Breadfruit Fish Cakes - Jamaican Recipes
An excellent method for preparing fish, it brings together some of the healthiest ingredients of the Jamaican kitchen. The nutritional benefits of fish are well-known, and breadfruit provides extra protein, carbs, and fiber along with important minerals like calcium and potassium.
Ackee & Saltfish Pizza
Jamaican Ackee & Saltfish makes a great topping for pizza. This healthy homemade pizza will be a hit with vegans (minus the saltfish). If you are willing to try something different, try our Ackee & Saltfish Pizza.
Carrot Salt Fish Fritters "Stamp and Go" - Jamaican Recipes
Try a new "spin" on one of the best traditional Jamaican appetizers. Carrot Salt Fish Fritters can also be eaten as part of an island breakfast. The original Jamaican "fast food," getting its name "stamp and go" from people stamping their feet to indicate their hurry and then taking it to eat on the run. These savory deep-fried treats are perfect for parties or snacking.
Sweet Potato Carrot Jam - Jamaican Recipes
While the sweet potato may not be the first ingredient to come to mind when making jam, this recipe will convince the most skeptical cook of its versatility. The mix of carrots, lime, and sweet potato is well-suited to jam.
Sweet Potato Fritters - Jamaican Recipes
Sweet Potato fritters are an easy recipe to make. It is a delicious way to use up your mashed sweet potatoes. They are a fabulous as an accompaniment to Jerk Chicken and a salad. Alone the sweet potato mixture provides a surprisingly tasty snacking experience. Check out our Sweet Potato Fritters recipe. Not to be missed!
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.