes in a steamer for a even closer echo of our  world-renownwed Tobago Crab and Dumplings.
Now for the sauce.. same procedure :

  • Heat olive oil in saucepan then add garlic onions and curry powder and saute for 3 minutes.
  • Add pepper, scallion cook for 3 more minutes, add coconut milk, and salt to taste. 
  • Allow sauce to simmer until milk has thickened and is the consistency of a thick eggnog, remove from heat add fresh chopped cilantro for garnish and.....
  • EAT!!
We promise to debut this treat at our +Super Wings NY stores in Brooklyn really soon so we suggest you keep an eye on our website and on join our Facebook community  at to see what next we come up with!!!