Peanut porridge is a traditional Jamaican breakfast dish, especially among Rastafarian.
Herbs and spices enhance the smell and taste of food. It is important to learn what proportions work best. Mild spices and herbs can be blended successfully, since each flavour will have a chance to come through. It is also very important not to mask a mild spice with a stronger one. In this video, I will share with you how to balance different flavour concentrations.
In Jamaica, cerasee is a very popular herb. The leaves and stem are usually boiled to make tea and taken for a number of ailments including hypertension, diabetes, parasitic worms, abdominal pains, and purging/detoxing the body and blood.
Pineapple peel drink with ginger. Don't throw away your pineapple peel; use it to make a light and refreshing drink or tea.
How to make homemade vanilla 2 ingredients Ice cream, no churn. This ice cream recipe involves no cooking at all. It is a fuss-free, rich creamy creation made with whipping cream and sweetened condensed milk.
Greens beans are also a rich source of the equally important vitamin A (notably through their concentration of carotenoids, including beta-carotene). And, as you know, when you chew on green beans they contain loads of useful fibre, which helps prevent colon cancer. In addition, green beans are packed with vitamin C, riboflavin, potassium, iron, manganese, foliate, magnesium, and thiamine.
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.
Clove have warming, antibacterial and antiseptic properties, therefore, it relieves pain, lessens nausea and prevents or relieves vomiting. 2. Clove is often used as a topical tooth and gum painkiller. Chewing on a piece of clove after meals helps remove bad breath. 3. Clove has great preventative valve for a number of disorders. For example, it discourages blood platelet clumping, which is associated with cardiovascular disease.