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A mellow Caribbean-style curry of prawns, swordfish, yellow peppers and spring onions in a sweet tomato coconut sauce.
A Jamaican classic. The meat is slowly braised in its own juices to create the most tender pork. The potato and peppers add dimension to the dish. Serve with rice or bread.
A wonderfully flavourful versatile spicy curry with Indian and Jamaican influences. Goat or mutton is marinated overnight for depth of flavour, then slowly cooked for at least 5 hours to create truly irresistible, melt-in-the-mouth meat and a dish to warm the soul.
Jamaican goat curry is a national dish. Shows the Indian influence in Jamaica. Tasty served with rice and peas and fried plantain.
An aromatic and authentic Jamaican curry powder without chilli, which should be added separately to any dish. For authentic Jamaican flavour, Scotch Bonnet chillies are typically added to most spicy recipes. You can also use ground versions of any of the spices here, but for better flavour start with whole.
A simple curry, which is packed full of flavour. Potatoes are simmered with chicken in a Jamaican spiced curry. Enoy with peas and rice, if desired.
I would love to have an authentic story behind this dish but truth is, despite visiting the Caribbean a number of times, I first heard of and tried goat curry at Turtle Bay restaurant in Southampton. It’s all about the all-spice for me and I use quite a lot. Of course it’s just a guide so it’s worth experimenting with for your own taste. The thing I love about curry is that it always tastes better a few days later. Make a big batch for days when you’re pushed for time. Reheated food is the best fast food.
This Jamaican one-pot meal has marinated cubes of goat, flavoured with spicy chillies, curry powder and garlic, slow cooked with potatoes, onions and celery until tender.