Oxtail

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Oxtail You can hardly find a Jamaican who doesn’t love oxtail. Long, slow cooking is necessary but the results are worth it. How did you guys like it? Comment and tell me. Ingredients 3 lbs. Oxtail Salt Black Pepper 3 tbsps. Cooking Oil 1 tbsp. Dark Soy Sauce 1 large Scotch Bonnet Pepper (sliv ...

 

Walnut Pie

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Walnut Pie   Walnuts have various health benefits such as: reduce bad cholesterol, boost mood and they also help with weight management. The Walnut pie is a healthy treat you definitely should try. I hope you like it as much as I do.   Comment and tell me how it worked out for you.   ...

 

Onion Shrimp and Yam

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Onion Shrimp and Yam This is a fabulous combination! Use any white yam variety like St. Vincent or Sweet. Yam provides complex carbohydrates that breaks down slowly and so is healthier than processed carbs.   Ingredients 1 lb /450 g Shrimp (headless) Salt 1 Scotch Bonnet Pepper (thinly sliced) ...

 

Homemade Bun

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The hallmark of a Jamaican Easter Sweet and delicious laden with fruits and spices the bun is symbolic of Easter but loved all year round. This version is quick, easy to bake and tastes better the next day. Jamaicans especially enjoy bun with a slice of cheese.   Ingredients ½ lb raisins 2 ozs ...

 

SALTFISH AND CHICKEN RICE

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METHOD: Rinse fish under cold running water and soak covered in water for 4 to 5 hours. Then remove any skin and bones, and flake. Slice chicken and sprinkle lightly with salt. In large pot, heat cooking oil. Sauté onion, garlic, pepper, tomato, scallion and thyme till soft. Add chicken and cook ti ...

 

RASTA PASTA

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This dish gets it’s name because it incorporates the three colours of Rastafarianism- yellow represented by ackee , green by callaloo and red by fresh tomatoes. METHOD: Choose any shape pasta desired. In large pot, boil about 2 quarts water with 2 tsps. of salt. Add pasta and stir occasionally unt ...

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