Simple Jerk Avocados Dip - Jamaican Recipes
The avocados dip originated in Mexico where it is called Guacamole. This simple recipe merges this famous Mexican dip with Jamaica's most famous sauce. Enjoy our Simple Jerk Avocados Dip.
Roast Yellow Yam Recipe
Yellow yam, is a staple food in Jamaica and is rumored to be the secret weapon to Jamaica's track and field success. It can be When roasted it is an ideal partner for callaloo or ackee.
Jamaican Fried Boiled Yellow Yam Recipe
The boiled yellow yam is a Jamaican staple and is rumored to be the "fuel" for Jamaican sprinters. The fried boiled yam is a favorite of many Jamaicans and is typically cooked at the same time with fried boiled dumpling. The yellow yam has to be cooked first and left overnight before it is fried. Here is our recipe for fried boiled yellow yam.
Fried Boiled Dumplings - Recipe
The boiled dumpling is a Jamaican staple and is eaten almost daily. It is said that no "true" Jamaican meal is complete without it. The fried boiled dumpling is special. The dumpling has to be boiled first and left overnight before it is fried. The anticipation of frying your boiled dumplings the next day seem to add to the taste that some describe as "fun".
Roti is a type of bread popular in South Asia as well as the Caribbean. Similar in appearance to a Mexican tortilla, it is made with wheat flour and no leavening. In Jamaica roti is often eaten with a filling of curry goat or curry chicken.
March is usually tamarind season in Jamaica and the Caribbean. Even though “Tamarind Balls” are available year round the homemade version of the sweet & sour delight are especially popular during the season. “Tamarind Balls” are popular throughout the Caribbean and some versions include hot pepper making it spicy. The Jamaican version typically is non-spicy. Here is a simply “Tamarind Balls “recipe.
Jamaican Style Conch Fritters
The meat from the large sea snail called conch is a favorite of many in Jamaica and the Caribbean. Pronounced "conk" it is considered an aphrodisiac and energy booster. In Caribbean conch is used to make soups, salads and fritters. The meat is tough and has to be finely chopped for use. Here is our tasty Jamaican style conch fritters.