Fiery Jamaican Style Jerk Pork

Fiery Jamaican Style Jerk Pork

May 06, 2021

Jerk refers to a specific style of cooking which is native to Jamaica. Typically, pork or chicken is rubbed with a dry or wet sauce and left to marinate while the flavours develop. In this recipe, we use Scotch Bonnet chillies for a fiery pop.

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Jamaican Beef Stew

Jamaican Beef Stew

April 30, 2021

A tender, succulent and spicy beef stew. Get a taste of Jamaica with this hearty beef stew made with authentic Jamaican herbs and spices – allspice, thyme, ginger and, of course, scotch bonnet pepper. It’s a very easy, slow cook recipe and can be made ahead of time and reheated once ready to serve.

I tend to use around 2 scotch bonnet peppers in this recipe. As it requires a slow cook to make the beef juicy and tender, the scotch bonnet tends to cook out and produces a mild heat. If you’re not too sure start with 1 scotch pepper in the recipe and add more whilst it’s slow cooking. It’s absolutely delicious!

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