A cool, tropical cocktail for those summer nights when you want to pretend you're in the Caribbean!
OK, it's not entirely authentic but it's a good version to make with store-cupboard ingredients. Serve with cooked chicken, rice or tortillas, salad greens, sliced avocado and chopped tomatoes round out this fresh tasting meal.
For best results - prepare and marinade chicken or beef a day ahead.
Here's a simple recipe for making tortilla crisps at home.
This is a West Indian marinade that's been used for generations. It's best suited for fish and game, but I also like it on chicken and pork. Make sure you adjust the amount of chillies to your taste. Also, I sometimes replace the orange juice with marmalade for a sweeter marinade.
Rum goodness – this is the original Zombie - it removes the ability to walk from the waist down
This creamy coconut and rum libation is a national tradition in Puerto Rico - a quintessential Christmas drink.
The perfect coffee drink after a meal. This twist on an Irish coffee uses dark rum instead of whisky. If you fancy a sweeter drink, add sugar to taste.
This is my husband's secret recipe. We always serve this to our favourite friends. A very straightforward and authentic margarita with no added sugar.
Jamaican goat curry is a national dish. Shows the Indian influence in Jamaica. Tasty served with rice and peas and fried plantain.