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Caribbean Green Seasoning made with the Ninja® Intelli-Sense™ Kitchen System with Auto-Spiralizer™ ~ #NinjaSnapTapGo #NinjaPartner


Have you noticed the change? AnnMarie John is rebranding and I'm going in a direction that I have always wanted to. I'm originally from the Caribbean and I would love to share my Caribbean culture here on my blog. If you've never had a Caribbean dish, then you're truly missing out. The holidays is something that islanders look forward to, and when we cook, we truly go all out! Todays' recipe comes courtesy of my Ninja® Intelli-Sense™ Kitchen System with Auto-Spiralizer™. With it I'm able to do what I love doing best, that is:- keep things simple, yet delicious.

This post was created in partnership with Ninja® Intelli-Sense™ Kitchen System with Auto-Spiralizer™. I received complimentary products and compensation to facilitate my review, but all opinions within are my own.


In the Caribbean, there are a few things we look forward to. Carnival and Christmas! The day before Christmas, my mother would start getting everything together for the big day. She would prepare meals in advance and may even cook a dish or two so that there would be less time spent in the kitchen on THE day. She would pull out her blender, her food processor and even a handheld mixer, and we would bake cakes (the famous black cake and/or fruit cake), bread and there might even be a tasty sweet potato pudding. I've often marveled at how she did it all, and while I strive to be like her, I'm still not there yet. One recipe that has been passed down through the generations and is a staple in almost every Caribbean home is the Caribbean Green Seasoning. It's a mixture of herbs and looks very similar to pesto, but it is used to season our meats and is especially delicious in fish. That's why I was so excited to try the Ninja Intelli-Sense Kitchen System with Auto-Spiralizer which features one smart base that transforms into four high-performance appliances. I now have a 72 oz. Total Crushing® Blender, a 64 oz. Precision Processor™,  a 24 oz. Single-Serve Cup, and an Auto-Spiralizer. My mother would have LOVED this, it has everything that I need and I don't need to find space for 4 different products in my kitchen. It's a space saver!


Now before I go into my recipe, I want to share with you a bit about the Ninja Intelli-Sense Kitchen System with Auto-Spiralizer and why I fell in love with it. This smart system features:

Smart Vessel Recognition: The Ninja's Smart Vessel Recognition Technology automatically senses which vessel is attached to the base and the touchscreen changes to display a customized menu of Smart Programs on the touchscreen. This enables it to be used as the four systems.

2 Smart Programs: With a simple tap, you can have recipes optimally made each and every time. Everything is precisely calibrated so what you end up with is recipes made exactly how it should be.

Intuitive Touchscreen: The touchscreen is amazing! It responds to your touch and lets you select between vessel-specific Smart Programs and manual options. It's also easy to clean and durable, which means that it will last for many years to come and hold up to all your everyday use.

Now back to my recipe!

Here is what you'll need:

Caribbean Green Seasoning

Ingredients: (Preferably organic)
1 bunch green onions (or scallions as we call it in the Caribbean)
1 large whole onion
1 head of garlic
1 celery stalk
1 bundle of cilantro
1 bunch of fresh thyme
3 sprigs of sage
2 tablespoons fresh tarragon
2 tablespoons fresh rosemary
1-2 hot pepper (In the Caribbean we use scotch bonnet peppers, but I personally used 1 ghost pepper)
1 tablespoons salt
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup organic white vinegar
Food processor or blender


Wash your ingredients and then cut into big chunks. Don't worry, your blender and/or food processor will do the work for you.


Add all your ingredients into your blender and/or food processor and puree. The Ninja Intelli-Sense Kitchen System with Auto-Spiralizer made my job so easy and it was all done within less than 2 minutes.


You have the choice to make it to the consistency of your liking. I prefer a more pesto-like consistency, but you can liquify it even more if that's your preference. Once you've reached the consistency that you prefer, store in a mason jar and place in your refrigerator. You can also freeze and save for later, but personally I prefer it fresh.


I shared a video on Instagram that shows the process, and how easy the Ninja Intelli-Sense Kitchen System with Auto-Spiralizer made it for me.


So far I have tried the food processor, blender and the single serve cup which my husband loves using, since he makes smoothies on a daily basis. It's easy for him to make his smoothies and take it on the go without having to pour into another cup or glass. The auto-spiralizer is yet to be used, but the possibilities are endless when it comes to dishes to make with the Ninja Intelli-Sense Kitchen System with Auto-Spiralizer, and I can't wait to get into the kitchen and start cooking, and I'll be sharing a few more Caribbean recipes with you too. However, give my Caribbean Green Seasoning a try, you're going to love it, and welcome to the new AnnMarie John!


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Want to win your very own Ninja Intelli-Sense Kitchen System with Auto Spiralizer? Then enter the giveaway below. Twenty-Five (25) winners will be randomly selected and will each receive one (1) Ninja® Intelli-Sense™ Kitchen System with Auto Spiralizer™

Winners will be randomly selected from all program entries and Ninja will facilitate fulfillment of the 25 winning prizes.


Ninja® Intelli-Sense™ Kitchen System with Auto-Spiralizer™ Giveaway


Want to give the Ninja Intelli-Sense Kitchen System with Auto-Spiralizer a try now? Use my code ANNMARIE15 to receive 15% off your very own – good from now until December 31st.

For additional recipe and usage inspiration, as well as information on where to buy, visit www.ninjakitchen.com.

Annmarie John
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  1. Holy moly. It's like a Caribbean pesto! I have to make this. It sounds so good!

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  2. I love the recipe, but I REALLY love that Ninja. Thanks for the discount code! Time for an early Christmas present for myself. LOL

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  3. Love the rebranding and looks like the perfect Caribbean recipe. Can't wait to try this one out here now for us, too :)

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  4. WOW - what a great superfood recipe. I've got to get me a machine with a PULSE button!!

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  5. I like the Caribbean green recipe, but, for me personally, I'd have to pass on the ghost pepper. We love our Ninja food processor!

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  6. That sauce is such a beautiful color, and is loaded with tasty ingredients! I have to try this soon.

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  7. Wow!! I love this so much, that green seasoning looks SO GOOD and that Ninja looks like such a great tool. Awesome post!
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  8. I have noticed the change! Change is good.
    I have this same product and I'm totally trying this!! I can almost taste it. And I love to make smoothies too.

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  9. I love how colorful this seasoning is. This recipe is very similar to our Haitian epis. There's a few ingredients such as white vinegar that's not included. Might make this version for a bit of change.

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    1. Every island does their own green seasoning a bit differently. We use the vinegar as a preservative so it can last longer, but the way I use mine, it rarely last that long. 😜

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  10. I have to try that delicious Caribbean green seasoning! With that ingredient list, meat and fish would taste heavenly! Of course, I'd like to have a Ninja too. That would be an indispensable tool in any kitchen.

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  11. I love the look and the ingredients! It's like a relish of sorts. I'll have to make this!

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  12. I would love to have a Ninja! We make a lot of smoothies and I'm sure the Ninja would be better than my old blender! the green seasoning looks delicious!

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  13. wow! this looks amazing. Will have to check it out. I don't have ninja yet but I wil have to see it and give it a try

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  14. I have a ninja and it is my absolute favourite thing haha! This green seasoning looks absolutely delicious and I can think of so many things to put it on top of!

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  15. I have one Ninja product and we really love it. I would love to make my own pesto and seasonings at home with this Ninja!

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  16. Everything looks so bright and colourful. It sounds like a great seasoning to use. I'm going to have to add this to my recipe box. I'm very Jealous of your Ninja! I hope Santa brings me one this year.

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  17. I haven't tried many Caribbean dishes, but this looks incredible! I really need the line of ninja kitchen items. These would be great to cook with.

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  18. I have seen the Ninja work demonstrated in a store. I was amazed at how good it chopped and pureed so quickly. I put it on my list for Santa ")

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  19. We love our Ninja. I make all kinds of things in it. I love my smoothies!

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  20. That looks like one delicious addition to dinner. I am really loving that ninja system!

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  21. You're invited to cook at my house any time! ha! I just added that system to my Christmas list!

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  22. I would love to get a Ninja system. This looks like a delicious recipe. I would love to give it a try.

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  23. I can just imagine the layers of flavor this adds to meats and fish. It is something I definitely want to try.

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  24. Wow! Those are really great tools for the kitchen! And I would love to try this homemade seasoning!

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  25. We have a Ninja blender but this one blows it away! The rebranding looks great, and the recipe does too.

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  26. I think I'm the last person on earth to get a Ninja. Soooo cool what you can do. Your seasoning sounds delightful. I want to season all my veggies with it.

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  27. YUM!!! My son would put that on everything too. This looks so good and OMG I want this Ninja product. Off to shop and thanks for the awesome recipe.

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  28. I love my Ninja but i need to get the tools! I guess I never knew there was tools that you could get for it. You just blew my mind.

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  29. Look I love my Ninja its my favorite. I dont have the Ninja Intel-Sense Kitchen System this is exciting.

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  30. I have a Ninja Blender and just love it. It also came with single serve cups so I can easily make my smoothies. This multi use system is incredible. Having all those tools with one base really does save space.

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  31. I don't think I've tried this kind of seasoning before but it does remind me of chimichurri. I think it's nice that you're sharing a piece of tradition. Thanks for the recipe! Love that ninja intelli-sense! It's perfect for the kitchen.

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  32. I have a Vitamix, but I have been hearing a lot about the Ninja lately. I may have to give this brand a try someday soon!

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  33. The product sounds great and that Caribbean green seasoning looks amazing. I've tried this type of seasoning before but I'd love to try making this.

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  34. I've always heard great reviews on the ninja products and bought a small food processor recently and LOVE IT! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. I've heard nothing but amazing things about Ninja products. I have to say though, I've never tried authentic Caribbean food before, but this looks amazing. - Jeanine

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  36. I bet this really tastes good. I love that it includes cilantro because that's one of my favorite herbs to add to meals.

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  37. I need to show this seasoning to my husband, he would love it. I entered your giveaway because I would love one of these Ninjas!

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  38. Wow it looks so tasty! I can definitely see how it is perfect for the holidays. And I've been wanting that ninja for such a long time!

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