Here is a classic, much-beloved Jamaican dish. As usual, lamb may be substituted for goat. Note the West Indian trait of using masala without ground chile and then adding chiles to the curry. The dish is traditionally served with white rice, mango chutney, and grated coconut.
Adapted from "1,001 Best Hot And Spicy Recipes" by Dave DeWitt
Jamaican chicken curry uses jerk spice, the spice mix that makes jerk chicken so popular. Jerk is a style of cooking where the marinade or spice rub is rubbed into the meat and then cooked. The two key ingredients in this spice mix are allspice and Scotch bonnet peppers. Serve this delicious curry with rice.
This is a particularly sweet take on rum punch, however, the honey mixed with grapefruit juice makes for a tart and pleasing after taste. Bring the festivities at your next fall gathering back inside and serve this delicious rum punch recipe. This recipe is courtesy of Jon Gasparini.