Top Rated Jamaican Recipes

The basis for any jerk recipe, this flavorful seasoning and marinade will last in the fridge for roughly 6 to 8 weeks in an airtight container. This is a riff on a popular jerk seasoning recipe from my food blog, Chef and Steward.
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Curried Cheeseburgers With Sautéed Apple and Tomato Sauce
Add tons of heat to your cheeseburger by adding a Jamaican curry. This recipe is courtesy of Living the Gourmet.
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Curried Meat Pies
These mini meat pies are packed with all the ancestral culinary character of the Caribbean and African diaspora. This recipe by Toni Tipton-Martin appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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This deeply fragrant and flavorful curry sauce is straight from Kevol Graham of Brooklyn's KOKOMO. While the restaurant serves a version of this curry with lentil meatballs for a vegan-friendly dish, it will pair with with just about any protein you desire.This recipe is courtesy of KOKOMO.
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Slow cooking ensures that the meat, apples and sweet potatoes become tender. Browning the beef first and toasting the cumin seed add complex flavor to this hearty dish.This recipe is courtesy of McCormick.
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Algonquin Bar Punch recipe - The Daily Meal
The word "punch" is a derivative of the Hindi word "panca," which means "five." When it originated in India centuries ago, it had five ingredients: citrus juice, water, arrack (a coarse spirit made of palm tree sap), sugar and spices. When it migrated to Colonial America, arrack was replaced by rum, which was plentiful because of the molasses trade with the Caribbean, and every tavern had its signature recipe. This classic punch recipe was made famous at the Algonquin Hotel in New York City. —Susan Reimer, The Baltimore SunThis recipe was re-created by the Clover Club Bar in Brooklyn, New York, and was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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Spice-Rubbed Chicken
Jamaican spices are notoriously rich in flavor. Often it seems intimidating to try to recreate these flavors outside of a restaurant, but this recipe is quick, easy, and just as good as any restaurant. This recipes utilizes the “Sauté” and “Pressure Cook” functions of the Instant Pot, although you can make in any other multi-cooker. 35 Chicken Recipes for Busy Weeknights
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Grilled Jerk Chicken
Add more or less chile peppers to the marinade, depending on how spicy you want your chicken to be.This recipe is courtesy of The Joy Kitchen.
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