How to cook delicious succulent chicken chop suey, made with cabbage, pak choi and chicken pieces-Jamaican –style. Chinese inspired dish.
Bitter melon grows in tropical areas, including parts of East Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and South America, where it is used as a food as well as a medicine. The fruit of this plant lives up to its name—it tastes bitter. Although the seeds, leaves, and vines of bitter melon have all been used, the fruit is the safest and most prevalent part of the plant used medicinally.
This is Jamaican style cabbage soup, with carrots, Irish potato and pumpkin, simmer to perfection. Soup is a nutritious, satisfying meal for your family to enjoy.
Charcoal is a fine, black powder made from wood or other natural materials by heating them in an airless environment. Charcoal used for health conditions is usually “activated” to make it a very fine powder, which increases its effectiveness
Jamaican barefoot food: Coconut milk dumplings cooked in coconut milk, seasoned with scallion, onion, and hot pepper, is so delicious. Barefoot food in Jamaica means no meat is eaten with the food, no meat in terms of red meat, chicken, seafood neither vegetables.
Bee pollen consists of bee saliva and enzymes, mixed with pollen that the bees have brought back to the hive on their bodies. The bees pack the pollen into granules; honey and nectar are sometimes added to the granules.
Baking soda is a chemical, sodium bicarbonate, also known as bicarbonate of soda or NaHCO3. It reacts with acid to produce carbon dioxide gas; this reaction is the reason for its usefulness in baking as a leavening agent.
Black pepper is a seasoning produced from the fermented, dried, unripe red berries of the plant Piper nigrum. (The same fruit, when unripe green, can be dried, or preserved in brine or vinegar, to make green peppercorns; or when ripe, dried and dehusked to make white peppercorns.)