I mentioned before that Jamaicans love corn. We used to corn to make porridge, put into soups, roasted, boiled, parched to make asham, use to make corn chowder, mixed with flour to make dumplings, and use to make a lovely drink.
Sugar cane is a big part of our culture, cultivated in Jamaica on a commercial scale for centuries. The country depends on not only the sugar from the sugarcane but also on other by-products such as rum
Key lime is called West Indian lime in Jamaica, or just lime. Jamaican used lime juice for different purposes, make lemonade, cut the rawness from fish
Macaroni mixed with corned beef is an easy dinner dish in Jamaica. Corned beef is also called bully beef in Jamaica. Bully beef can also mix with cabbage.
We are now entering into the baking season. So, lets start off with Jamaican sweet potato pie. I love sweet potato pie as well as sweet potato pudding. Sweet potato pudding is one of Jamaica’s cultural desserts
Baked potatoes are delicious and super easy to bake. However, the baking time depends on the sizes of the potatoes. This method for baking sweet potatoes also goes for Irish potatoes
This homemade turkey gravy, made from scratch with cornstarch and drippings is low in calorie but very tasty and leaving guilt free!
For many people, there’s nothing more festive than a steaming turkey. Stuff with basic turkey stuffing, then roast it