Get your taste buds going with a Caribbean style jerk chicken that makes your taste buds explode with flavor! Brown sugar, lime juice, and habanero peppers resonate images of juicy and tender chicken roasting over hot coals. It’s a dish that truly reminds you of the Caribbean’s history where allspice, thyme, cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger meet to create chicken that make you lick your fingers with glee. Served with your choice of Caribbean Rice and Peas or Jamaican Rice and Peas.
Red wine vinegar
Caribbean Rice and Peas
Have this dish as a side or as a whole meal! With jerk seasoning simmered with tomatoes and black-eyed peas, it’s sure to warm up the belly without weighing you down. Collard greens and long grain rice collaborate to bring the turkey kielbasa to life and provide a healthy meal. A wholesome and healthy dish, Caribbean Rice and Peas is the way to go when choosing a midday meal that keeps you going all day. Topped with jalapeno to put a kick in your step.
Extra virgin olive oil
Long grain brown rice
Jamaican Rice and Peas
Don’t let the title fool you, many islanders refer to kidney beans as “peas”. It’s similar to traditional rice and beans but with Caribbean jazz. Simmered with coconut cream and traditional Caribbean spice, the brown sugared rice with a kick of habanero is anything but traditional. White onions and scallions make it stand on point and remind you of a backyard BBQ. This dish is traditionally served with Jerk Chicken.
Salt and pepper
Long grain rice
Caribbean Curried Chicken
Enjoy a savory curry that reminds you of the islands! Chicken is slow-simmered in curry sauce to allow for mouth-watering and tender chicken. Keeping with local tradition, this is a spice-lovers dream and wonderful for a breezy day. It is topped with heated habanero to add sweet spiciness that compliments the roasted thyme and scallion. It is finished with fresh cilantro.
Salt and pepper
Jazz up your pasta with a little Rasta! This penne pasta dish is so good that meat is the side. Sweet bell peppers sautéed with coconut milk produce a red and creamy sauce. Toss in the jerk seasoning for the chicken and shrimp and you have yourself a meal you soon won’t forget. Please note this dish can be made with 1, 2 or without meat.
Yellow or orange pepper
Brown Stewed Chicken
Walk into the exotic with Brown Stewed Chicken! Whole chicken stewed in a soup pot of tomatoes, carrots, scallions, peppers, lime juice, soy sauce, and spices, this is a dish for the whole family. Eaten throughout the English-speaking islands of the Caribbean, this dish is inspired by the chicken marinade slow-cooked with time honored vegetables to make a rich stew.
Lamb Fried Rice
Why try to fix something that’s already perfect? With Lamb Fried Rice, you can enjoy the traditional fried rice but with juicy lamb that is to die for! Starting with basmati rice, it’s pan-fried with green beans, cilantro, scallions, and Worchester sauce till it’s golden brown. But it’s the black pepper, paprika, and mushroom soy sauce that make it what it is. Shredded cabbage and cucumbers added for garnish.
Soy sauce (low sodium)
Cabbage and cucumbers for garnish
Salt to taste
Ackee and Saltfish
Take a bite out of Jamaica with Ackee and Saltfish! Traditionally served with plantains and fruit bread, ackee is the national fruit of Jamaica and acts as a food staple throughout the country. Add some salt fish and you have a dish. But don’t let the name fool you. The salt fish is really just a traditional white fish that takes on the name for traditional purposes. Pan seared with peppers and tomatoes, let this tradition blow you away as you travel through the history of Jamaica.