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Jamaican Saltfish Fritters - Immaculate Bites
Spiced Jamaican Saltfish fritters – Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. A tastebud sensation! I like to think of these salt fish fritters as your ticket to a Caribbean culinary vacation, without the high price of a plane ticket or hotel room. Can this Jamaican salt fish fritters really make you get a ... View More
Recipe For Jamaican Fish In Coconut Milk - JamaicansMusicZ.Com
Ingredients 2 lbs fish sliced. Half of a medium coconut blend and squeeze for its milk or 2 tbsp of the coconut powder or 1 oz of the coconut concentrate…
How to Cook Jamaican Jerk Turkey
How to Cook Jamaican Jerk Turkey: Wha gwon mon? We're Going to show you how to cook a turkey - Authentic Jamaican Jerk Style. When you are done, it should look like this picture and it will be Juicy, spicy and the aroma will make your mouth water :) What makes this authentic, is t…
The Best Caribbean Recipes Online by Chef & Gourmand Award Winning Cookbook Author, Chris De La Rosa.
Articles tagged with 'Jamaican Food' at CaribbeanPot.com - The Best Caribbean Recipes Online by Chef & Gourmand Award Winning Cookbook Author, Chris De La Rosa.
The traditional use of the word rundown relates to the oil that comes from coconut milk when you boil it up. You scoop it off the top and use it for cooking. Here we’re using the very thick coconut cream as it has the same richness. You don’t have to stick to these ingredients, so use different kinds of fish or try a vegetarian version cooked with aubergine, yam, sweet potato and squash instead of those root vegetables.
Jamaican Rice and Peas Recipe
Jamaican Rice and Peas Recipe Sunday wouldn’t be Sunday without ‘Rice and Peas’ on the menu, however this delicious coconut based rice dish is a Jamaican tradition that can be cooked and savoured on any day of the week... If ...
Rice and Peas (Red Kidney Beans)
½ lb. Red Kidney Beans 1lb. Rice 12 oz. Coconut Milk (not water) 1 Stlk. Scallion (Green Onions) 2 sprg. Thyme 2 tblsp. Salt. 1 tblsp. Margarine (optional) 1 Qt. Water Wash peas and remove any foreign matter, if present. Wash scallion and remove only the outer layer. Add peas and salt to water and boil peas in a 2-quart stock pot until medium soft, on medium heat. The water will evaporate during the boiling process, so add more warm water to the pot. Here is the trick to making this rice and…