Jamaican

    Jamaica has had a diverse history and this comes through in its food from traditional indigenous flavours to those introduced by the British, Indian, Spanish, African and Chinese.

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    1 review
     
    1hour30min

    A Jamaican spiced chicken and coconut rice dish. This uses a rice cooker but you can cook the rice using the absorption method on the stove top.

    Recipe by: nmgill

     
    100 reviews
     
    1hour15min

    Everyone loves this ginger cake which uses fresh and powdered ginger. It will get rave reviews from your guests.

    Recipe by: Margorita Whyte

     
    105 reviews
     
    2hours10min

    This is a Jamaican oxtail recipe using chilli, ginger, broadbeans and allspice. You'll love it!

    Recipe by: sunflowerBirmingham

     
    76 reviews
     
    1hour15min

    This cake is also known as Jamaica Cake. The cake is made right in the pan; no extra dishes to mess up and very good.

    Recipe by: Connie Galloway

     
    1 review
     
    45min

    This recipe is based on a traditional Caribbean favourite that is often made with red kidney beans, which are called peas in Jamaica — hence the name of the dish. Red capsicum and bacon elevate the flavour.

    Recipe by: Zoë Harpham

     
    2 reviews
     
    3hours15min

    This dish is a staple in Jamaica, it consists of rice and kidney beans cooked in array of spices and coconut cream.

    Recipe by: SloeWolf

     
    8 reviews
     
    5min

    A hot coffee cocktail that's spiked with dark rum and coffee liqueur. Mixed with your favourite hot coffee then topped with whipped cream and a chocolate coffee bean.

    Recipe by: CHEF FILIP

     
    No reviews
     
    25min

    A quick and tasty way to eat prawns or scallops. Serve with fluffy white rice and garnish with fresh coriander leaves. I use "Herbie's Spice" jerk seasoning for this dish and you can also use it as a rub or a marinade for any grilled or barbecued meat.

    Recipe by: AuGratin

     
    25 reviews
     
    1hour20min

    If you can find good salt cold (baccala) you can make these delicious Jamaican breakfast fritters. These are also good served with a spicy dipping sauce.

    Recipe by: Monique C.

     
    No reviews
     
    2hours55min

    This is quick, really easy and even more tasty. My take on Matthew's jambalaya is inspired by a good friend who cooked us this dish and it's really, really yummy. I use mugs as measures, please note that this is not the US weights it's just a mug full of rice or veg - hope you get that!

    Recipe by: MichelleTownhill

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