Jamaican Ackee and Saltfish – Jamaica's national dish and is the quintessential Jamaican Breakfast made with ackee, salt -fish, onions, red pepper, tomatoes, infused with garlic, thyme, and hearty spices creating a tastebud celebration.
A traditional Jamaican soup dating back hundreds of years. We waste nothing and will always find creative ways when we cook with all the parts of a cow.
Today we're learning how to make Dhal Puri or some of us call it Roti! This was very complex but even though some mistakes were made along the way, it turned out amazing!
This video is dedicated to my Mother who taught me how to make this amazing dish. Simple ingredients and incredibly flavourful, I promise you will not be disappointed. Be sure to follow the above recipe on how to make Ackee and Salt-fish as this is what seasons the rice.
Once considered a poor man's food, it is now one of the most expensive. I cook it long and slow with fresh seasonings and spices either in a slow cooker or a pressure cooker.
You will be amazed on how the meat falls off the bone and how amazing it tastes!
So simple but the magic is of course in the spices! Ensure you marinate your chicken for 24 hours for maximum tenderness and flavour. Once I marinated my wings, I will brush on more seasoning and then bake (or BBQ) until crispy.
Thai Coconut Chicken Soup or "Tom Kha Gai" (Thai: ต้มข่าไก่, pronounced [tôm kʰàː kàj]) is featured in this video. A beautiful aromatic soup featuring spices that are absolutely tantalizing to the taste buds! Excellent for boosting the immune system and for those cold rainy days.
It is sugar free and is low carb (Keto) friendly.