I usually make my own barbecue sauce from scratch using ketchup, brown sugar, white or apple cider vinegar, molasses, Worcestershire sauce and things like that. In this video, I am using bottled barbecue sauce, but I jazz it up a bit to kind of make it, my own.
Home-cooked Jamaican baked barbecue chicken. I made my own barbecue sauce but feel free to use store-bought barbecue sauce. Barbecue sauce for chicken doesn't need butter or oil.
Baked teriyaki chicken that has just the right amount of zing and sweetness.
Japanese inspired Jamaican-style teriyaki chicken. The teriyaki sauce is made with soy sauce, and rice wine. Dry sherry can be used as a substitute.
For all roast chicken lovers out there, here are a very simple ways to treat yourself, easy country-style roast chicken, Jamaican-style.
How to cook delicious succulent chicken chop suey, made with cabbage, pak choi and chicken pieces-Jamaican –style. Chinese inspired dish.
Pum-pum yam is a type of yellow yam. It is called pum-pum yam because it has deformities that often resembled a vagina. Unfortunately, I was not able to find any in the market with that exact resemblance of a vagina. A vagina is called pum-pum among other names in Jamaica.
Pigs' feet is called pig's trotters in Jamaica. Pig's trotters can be curried as well as brown stew. Pig's trotters have no nutritional value. Therefore, it is best served with beans; beans are packed with protein. I am using canned baked beans, but you can also use fresh beans, make sure to cook it separately before adding it to the pig's trotter.