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How to Cook Jamaican Cookbook 1: Authentic Fish & Meat Recipes (The Back to the Kitchen Cookbook Series) Kimberly McBee

How to Cook Jamaican Cookbook 1: Authentic Fish & Meat Recipes (The Back to the Kitchen Cookbook Series)

Kimberly McBee

Published October 25th 2013
ISBN :
Kindle Edition
182 pages
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This book has 40 favorite fish & meat recipes plus 10 BONUS side dish recipes for cooks who want to incorporate real Jamaican cooking into their cooking repertoire. See some pictures of finished dishes, in-stage cooking pictures or ingredientMoreThis book has 40 favorite fish & meat recipes plus 10 BONUS side dish recipes for cooks who want to incorporate real Jamaican cooking into their cooking repertoire. See some pictures of finished dishes, in-stage cooking pictures or ingredient pictures- all to help you become more comfortable with the dishes you will prepare. Learn to cook popular dishes like:-Ackee & salt fish-Mackerel run down-Jerk chicken-Curry goat-Escoveitch fish-Oxtail and beansIn this book I will teach you how to make coconut milk from scratch and how to fry chicken skin to obtain the tastiest oil to cook your brown stew chicken just like grandma taught me.It is almost a travesty to eat curry chicken without roti and so we have both recipes for you. And, what would a Jamaican cookbook be without rice and peas? I show you how to cook that Jamaican favorite side dish along with how to fry ripe plantains to complement your meal.For those home cooks pressed for time, I have quick meals for you like corned beef and cabbage, salt fish and butter bean and salt fish and callaloo. See that you can cook Jamaican without spending a long time in the kitchen. I also have newer Jamaican dishes like our Jamaica Me Drunk chicken with Red Stripe beer, our chicken breast stuffed with callaloo or our coconut crusted chicken tenders.For those who can’t go to Hellshire beach for festivals, I have brought this festival recipe to you. Festival is similar to a fried johnny cake and is a favorite among Jamaicans and guests alike. Learn also how to fry the Jamaican cassava flatbread-bammy. Believe me, you are in for tasty treats to accompany your fish and chicken dishes.Other recipes for you to try or buy this book for your friends to try include:-Chicken in Guava Pineapple- Ginger Sauce-Jamaican Fricassee Chicken-Jumping Jehoshaphat Jerk Chicken Kebabs-Sunny Jerk Chicken Burgers with Mango Glaze-Hearty Jamaican Stew PeasBuy this cookbook for your Kindle library today and gift one to a friend or co-worker you know wants to learn Jamaican cooking. A great gift for your non-Jamaican partner to learn to cook the Jamaican meals you remember and love. And if you see something new in the recipe list, then its time try a new Jamaican dish. Get your copy today. Jamaican cuisine awaits.